Originally Posted by nachtflug
I know a lot of people don't care for him and I have no opinion either way. I don't donate..
I'm just interested in information and it's a source. he does raise some interesting points in that little write up by him comparing the 3 though.
Originally Posted by CRP6001
I don't always agree with Ken Rockwell. He more or less admits to being full of crap.
I have a D600 with MB-D14, and I do share his enthusiasm for the camera. The D600
works great with the AI, AIS, and AI converted lenses I typically use. I have a 300 F4 AF
from 1988, but I haven't used it yet, so I have no opinion on the Auto Focus capabilities
of the camera. Kai Wong, on DigitalRev, reviewed the D600 and thought it had trouble
focusing on fighters in a dimly lit gym. CRP
The D600 as an entry level camera is very, very good. Sony made the sensor and its as good as it gets. Sure its does not have some of the niceties of the pro bodies but for entry level its an excellent contender. Forget Ken and Kai and their wheel barrows. Its an entry level body and a bloody good one.
It does lack some sealing but everything else screams buy me.