• January 24, 2014

Nikon D610, analysis

More than a year after presenting the D600, Nikon has decided to update this model and release the Nikon D610. The camera we once called the “Full Frame for everyone” has been given a few new tools and tricks and, more importantly, the spots in the sensor have been taken care of. Aside from this detail, the D600 is a fan-favorite thanks to its excellent performance, something we’re also expecting from the Nikon D610.

Nikon D610

We could test it for a few days to analyze every detail about this SLR camera that can easily be considered a professional camera, but it’s actually designed for beginners who want to get into Nikon’s Full Frame cameras.

Nikon D610

Before reviewing the most important features, let’s briefly take a look at its main specs. Let’s start with the 24.3-megapixel FX sensor with a native ISO range of 100-6400. It also features a new shutter system capable of increasing the burst mode to 6 FPS and a silent burst mode of 3 FPS. Of course, you can replace the shutter to take care of the spots the D600 suffered from. So Nikon not only solved every issue, but also worked to offer something even better.