The Nikon D600 may be the camera that a lot of prosumer shooters have been waiting for . . . that is, if rumors of its specs and price point turn out to be true. Nikon Rumors has posted rumored specifications of a 24MP full frame D600 set to be released later this summer (pre-Photokina, which is in September).
The big kicker though is a price point that is rumored to be as low as $1500 (half the price Nikon D800). This would open up full frame cameras to a whole new market.
Key rumored specs include:
- 24MP CMOS sensor (manufactured by Sony)
- HD video capture
- 39 AF points
- Dual SD card slots (with Eye-Fi support)
- 1/250s flash sync
- Built-in GPS
- No internal AF motor (autofocusing w/ AF-S lenses only)
What do you think? Would those of you considering APS-C cameras like the D7000 or D300s/D400 be interested in a D600 with the above specs?