>>The max shutter speed is more crucial for shooting >outdoors >>in bright light with fast glass. I have run into a wall >when >>shooting at f2.8 or larger and the shutter speed can only >go >>to 1/8000 and I get an over exposed image. I have to >close my >>aperture. You will run into this situation more >frequently >>when you are limited to 1/4000. > >I have shoot in bright day light with my 50mm f/1.2 wide open, >the trick is to put a neutral density filter to allow slower >shutter speed. > >I can't really decide between the D600 or D800. To me the $900 >is a small amount considering it'll be an investment that >should last for at least 3 years. At $300 a year, I'm so >inclined to take the D800 for the better AF. However, a >computer upgrade is guaranteed if I choose the D800 which >would be another $1500! > >Steven
Well here in the uk, the price differential between the two is only £300!!
But yes the file sizes is another issue, with the D800 modern Laptops and mid gaming spec Pcs will be required I am sure