Roger Cicala over a Lens Rentals, who initially brought to the D600 sensor-spot problems to the forefront, has evaluated several Nikon D610 bodies using the same testing methods. The initial conclusion is the the new shutter in the D610 has, in fact, solved the problem that plagued the D600.
Of course, Nikon has never acknowledged a problem with the D600. It just introduced the D610 a year later that is virtually the same camera with the new shutter mechanism. You can read Roger Cicala’s full report here at Lens Rentals.
ebay (via Roberts Camera) has the Nikon D600 refurbished for $1325 with free shipping. Check it out here on ebay.
Adorama has the Nikon D600 with the 24-85mm VR kit lens for $1899 (reg. $2696). Check it out here at Adorama.
Note that you must use the above link to see the deal price. Otherwise, it is $2296.
I figured we would see this soon. Adorama has a deal on the Nikon D600 with the 24-85mm VR lens for $1929.95 (reg. $2696.95). Check it out here at Adorama.
Also, if you just want the body, the D600 is available for $1679 here at Adorama (reg. $2096.95).
These are new (not refurbished) units. No word on how long these deals will last.
Note that you have to use the above links to see the deal price. Otherwise, it’s $2296.95 for the kit and $1896.95 for the body if you look it up on the site.
B&H has the Nikon D600 refurbished for $1549 (compare to $1999 new). Check it out here at B&H Photo.
Nikon’s stackable rebates are back with the D7100 and 8 other Nikon DSLRs, 29 lenses, 2 speedlights and 2 teleconverters all eligible for big instant rebates. These instant rebates are valid through September 28. Check them all out here at B&H Photo.