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"RE: Nikon D600. For what we paid?"
He means setting the shooting mode to AUTO and letting the camera try and give you better results.Personally, and as others have alluded to, I think your rather unorthodox manual/auto exposure method of shooting, is a contributing factor.If you were shooting at particular settings to test the lens then I don't think you should take this as indicative of the performance of the lens or the D600.In the same situation - long lens, moving people, head shots, I would have selected Shutter Priority, set at a minimum 1/250.-Dean