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Late Model D600 Question

OldNavy609

Albuquerque, US
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OldNavy609 Registered since 07th Feb 2012
Tue 22-Oct-13 11:34 PM

Now that Nikon has introduced the D610 and the price of the D600 is dropping considerably, I have a question about the later manufactured D600. Has Nikon solved the problem with oil, etc. on the sensor? I own a D3200 and D7000, and love them both, but would really enjoy going to FX. Secondly, if Nikon hasn't solved the problem, would you recommend just waiting for the D800(e) to come down in price? I am retired, and funds are somewhat limited. (My film cameras keep me broke, haha). In any event, I will eventually go to FX, even if it means waiting to purchase the "right" camera (a D600 now or D610/D800 later down the road).

Thanks for any advice and good shooting,
Lee

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