>I hear the D600 is calling my name as well, but I'm >resisting. Moving from the D7000 to the D600 will give me more >capability, not skill. Poor exposure or composition on the >D600 won't look much better than on the D7000. I'll just wind >up with larger file sizes.
I heard it too, even to the point of handling one at a camera store. But it was not financially feasible, therefore not logical to think about moving to. And I am not going to listen to that siren call. Common sense spoke in my other ear and agrees with what you say.
>Consider upgrading your lenses first. I'll go to a D600 or >other FX body at some point, but am investing in good FX glass >first. That way the transition won't be so financially >brutal.
Lenses can generally give you >an easier step up in the IQ of your photographs than a more >expensive camera.
Can you give me another amen?
>If you're at a point where you feel your skills can take >advantage of the additional capabilities of a FX camera, go >for it.