Nikon D600 review
Value & Verdict
Nikon D600 review - Value
It's still a serious investment for anyone considering buying one, but when you consider just over a year ago and a 24MP full-frame Nikon DSLR would have set you back over £5000, the price of the D600 looks remarkable. Not only that, but it's priced very competitively with Canon's recently announced 20MP EOS 6D full-frame DSLR.
Nikon D600 review - Verdict
For many photographers, Nikon has it the sweet spot with the D600 - a perfect blend of size, image quality, performance and price.
Virtually identical in size to the D7000, the D600 is noticeably smaller than any other full-frame DSLR we've seen, yet still feels well-made and comfortable to hold.
The full-frame chip that they've managed to squeeze into it delivers excellent results, with the level of detail, noise performance and colour reproduction really impressing.
It handles nicely too - controls are easy to access and the menu system clear and concise, while key areas such as the AF delivers the goods.
Add to that the price and the Nikon D600 is the camera many enthusiasts have been waiting for.