Nikon has finally take the wraps off one of its worst-kept secrets – the full frame D600 DSLR.
The Nikon D600 is a bit of an entry-level to the full frame DSLR world. While it packs a whopping 24.3MP sensor (most likely the same sensor or derivation of the one inside the new Sony A99), it also features some limitations like a max shutter speed of 1/4000s (instead of the 1/8000s shutter speed found on the Nikon D7000 and higher models).
Nonetheless, the D600 offers full frame prowess at a more affordable retail price point than ever before. At just $2099.95, the Nikon D600 is most certainly a bargain and will likely fly off shelves for months to come. You can order the Nikon D600 body here at B&H Photo.
The D600 is also available as kit with the Nikon AF-S 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens for $2699.95. The D600 w/ 24-85mm lens kit is available here at B&H Photo.
The Nikon D600 should be in stores on September 18.
Nikon D600 Key Features
- 24.3MP CMOS full frame sensor
- 39-point AF system
- 5.5 fps frame rate
- ISO 100-6400 (ISO 50-25600 w/ expansion)
- 3.2-inch LCD at 921k-dot res
- 1080p at 24p/30p frame rates
- 720p at 60p
- Uncompressed HDMI-output
- Shutter rated to 150k actuations
- 1/4000s max shutter speed
- 1/200 sync speed
Nikon has provided several full size sample images here on its website, some of which are RAW files converted to JPEG in Capture NX 2.
Along with the Nikon D600, a new WU-1b was announced, which allows you to wirelessly connect the D600 to Android devices and share images or remotely operate the the D600′s shutter from up to 50-feet away. The WU-1b will be available September 18, 2012 for $59.95.