Rather the D600 is priced so close to the D800, I am wondering if I would be better to Pay the extra £300 and take the D800?
As I mentioned in my second post, if the D600 was closer to being £500 or more cheaper; then the D600 would be the winner.
>Honestly, if $ is an issue, Now might just be the time to >grab a used D700. The grip and batteries from your D300 will >work with it and the prices are really going down with >everyone upgrading. There is a listing on our local >Craigslist for a decent looking D700 for $1400 US. That's a >pretty sweet deal, and I suspect it's not the lowest it will >go. Yes, it's an older design/sensor, but what a camera it >is! > >Any of Nikon's FX cameras will make you smile, though. >(assuming there's no major screwup with the D600...) > >Welcome to the board. It's a great one.