Last year Nikon launched the D600, a full-frame DSLR with a pricetag that didn’t require you to sell your kids to be able to afford it. Now, they have launched the new D610, that features some minor improvements over its predecessor.
One of the new features is a quiet, continuous shutter mode, that allows photographers to shoot discreetly at 3fps in burst mode. Nikon has also improved the white balance on the D610 over its predecessor and it now captures more natural colors than before. Lastly, the speed and performance has also been improved and the D610 is now faster, allowing it to capture at around 6fps in burst mode.
Other than that the D610 is similar to the D600, with the same 24 megapixel full-frame sensor, ISO 100 – 6400 range (can be boosted to 25,600), 39-point auto-focus system, 100 percent frame coverage, 3.2-inch, 921k dot LCD, 1080p30 video recording and dual SD card slots.
The D610 will be available in body-only configuration for $1,999.95 and with AF-S NIKKOR 24-85MM F/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens for $2,599.95 (BHD 960) starting late October.