This week, Nikon officially announced the new Nikon D600 DSLR. The big buzz on the D600 is that it has a full frame sensor…and it’s priced at only $2,100 USD, which is quite a discount when compared to similar full frame DSLR cameras.
Some highlights of the Nikon D600 include:
– 24.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor
– EXPEED 3 Processor
-Weather resistant body
– 3.2″ LCD Monitor
– 1080p HD Video Capture
– 100-6400 ISO – Expandable to 50-25600
– 5.5 fps Continuous Shooting
– 39 Wide-Area AF Focus Points
– Wi-Fi Connectivity with Optional Adapter
A very cool tech addition to the camera is that it is able to handle wireless transfers. A widgit is plugged into the D600’s USB port and it is able to communicate through a mobile device with assistance from an Android app. (an iso app is on the way!)
On the video side of things, the camera shoots full 1080p HD video with selectable frame rates of 30p, 25p or 24p and MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 compression. The D600 also has full-time AF with face-priority and subject tracking, and dedicated inputs for a stereo mic and headphones.
All in all, the Nikon D600 looks like it is going to give other full frame DSLRs a run for their money….literally! Is this the beginning of a full frame DSLR price war? We will see!
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