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Thu 09-May-13 10:48 AM

The D800E provides the ultimate level of resolution on an FX body. The D800 provides excellent resolution - with a difference that is hard to observe, but a benefit when it comes to video.

The D600 should be part of your mix. It also is a full frame body, and provides similar resolution to the D800 in a smaller form factor and lower price.

Without high quality FX lenses, you'd be hard pressed to get a benefit from the D800E. The D800/E have some benefits in terms of AF, controls, etc, but the D600 is still a good camera.


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