Although the Nikon D600 looks a lot like a standard DSLR,
it’s a bit special. It uses a full-frame sensor, much larger than the APS-C
size sensor used in most DSLR cameras. A full-frame jobbie supplies unbeatable
low light performance and overall detail. The Nikon D600 manages to pack this
sensor in at a very reasonable price too. Available for under £1500 body-only,
it’s actually not too terrifying an outlay for those obsessed enough
photography to make use of a high-powered camera like this.
Read the full Nikon D600 review