Nikon D610

  |   by DigitalCameraReview Staff

The D610 shares the same 24 megapixel FX CMOS sensor as the D600, with essentially the same body, features and options. The new shutter mechanism shoots at 6 FPS, where the D600 was 5.5 FPS. The D610 also has a quiet mode for the shutter, and it is noticeably quieter than the normal mode; an option that is useful for wedding ceremonies, births, wildlife, or anywhere you would want to be as unobtrusive as possible.

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  • Pros

    • Excellent Image Quality
    • Amazing Dynamic Range
    • High quality performance
    • Full range of features
    • Dual SD card slots
    • Shutter fix is an improvement over the D600
    • full frame, weather sealed camera with loads of features for the price
  • Cons

    • Small AF coverage compared to some other full-frame DSLRs
    • Wifi not included, purchase as optional accessory
    • AF struggles a bit in very low light, gets there but is slow
    • 1/200 sync speed for flash, 1/4000 top shutter speed (same as D600)

Quick Take

The D610 is likely the best buy in full frame DSLR cameras right now, as it is a new and improved version of the very popular D600.

Read Our Full Review: Nikon D610 Review: Second Verse Same as the First, Minus Tons of Dust and Oil



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