Nikon D600 Updated Specs

Nikon D600 Rumors

All the recent leaks and rumores for the Nikon D600 are pointing to an almost certain release of the full frame DSLR prior to Photokina 2012.  That is, expect it sometime in the next couple of weeks.

Additionally, some new specs have leaked out on the D600 that add even more excitement to the upcoming full frame little brother to the D800.

Nikon D600 Newly Leaked Specs

  • Very small and lightweight body
  • 16 bit image processing
  • Expeed 3 processor
  • Maximum video recording: 30 minutes
  • Built-in mic
  • 19 scene modes
  • Magnesium alloy only on top and back only
  • Maximum shutter speed of 1/4000
  • Shutter life: 150,000 cycles (the D800 is rated for 200,000 cycles)

Nikon D600 Previously Leaked/Rumored Specs

  • 24.7MP full frame sensor
  • Weight: 760g (850g with battery and memory cards), the D800 weights 900g
  • 3.2″ LCD with 921K dot with ambient sensor control
  • HDMI output
  • Video compression: H264/MPEG-4
  • Full HD with 30p, 25p, 24p, HD with 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p
  • Viewfinder coverage: 100%
  • The Nikon D600 will have built-in AF motor
  • The body most probably will be weather sealed
  • The D600 will not have built-in GPS
  • ISO range: 100-6400 (with Lo-1 ISO 50 and Hi-2 ISO 25,600)
  • 39 AF points (with an option of 11 AF points), 9 cross-type AF points
  • AF face detection
  • Exposure compensation: ±5 EV (same as the D800)
  • The D600 will probably use the EN-EL15 rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • 5 fps (same as the D700, the D800 has 4fps)
  • 2 SD card slots with Eye-fi support
  • Build-in retouching images functionality
  • Built-in flash with sync speed of 1/250s
  • Two user settings: U1 and U2
  • Fn button
  • Auto DX crop mode
  • In-camera RAW editor
  • Built in time-lapse functionality
  • Build-in HDR
  • New external battery grip
  • Internal AF motor
  • The price of the D600 is rumored to be very low – maybe as low as $1500
  • Announcement before Photokina (September 2012)

[via Nikon Rumors]

 

Comments

  1. Dan says

    The only problem with this camera will be the AF. 9 Cross type points which will likely be clustered in the middle leaves alot to be desired. My subject is most often NOT in the center, Nikon. Why can’t Nikon move them around like the Canon 7D or 5DIII. This is a big issue for me with the D800 & D4 that make me want to get the Canons. I’d prefer to have 19 spread out all cross type points than 39 with just 9 cross type clustered in the center. I’m sure the sensor will produce some amazing pictures after the D800’s success and the 24mp is way more useful for the wedding/event photographer than 36.

  2. Jtes says

    Why do they need to make it so small? Hopefully it will be a little bit bigger than the D7000.

  3. Paul Imam Zacharia says

    I am very excited about this Full Frame version! The great D700 was quite hefty for me, and when I read that the D800 is lighter, I was already relieved… Now I even jumped for joy!
    The better ADL of the D7000 generation is the one thing I look for in the D800, where the shadows are so much more open and highlights are so strongly retained. The second is of course, the low light AF capability… Other than that I trust I will enjoy the double MP size for more liberty in croppings… Being in an Asian country, crowds in dense areaas are a daily fact of life. The ability to spot a subject and trim it’s surroundings is like having an extra TELE lens…
    Can’t wait to get this little gem…!

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