Nikon has officially announced a Nikon D610 price tag and spec sheet. A successor or a clone to the popular ‘entry-level full frame’ Nikon D600, the Nikon D610 release date is set for 18 October 2013. It has improved burst mode and auto white balance.
Nikon’s new D610, its latest “entry level” FX-format (full frame) DSLR camera is ready to step up your photography game to a full-frame (35mm) sensor (which is larger than the APS-C crop sensor found in compact DSLRs, produces better image quality, and handles wide angles better.
With all new shutter mechanism which supposedly fixes the dust/oil spots, as well as a few other upgraded specifications, like better image quality, higher fps rate, etc. it will start shipping on October 18, 2013.
It comes with an updated AWB algorithm, which aims at providing end users better results when shooting with mock lighting, as well as the ability to capture more innate skin tones. The new AWB, with the incorporation of contrast information, will also give face a more three-dimensional look.
The attributes are as a 24.3MP full frame sensor, an ISO range of 100-6400, 39 AF points with 9 cross type, 100% viewfinder coverage, HD video recording, a 3.2-inch 921K-dot LCD screen, and dimensions of 141x113x82mm.
The D610 will be available in four kits. The body-only kit will retail for $1999.99, while adding a 24-85mm F3.5-4.5G ED VR lens brings the price up to $2599.99.
Over all it can be called as we may simply be seeing a re-release of the D600 with a fixed/improved shutter assembly.