There have been rumours knocking around that suggest Nikon's great D600 DSLR suffers from excessive sensor dust. This time-lapse goes a long way in proving them true.
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Earlier this year, we fell in love with the Nikon D800. How could you not? It's a 36.6-megapixel hulk of a professional camera. But not everyone has $3500 to spend on a camera. The Nikon D600 sounds like an ideal compromise: the camera you can still afford with many of the professional specs you want.
For a lot of people, a professional DSLR like the Nikon D800 is something you dream about but can't afford. The new full-frame Nikon D600 is $US800 cheaper than the D800 and packs many of its big brother's features. Yes, you, the non-professional should be very excited.
Tales of entry-level full-frame DSLRs have been circulating for a while now. Could we now have concrete proof that we will finally see one of these affordable beauties from Nikon?
Nikon Rumors has people telling them that the heir apparent to the Nikon D700 — the full frame DSLR that went toe-to-toe with the Canon 5D MK II — could arrive in coming weeks and will be called the Nikon D600. Next to no specs were offered up by this anonymous source, except that it will be an "entry level" full-frame camera with dual SD card slots, auto DX crop and baked in support for RAW editing and time-lapse creation.