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ergonomics and 'going pro'

DSW90049

Los Angeles, US
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"RE: ergonomics and 'going pro'"

DSW90049 Registered since 11th Feb 2012
Sun 14-Oct-12 02:54 PM

My hands are not particularly large, and for me, the D600 is just the right size and ergonomics for my amateur use. Pro's have different considerations.

I went from D70->D5100->D7000->D600 and there is a very familiar feel throughout

I am delighted with the D600 and it's amazing picture quality, low light performance, bigger viewfinder and the whole FX transition, though you had better invest in some good glass to with your D600, because you will notice.

Visit my Nikonians gallery.

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