To cut the story short, i just started photography and have been trying vigorously to learn about photography. I've just bought myself a D600 and realised that the shots taken are usually very overexposed. This is even more obvious during a sunny day. Sometimes, my subject that's under strong lighting gets overexposed as well. I will upload some shots soon. I shoot in manual setting, auto ISO, average/center exposure metering(these 2 doesn't really make much difference), and i control only my aperture and shutter speed. I used this settings as it's easier for me to start out and get used to the ISO/aperture/shutter speed ratio before going manual ISO.
There have been some complains saying that nikon d600/d800/d7000 tends to overexpose their shots. I've only read this after buying my D600. Should i have gone over to canon? :/