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[* black] ''Starboard, ho!'' The right side of the device sports nothing noteworthy. It contains the typical two SDdual SD card slotsslots, on par with other higher-end cameras, that support SD, SDHC, and SDXC formats. It does not support compact flash, though, most likely based on the decision to keep the D600 as small as possible.
[* black] ''Starboard, ho!'' The right side of the device sports nothing noteworthy. It contains the typical two SDdual SD card slotsslots, on par with other higher-end cameras, that support SD, SDHC, and SDXC formats. It does not support compact flash, though, most likely based on the decision to keep the D600 as small as possible.
[* black] Some more inspection of the D600 confirms that, externally, it looks almost identical to the D7000.
[* black] Do not get the two cameras confused, though. They may look the same on the outside, but the full frame (35.9mm x 24.0mm) sensor in the D600 will certainly raise the bar as far as photo quality goes.
[* black] We've spotted a difference! The exposure mode selection dial atop the D600 has a lock button in its center. Say 'so long' to accidental dial turns!