The quality of the enlargements are amazing. I gave it 4 stars and not 5 ...
Neville D., Amazon
16 October 2014
Summary: The quality of the enlargements are amazing. I gave it 4 stars and not 5 because right from day 1 there were what looked like oil spots on the sensor. These can be taken out quite easily during editing but they should not be there on a new product.
Summary: This camera is not designed for the amateur. It replaces my D200 which I really liked except for it's 10MP DX sensor. The FX (so-called "full frame") sensor allows me to use lenses designed to work on later model Nikon 35mm cameras without any focal length conversions.
Summary: It's been a month since I purchased the Nikon D600 w/24-85 directly from Amazon on a "lightning deal" offered by them. Almost immediately, within 250 shots, all kinds of crud began showing up and not moving on the sensor?
Highly recommended. I didn't notice the dust issue.
16 February 2014
Summary: The body is well built. Controls and buttons are quite different from what I was used to in my D7000 and not as organised, though I liked the fact that Nikon locked the top mode switch as before it used to change easily by himself..
Summary: This is a great value for a full frame camera. Functionally it works extremely well. If you are worried about the dust issue, I will say that yes it will probably happen to you. I bought a refurbished model and it still happened to me.
Summary: I must say that I was very reluctant to buy a D600 24-85 Kit. I did because the price came down so much on recent deal. I sold the lens as I had no need for it. So my D600 pretty much only set me back around $1270. Not bad :-) I've shot 2 events so far 3 photo treks totaling about 7500 photos.
Summary: Expect no less from Nikon DSLR especially a under 2000 dollar full frame! overall I would keep this camera with me forever. no intention of selling it or whatsoever. one flaw i must have to point out is the oil spot on sensor! after around 500 shots you will notice.
Summary: Camera and 28-300 lens work to my satisfaction and have taken some wonderful wildlife shots so far. Can't wait to get outside and work with it. The camera has more features that I need to work with compared to my D90 and D300 and I am sure it will be a handy tool for my photo taking enjoyment.
Summary: I think this camera is definitely worth the money
Pros: I have had my D600 for a couple of months now., Just a few observations, I bought it as a backup for my D700 but after a few day of shooting the D700 is now the backup., I like image quality; It is lighter than my D700. The ISO performance is great, it has a remote sensor on the back as well as t...
Cons: What’s not so good for me., With 25-39 Meg raw files it takes a long time to upload to the computer, I would prefer CF cards instead of SD I think they are faster., Controls are very different than the D700 still getting used to that., I miss the focus lock no the back of the camera near the main...