Nikon D610 review
For all those Nikon users especially those DX users planning to upgrade to Full Frame camera this is best entry level for FX Sensor Camera that you must think about, basically this is just an upgrade of not so successful D600 that has dust issue
Nikon D610 key features:
24.3MP Full-frame CMOS sensor (10.5MP DX-format crop mode)
ISO 100-6400 (expandable to ISO 50-25,600 equivalent)
Maximum 6fps continuous shooting; new quiet continuous mode shoots at 3 fps
39-point AF system with 9 cross-type AF points
Refined auto white balance system
Wireless flash control3.2in 921k-dot LCD screen
Dual memory card slots
1080p30 full HD videoUncompressed video recording via HDMI
Take a closer look at the list of updates to the camera:
Nikon's Expeed 3 image processing engine, Nikon completely replaced it with a different shutter, which not only addresses this dust issue, but also allows for a slightly faster frame rate
Faster Frame Rate compare to the Nikon D600 had a 5.5 FPS continuous shooting speed and the D610 is now slightly faster at 6 FPS
Newly Improved Automatic White Balance – compare to the previous complaints on the previous white balance performance of the D600, but for some reason Nikon decided to upgrade it as well. This one seems to be just a slight firmware improvement.
Quiet Continuous Shooting Mode – this one is a new feature, designed to work at 3 FPS.
Better Weather Sealing – Nikon claims that the Nikon D610 has exactly the same weather sealing, dust and moisture resistance as the Nikon D800.
D600 & D610, however the only downside I've seen on these cameras I have found are the Nikon’s 39 point AF to be just slightly less amazing than the flagship 51 point AF in the likes of the Nikon D800, D700, and of course the Nikon D4.