>> >>In the case of the chipset in the D600, it is driven by >the >>clockrate, in Mhz, and pinout, of the chipset. >> > >All of which means diddly to me.... it's all Greek.
I understand not all people speak the language of tech or have a background that helps them understand how equipment works.
All my previous post really means is the SD I/O chip in the D600 has fixed performance parameters. Nikon did not make the chip, they sourced it and used it in their design.
Now, considering the D600 was designed and prototyped and tested and its specifications locked down well before introduction, it makes sense that the components might not match the performance capabilities of the latest memory cards.
"Extraordinary claims require extraordinary proof " - Carl Sagan