>The biggest difference between the E995 and the D600 is >CONTROL. The E995 could be controlled, but it was slow and a >hassle. Manual control of the D600 is quick and easy.
And yet SCORES of photographers say the D600 has very few manual controls. It's a matter of perspective. Those coming from an F4/F5 or a D3/D3s, or even a D700 are correct. Those coming from a Coolpix...well their perspective is different.
>The point at which we can say we have enough Mpx is here.
Entirely subjective, and as far as I am concerned (and many others are concerned) we're not even close. As long as people still need to do stitching, we do not yet have enough megapixels.
>If >you think 36Mpx benfits you, buy a D800. If not, there is a >whole range of great cameras which are cheaper, and produce >great pictures.
This is entirely true.
>Nikon nor anyone else has figured out how to to automate a >camera to go into AnselAdams mode or to turn on the >ElliotPorter effects. That day is a long way off. I don't >think I'll ever see that.
Maybe. Maybe not. But it's certainly not going to happen anytime soon.