Thursday, October 4, 2012

Nikon announced the D600 full frame camera a couple of weeks back. This is not a review of this camera because, well, I haven’t even held one. This is an informative post. The D600 seems to be a bit of a new direction for Nikon. It is a more economical way to break into a full frame camera coming in at $2,100.00. The next closest product with similar features is the D800 which costs $3000.00. You could buy a decent lens for that price difference.

 Anyway, this is something to consider if you are looking for a new camera and this is within your budget.

Here are the basic specs on the D600 and they do look rather impressive given the price point and that it is a full frame camera.

24.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor
EXPEED 3 Processor
3.2” LCD Monitor
1080p HD Video Capture
100-6400 Native ISO
5.5 frames per second Continuous Shooting
39 Wide-Area AF Focus Points
Stereo Mic & Headphones inputs
i-TTL Flash compatable
Wi-Fi Connectivity with an Optional Adapter

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