Hot on the heels of a Nikon D400 rumor, Nikon Rumors is at it again with new rumors of a cheaper full-frame model, dubbed the Nikon D600, which would serve in a complementary role the D800 (and perhaps replace the now-lower-priced D700) . Rumored specifications include a 24MP CMOS sensor, no internal AF motor (akin to entry-level APS-C cameras), and a price point around $1500.
Other rumored specs include:
- The new camera will be marketed as an entry level full frame camera
- Auto DX crop mode
- Dual SD card slots
- In-camera RAW editor
- Built in time-lapse functionality
- There will be no built-in HDR feature
- Possible integrated GPS
- New external battery grip
The camera is alleged to make an appearance before Photokina 2012.
Stay tuned for the latest.