>So if you are above an entry level photographer then I see no >need for this D600, if you are looking for a light weight >camera then I am sure the upcoming D400 will be a much much >better option. >Is having an FX sensor that important then to buy an entry >level FX camera rather than a semi pro DX camera ? >
Despite the marketing labels and price tags I have to respectfully disagree with the notion that the camera makes the photographer. There are countless examples of outstanding images made using the most basic of tools. I for one certainly don't judge the quality of my work by the camera I shoot. I always keep an entry-level body in my kit because I carry my camera gear far into the backcountry and a lower end body is a premium in weight saving.
If a label is to be applied I'd put myself firmly in the semi-pro camp and I'm all over the specs of the D600. An affordable, lighter weight FX body is going to be a far better compliment to my line up than another DX body.
FWIW my money is on the D300 replacement being a D7200 or D8000. I think the DX00 series will henceforth be FX and the DX line up DX000