Thank you very much for the info. If I might ask a couple other comparison questions, since I haven't found anyone yet who has used both.
Given my primary paid photography genre is horse events (rodeos, cutting horse shows, etc.), how would you compare the two for AF tracking of fast moving subjects?
Surprisingly, this just occurred to me...I have learned I can get what I need 80% of the time with 1 shot or 6fps, it does no good if the camera cannot track the subject well, especially in less than ideal light ( think covered arena lit with sodium lights, using strobes for the actual image)
I know the area covered with the AF points is smaller in the D600. Can you comment on how the AF area size difference affects your photography, if at all? What about the 9 v 15 cross-point sensor difference?
Thanks in advance for any additional input you MIT be able to offer.