Here's a last in camera time lapse with the Nikon D600 before the end of my review.
I managed to squeak 1/40th second with a 3 stop ND filter. This really shows the benefits of in camera time lapse rather than taking a series of stills with an intervalometer for a 32 second clip.
Taking stills = 32 seconds, 30 frames per second playback, 1 frame per second shooting = 960 images = around 6Gb storage at a medium file size
Taking in camera time lapse = 1 .mov file = 84Mb
However, the disadvantage is that you are not able to make exposure adjustments in post production, add effects like tilt shift effect or clean dust bunnies. You're stuck with 16:9 as well.
Anyway, here's the file: