Following its Android-powered boy release, Nikon has revealed the new D600 DSLR camera in D-series. Unveiled at Photokina event, the D600 HD-SLR shooter grabs its spot below to the 36MP-powered Nikon D800 in the brand’s range, while sit above to the Nikon D7000 and D300S.
Carrying ‘high-end’ like features for a hefty $2,100 price tag, the Nikon D600 DSLR is smallest and lightest full-frame camera to-date, as the company is brave enough to call it.
Featuring a 24.3MP FX-format CMOS sensor, the camera boasts a weather-sealed magnesium alloy frame, fast Exspeed III processor, and a new 39-point AF system that works down to f/8. Other features include full-HD video recording capability along with ISO 100-6400 (extendable to 50 and 25,600) support.
It also has a scene and face recognition system that analyzes 2,016 pixels for brightness, colors, and other information, to help set autofocus and auto exposure.
It can shoot around 900 shots on a full charge, and takes twin SD cards (supporting SDXC and UHS-I). There are also USB and HDMI outputs.
Additionally, WU-1b Wireless Adapter appears to be a must have accessory. The dongle allows users to wirelessly transfer photos to Android and iOS devices.
There’s also an Android app exists that lets users interact their camera with mobile devices and tablets. Meanwhile, a similar iOS app is under development, which is expected to roll out by the end of this month.
You can get this 3.2-inch 921k-dot LCD equipped Nikon’s boy starting September 18th, for $2,099 in the US and for £1,955.99 in the UK body-only, while the amount of $2700 or £2,443 will snag you out a kit — with the AF-S NIKKOR 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens. Stay tuned with us for a soon-to-come follow-up post on sale.
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