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Nikon D610
Mark Peters : October 12th 2013 - 13:30 CET
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NikonNikon D610 Full-Frame digital SLR camera : Nikon introduces the latest addition to its popular line-up of FX format cameras, the Nikon D610. An exciting option for those who are ready to take the next step in their photographic journey, this 24.3 Megapixel Digital SLR camera allows keen photographers to develop their skills, and define their style whilst enjoying the superior image quality that come with the FX-format sensor. Full frame, full detail, full freedom: The 24.3-megapixel FX-format image sensor captures every detail with lifelike sharpness, and continuous shooting speeds have increased to 6 frames-per-second (as compared to the camera’s predecessor, the Nikon D600).

Nikon D610

Nikon D610 features
For those ready to take their photography to the next level, the D610’s 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor will open up new worlds of photographic depth and detail. From true wide-angle to super telephoto, the sensor captures every element with lifelike sharpness at up to 6 fps. Offering outstanding levels of detail and tonal range, plus superb low-light capability, the Nikon D610 camera captures images that are sharp, and video quality is impressive even at higher ISO settings. The ISO range goes from 100-6400, and is extendable up to 25,600 (equivalent) or down to 50 (equivalent) for maximum flexibility in all lighting conditions, whether shooting still images or video. The Nikon D610 is a great option to explore new realms of creativity through the kind of image quality that only the FX format can offer.

D610

Nikon D610 prices
The Nikon D610 price is set at $2,000 USD (Nikon D610 body only). Prices may vary from country to country. The Nikon camera will be available for retail in late October 2013, and can also been purchased in several kit versions. Visit the Nikon Imaging website for additional product information and availability of optional D610 accessories or download the Nikon D610 brochure.

Nikon D610 review

Nikon D610 review
As soon as we receive a test sample, we will put this Full-Frame camera to the test and publish an in-depth Nikon D610 review including high resolution photo gallery and Full HD test videos.

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