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I have both the D800E and D600. Both represent good value - you get additional features and function for the price differential.If you have high demands for AF, the D800 is better and shares the AF system of the D4. The D600 has the same AF system, but it is implemented with fewer cross sensors and lower performance. The D600 is a little smaller - but still fits well in the hand. It's better than the D7000 body size. The D800 is about the same as the D300s. The D800 balances a little better with f/2.8 glass.The controls are a little more accessible and more intuitive on the D800, but you'll get used to either camera. They are not that hard to move back and forth. The D600 is a nice step up from the D300s and leaves you with extra money for a lens upgrade. Eric BowlesNikonians TeamMy GalleryFall Workshops - Golf Photography at the Tour Championship and Fall Color in the SmokiesNikonians membership — my most important photographic investment, after the camera