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|Viewfinder Magnification||Approx. 0.7x|
|Diagonal Angle of View||170.0°|
|Display Screen||3.2" Rear Screen LCD (921,000)|
|Diopter Adjustment||- 3 to +1 m|
32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
|Battery||1x EN-EL15 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack, 7VDC, 1900mAh|
|AC Power Adapter||EH-5b (Optional)|
|Weight||1.67 lb / 760 g camera body only|
|Dimensions (WxHxD)||5.6 x 4.4 x 3.2" / 141.0 x 113.0 x 82.0 mm|
|Start-up Time||0.13 Seconds|
|Wi-Fi Capable||Yes (with Optional Transmitter)|
|Continuous Shooting||Up to 6 fps|
|Shutter Lag||0.052 Seconds|
|Self Timer||2 sec, 5 sec, 10 sec, 20 sec
Number of Shots: 1-9
|Connectivity||1/8" Headphone, 1/8" Microphone, HDMI C (Mini), USB 2.0|
|Angle of View||84° - 28° 30'|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/3.5 - 4.5
Minimum: f/22 - 29
|Focal Length||24 - 85mm|
|Minimum Focus Distance||1.25' (38 cm)|
|Weight||1.64 lb (745 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 3.15 x 5.65" (80 x 143.5 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:  67 mm|
|Minimum Focus Distance||4.92' (1.5 m)|
|Viewing Angle||34° 20' - 8° 10'|
|Aperture||Maximum: f/4.5 - 5.6
|Weight||1.02 lb (465 g)|
|Dimensions (DxL)||Approx. 3.07 x 3.23" (78 x 82 mm)|
|Filter Thread||Front:72 mm|
|Memory Card Type||SD
|Camera Format||Full-Frame (1.0x Crop Factor)|
|Pixels||Actual: 24.7 Megapixel
Effective: 24.3 Megapixel
|Max Resolution||6016 x 4016|
|Aspect Ratio||3:2, 16:9|
|Sensor Type / Size||CMOS, 35.9 x 24 mm|
|File Formats||Still Images: JPEG, RAW
Movies: MOV, MPEG-4 AVC/H.264
Audio: Linear PCM
|Dust Reduction System||Yes|
|Lens Mount||Nikon F|
|Autofocus Points||Phase Detection: 39|
|Focus Type||Auto & Manual|
|Focus Mode||Single-servo AF (S), Continuous-servo AF (C), Full-time Servo (F), Manual Focus (M)|
|Guide No.||39' (11.89 m) ISO100|
|External Flash Connection||Hot Shoe, Wireless|
|Dedicated Flash System||iTTL Groups: 2 Channels: 3|
|Flash Compensation||-3 EV to +1 EV (in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV steps)|
|Max Sync Speed||1 / 200 sec|
|Flash Modes||1st Curtain Sync
Slow Sync/Red-eye Reduction
|Shutter||Type: Electronic & Mechanical
Speed: 30 - 1/4000 sec, Bulb Mode
|White Balance Modes||Auto, Cloudy, Color Temperature, Direct Sunlight, Flash, Fluorescent, Incandescent, Preset Manual, Shade|
|Exposure Modes||Modes: Aperture Priority, Manual, Programmed Auto, Shutter Priority
Metering Range: EV 0.0 - EV 20.0
Compensation: -5 EV to +5 EV (in 1/3, 1/2 or 1 EV steps)
|Metering Method||3D Color Matrix Metering, Center-weighted average metering, Spot metering|
|Remote Control||MC-DC2 (Optional)|
|ISO Sensitivity||Auto, 100-6400 (Extended Mode: 50-25600)|
|File Size||1920 x 1080p (Full HD)
1280 x 720p (HD)
|Exposure Control||Manual: Shutter Speed, Aperture, ISO|
|Audio Recording||Built-in Mic: With Still Images & Video, Stereo
Optional External Mic: With Still Images & Video
|Video Clip Length||1920 x 1080
29 min. (59 MB / min.)
|Frame Rate||@ 1920 x 1080: 30 fps, 25 fps, 24 fps
@ 1280 x 720: 60 fps, 50 fps, 30 fps, 25 fps
It wouldn’t be unreasonable to be cynical about the Nikon D610, with its very minor updates hinting at what many people see as it simply being a marketing fix for the somewhat tarnished D600 . While to some extent this may be true, the D610 is still a fantastic piece of kit.
Sensor delivers excellent results; AF performance very good; Handling
AF points grouped a little too closely to the centre of the frame; 10-pin and sync socket missing
The D610 replaces the year-old D600 as Nikon's 'affordable' full-frame DSLR. Positioned between the mid-range D7100 and full-frame D800, it's aimed at upgraders from mid-range APS-C models and those looking for an economically priced full-frame back-up.
24.3 Megapixel FX CMOS sensor., 39-point AF with 9 cross-type sensors., 6fps full-frame continuous shooting., Compatible with DX lenses., 1080p30 and uncompressed HDMI out., Built-in AF motor for non AF-S lenses., Sensor contamination fixed (anecdotal).
Resolution drops to 10.5 MPix with DX lenses., No exposure control during movie recording., Bracketing limited to 3 frames., Wifi and GPS are separate accessories.
The Nikon D610 is a very minor update to the D600; its burst rate is slightly faster, but otherwise it's the same camera.
Excellent high-ISO quality. Uncompressed 1080p workflow. 6.1fps shooting. 39-point AF system. Compact, full-frame body. Sharp rear display. Dual SD card slots.
No GPS, Wi-Fi, or PC sync socket. Compressed control layout. Must initiate autofocus manually during video recording.
The Nikon D610 brings full-frame capabilities to a larger audience while retaining most enthusiast-friendly features. Image quality at high ISO sensitivities is very good, and a wealth of customization options enables quick access to most shooting controls.
Outstanding high ISO performance in both JPEG and Raw files, High quality JPEG images at default settings, Wide dynamic range in Raw files, Consistently pleasing metering and white balance results, Solid build quality and weather-sealing, Responsive camera when adjusting settings and handling, Dual...
Small coverage area of AF array compared to its peers, Slow AF in live view and video modes, Rear LCD prone to glare in bright sunlight, No 'live' aperture control in live view or video mode, No histogram in live view, When shooting in live view, rear screen is blacked out until data is written to...
With the introduction of the D600, Nikon made a full-frame DSLR more accessible than ever before. The D600 was an extremely popular camera, but it had one fatal flaw, a shutter mechanism that became known for shedding particles, dust and oil on the sensor.
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
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)
We really like the Nikon D610, as many of our photographs we shot were spectacular. At the end of the day, however, the kit didn’t really wow us like the Sony A7, which is a breakthrough camera.
When we reviewed Nikon's D600 DSLR , we said it was a "powerful and very high quality pro-level DSLR with a smaller body and price tag that may appeal to wider range of photographers. It brings professional quality at a more affordable price." Today Nikon announced the D600's successor, the D610.
iAuto shooting mode is accurate and easy in all situations, Dedicated Video Capture Button is always ready to record, Overall performance is incredibly fast, Amazing image quality at lower ISO settings, Higher ISO settings do produce a lot of noise, but are all good for each setting when compare to...
Not really a new camera model, more of a fix for the D600 issues, Highest ISO settings are over the top with image noise, Fixed screen, not movable to help in awkward shooting situations, No built-in WiFi
Nikon offers an update with the D610, and it's a pretty solid camera.
The D610 is the D600 for all photographic purposes. Image-quality is identical with very slightly improved AWB and speed. Truly, these changes are minimal. The D600 being an excellent DSLR, so is the D610 without a doubt. The Nikon D610 essentially replaces the D600 with an identical twin.
Class-leading image noise, Class-leading dynamic-range, Good color-accuracy after tweaking, Speedy autofocus, Generally fast and responsive, Ultra-short black-out, Flexible self-timer and exposure delay, Very sharp LCD, Highly customizable with plenty of controls, Dual memory cards can provide...
Under-exposure more frequent than usual, Light entering OVF skews metering, Increased softness at ISO 3200+, Strong anti-alias filter, EC button placement not ideal, Indistinct ISO button, Poor Live-view, not Exposure-Priority, Bizarre Auto ISO, Exposure Delay mode hidden in menu, No 16:9 guidelines...
The Nikon D610 is a fantastic, budget-conscious, full-frame camera that's packed with features and produces outstanding image quality. Although it's not a dramatic upgrade over the D600 by a long shot, it does fix the oft-lamented sensor dust and oil spots issue that plagued that camera, thanks to...
Dust/oil on sensor problem from D600 fixed with integration of new shutter mechanism, New shutter also improves continuous shooting, to a tested 5.9 frames per second, New Quiet Continuous mode allows 3fps bursts with near-silent operation, Comfortable control layout, Great grip, Power switch...
Main point of this upgrade is to fix problem on previous model; few added features are just minor tweaks, Second function button oddly placed, Phase-detect AF points are limited to the center of the frame, Moiré can be a problem in certain circumstances, Zooming in greater than 100% in Live view...
I was on the fence for quite a while weather to get the D610 or the D750. If the D750 had a max shutter speed of 1/8000 and a sync speed of 250 it would have been a no brainer. Most of the features of the D750 seem to be video oriented and I do not shoot video.
Easy To Use, Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Good Image Quality, High ISO Performance
Love it, but it's too noisy at high ISO. That's alright because I wasn't planning to take pics at night, but still... for indoors.<br />I do love Cameta.com. Great service, I shopped with confidence after I did my research.
Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus, Fast Shutter Speed, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, Hdr Photos, High ISO Performance, Instruction manual, Lots of options, Relatively Quiet Shutter, Time Lapse Possibilities
Moire Effect, Noisy At High ISO, Not easy to use, Poor In Low Light
I have to wait nearly a week for this incredible wonderful gear, however it comes as ads of genuine with zero shutter and accessories. Just without the manual but not a big deal as you can find anywhere.
Original in its box
Quite slow delivery
I moved up from DX to FX and the difference is huge! My D3300 was a great camera but, the D610 is noticeably better. Eventually, the DX format (and DX lenses) will go away as FX prices come down. I'm lovin' every minute with the D610.
Full frame FX format.
None for my usage.
I got the D610 as a replacement for the D600. The D600 was a great camera, with exception of the Sensor Oil Spotting Issue, which Nikon never formally acknowledged. Truly looking forward to having that issue resolved with the D610, since I really liked the D600 in all other ways, I took it on my...
was a good value for a full frame sensor but returned for the D750 which is well worth the the price difference for the added features and low light performance. Wi-fi, flip screen, and higher usable iso made it a not brainer.
I have been using this as a second camera along side others for shoots and I couldn't be happier. The recovery of blacks and shadows is brilliant, as well as some fun built in features like the Double exposure, timelaps and interval timer shooting.
Well, this camera had such promise. I upgraded from a D7000 that I bought 3 years ago and I have become a full-on professional photographer with the D7000, and it was time to upgrade to FX.
I bought this camera after being in the DX world for years and I'm so glad I did. Once I used a full frame sensor, I'm not sure how I did it before. I love the extra focus points versus my D3200 and it shoots a lot less grainy in high iso's.