With the D610, Nikon Tries to Make Up for the Flawed D600

Nikon D610 Front

Nikon today announced the D610, their latest entry-level full-frame (FX-format) DSLR, which succeeds the popular but flawed D600. With the D610, Nikon apparently tries to make up for the spotty sensor issue that befell many D600 models. We reported about the issue a while back, and it seems as though the shutter mechanism of the D600 was the culprit. The D610 comes with a new shutter that (hopefully) doesn’t exhibit the issue and is also a bit faster, providing 6 fps continuous shooting vs. the D600’s 5.5 fps. In addition, Nikon added a quiet continuous shooting mode as well as the D800’s weather sealing. Head past the break for the full specs.

Nikon D610 Specs

  • 24 megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor
  • Expeed 3 image processor
  • ISO 100-6,400 in 1, 1/2 and 1/3 EV steps, low ISO 50 and high ISO 25,600 options
  • 39 AF points for single point, continuous, dynamic and 3D autofocus
  • Contrast autofocus via live-view
  • 2,016 pixel RGB matrix metering sensor
  • 6 fps continuous shooting, 3 fps quiet continuous shooting
  • 0.7x magnification 100% coverage pentaprism viewfinder
  • 3.2″ 920k dot rear LCD display
  • 30 sec. to 1/4000 sec. shutter speeds
  • 1/200 sec. flash sync
  • Full-HD 1080/24p/25p/30p/60i video recording

The Nikon D610 will be available in late October 2013 for US-$ 1,999.95 body-only. It can be pre-ordered at Adorama and B&H Photo.

Additional Images

Nikon D610 Front Slanted Nikon D610 Top Nikon D610 Left Nikon D610 Rear Slanted


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