Nikon D610 Review – The Nikon D610 arrives as the successor to the Nikon D600. We take a closer look to see if it's the camera the D600 should have been all along in the What Digital Camera Nikon D610 review.
Nikon D610 Review
Nikon D610 First Look
In a surprise announcement, Nikon has just this morning unveiled the D610, successor to the popular D600 which was released last year.
While it sports the same 24.3MP sensor as the D600, the shooting speed has been upped to 6fps, and a new Quiet Release Burst mode allows for shooting at 3fps in near silence – a boon for wildlife and street photographers.
The D610 also inherits several characteristics of Nikon’s D4, including the Expeed 3 image processor and AF sensitivity.
Given the abundance of previously existing Nikon technology in the D610, this release may be a response to the dust/oil issues that have plagued the D600 since its release.
Many users of the D600 noticed dust/oil spots frequently appearing in the upper left portion of the frame of images taken with the camera. DPReview covered this in depth in their review, and Nikon released a statement earlier this year acknowledging the problem. The D610 seems to have had the problem corrected, with the addition of a new shutter release mechanism.
The Nikon D610 will be available by the end of the month at an RRP of £1,799. For more information, visit the Nikon website.
ISO:100-6400, extendable to ISO 50-25,600
White Balance:Auto, incandescent, fluorescent (7 types), direct sunlight, flash, cloudy, shade, preset manual, colour temperature, all with fine-tuning
Exposure Comp:-/+5 EV in 1/3 or 1/2 EV steps
Compression:Fine, Normal and Basic
Output Size:6016 x 4016px
LCD:3.2in, 921k-dot (VGA) TFT LCD display
Field of View:100%
Colour Temp Control:2500-10,000K
White Balance Bracket:2-3 exposures in 1, 2 or 3 steps
Video:1080 (24/25/30p) HD video & 720 (25/30/50/60p) HD video
AF Points:39 selectable points
Lens Mount:Nikon F
Sensor:24.3MP full-frame CMOS sensor
Max Flash Sync:1/200th
Focal Length Mag:1x
Built-in Image Stabilisation:No, lens-based
Metering System:2016-pixel RGB sensor
Exposure Modes:P, S, A, M, Auto, Scene, User settings
Connectivity:Hi-Speed USB, HDMI
Power:Rechargeable Li-ion battery
File Format:Raw (NEF), JPEG, Raw + JPEG
Shutter Speeds:30-1/4000th second, plus Bulb
Dimensions:141 x 113 x 82 mm
Focusing Modes:AF-S (Single), AF-C (Continuous), AF-A (auto AF-S/AF-C selection), MF
Drive Mode:Up to 6fps continuous shooting
Colour Space:sRGB, Adobe RGB