Just a year after the release of the D600, Nikon reveals its successor: the Nikon D610. A full-frame DSLR that’s once again been positioned as a more affordable take on the D800, the new D610 boats a 24.3 MP Nikon FX-format CMOS sensor with a compact HD-SLR body, 39-point AF system, a Scene Recognition System to keep details clear and crisp, built-in flash with Commander Mode, wireless photo sharing, 1080p video capabilities, and a faster frame rate. Nikon’s D610 body is set to retail for $1,995 USD while a full breakdown of the model can be perused online.
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