What are you looking to gain or benefit from trading the D600/D800 combo for either a D3s for a D4. Also how do you plan on using the D3s/D4. If going to the D3s, your down grading to first generation FX sensor technology and giving up better HI ISO IQ. Your better of keeping the D800 and getting the D4 or keep the D600 and get the D4. Charlie
I have had two D3 cameras and 12 MegaPixels is more than enough for my Event Photography. The D3s is supposed to still be the High ISO king and will probably remain so for a long time. I agree that the D4 is otherwise superior and near as good at high ISO but the cost difference used is significant and I am sure the D4 will lose value faster than the D3s.
>Roger - are you selling your 50mm f1.8G? > >Regards,Glenn <<<
Yes, I think I have owned or tried every "Nifty Fifty" ever made for Nikon mount. Although I like this one best, I just find it impractical to zoom with my feet. If I do not sell it, it will sit on the shelf like the rest did.
Roger, Good luck with your search for a D3S. You won't regret "downgrading" to this pro body with a first generation FX sensor. The D3S can't be beat in low light situations. The D3S is the finest camera I've ever owned.
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>Roger, >Good luck with your search for a D3S. You won't regret >"downgrading" to this pro body with a first >generation FX sensor. The D3S can't be beat in low light >situations. The D3S is the finest camera I've ever owned. > >Regards...JL
I couldn't agree more. The D3s is a superb camera and is hardly a "downgrade". I gave up my D600 after getting my hands on a D3s. It may be first generation sensor technology but its one heck of a sensor. Everyone who's owned this bad boy seems to agree it's one sweet camera. Good luck with your search, Roger.