A picture can speak a thousand words. And with Nikon D600, capturing moments now got fun and pricy. Aimed directly for photography buffs, Nikon has announced a full frame DSLR D600, uncovered at a sky-rocketing price. Made for serious professionals, this 24-megapixel camera has FX-format CMOS sensor that can give users some justified shots.
Nikon had announced D600 on Sept. 13th. Priced at $2,099.95, Nikon D600 offers images with stunning clarity along with cinema-quality 1080p videos. There’s also Nikon’s intelligent Scene Recognition System with 3D Color Matrix Metering II for clear video shooting.
With a price significantly lower than Canon’s 5D MarkIII and the 5D MarkII, this DSLR makes a great choice for all photography enthusiasts.
The Nikon D600 speaks for itself. The camera got superior low-light performance, blazing fast framing and burst rates, built-in HDR, wireless photo sharing and much more.
Being lightweight and compact, Nikon has made this HD-SLR for full-frame shooting and versatility.
The D600 also makes sharing easy as it’s compatible with Wi-Fi. There’s also an optional WU-1b wireless adapter available with the camera.
Made of solid magnesium alloy, the durable D600 can be used in all kinds of weather. It offers a comfortable grip that lets users take great shots.
The system grows as per users. However, there are also some loop holes users found. Uneven weight of the camera was one point. Reportedly, D600 tends to dip towards the left side quite greatly. There’s also no USB 3.0 and no CF card slot. But it does got two SD slot.
Nikon has also added an Android app to D600 to let users easily transfer data between mobile devices and the camera. Nikon is also working to launch iOS app on its D600 by the end of September.
To conclude, the Nikon D600 makes a great choice for all passionate photographers, who don’t mind shelling out few extra bucks on their profession or passion.