Filed Under: Digital Cameras
I want to upgrade my Nikon D7000 DSLR, I want to experience capturing moments with a full-frame camera. But my problem is the price, it’s too hard for me to spend more than $2500 to have such camera. I have been waiting for a cheaper full-frame DSLR camera for some times. I don’t know whether the new Nikon D600 is the answer or not, but it offers a new way to experience full-frame camera without breaking our pocket too much. When Nikon announced its new D800 moths ago, I was so excited, but I could not afford the $3000 price tag.
Nikon D600 comes with a full frame FX-format sensor (35.9 x 24mm) and EXPEED 3 image processing engine. It offers ISO range from 100-6400 (expandable from 50-25,600), thank to the new CMOS sensor. With prices set at $2,099.95 (MSRP), the D600 features a 39 point AF system with the new MultiCAM 4800FX AF module that offers precise AF performance in any conditions. And as stated by the company, this new camera is able to take bursts of images at 5.5 frames per second (fps) at full resolution with full AF.
â€śFor many, image making is so much more than a hobby; it is a way of life that changes the way the world is perceived. The Nikon D600 represents a new category of camera for this user and demonstrates Nikonâ€™s devotion to the passionate photographer who is always looking for new ways to express their creativity through their photos and HD videos,â€ť said Bo Kajiwara, Vice President of Marketing, Planning and Customer Experience, Nikon Inc. â€śBy offering users the advanced FX-format and key features inherited from our professional cameras, along with new functions like optional wireless capabilities, Nikon is inspiring photographers by providing an imaging experience that satisfies like never before.â€ś