And on the flipside, there are those of us who DO want that many megapixels or more (I'll take 100 if it's on offer) and who are not "blown away" by the D4. Though it is very good/
And contrary to expectations, the D600 is not worse in ISO than the D4, in fact edges it out just a bit from reports. As does the D800. And it's significantly better when printing or delivering to the same SIZE as the D4 due to resampling.
>Personally I don't have a need or want for that many MP's. >I'm also blown away from the performance of the D4, its like >driving a race car compared to my D300 and D200. I truly get >excited every time I shoot, its an incredible tool. > >Also I would expect low light performance to decrease >slightly, the D3X was not a low light performer compared to >the D3 and D3S. But if you spent most of your time in a studio >or have control of you light it may be better for you. But >theres no way to know, the D800 seems to have very good low >light performance, though not as good as a D4.. > >Best of luck