Nikon D610

Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
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I have a D5000 Nikon that is about 5 years old and want to go to a fullframe but can only afford the Nikon D610 at the moment.   I have researched the Fuji XT1 and it looks amazing and easy to use and is in the same price range.   Please give me your thoughts.  I have two wedding to shoot in the next couple of months and need to make a decision as to which to purchase.
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Hi allJust wondering if anyone has this combo and if so how is it with respect to AF speed and lock on? This is the latest version and not the macro version.I am asking on behalf of a family member who is interested in this combo and is on a limited budget so cannot buy the Nikon version.Thanks in advance for any help you can send my way. --Time Goes By!
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Hello, I want to buy my first DSLR camera to do concert photography mainly because that will be my work for a while. But also want that camera can work for me for another kind of photography (portraits, wedding, day events) Because I'm on about $2000 budget (to buy camera, lens, sd cards, etc) I was looking for a Nikon D7100 with some prime lens and don't know if a D610 with just one 50mm lens could work. Does it worth to sacrifice lens just because the full frame? Does any of this cameras...
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I finally got around to trying this feature. When I loaded the images into Lightroom, it displays them in color. It displays them on the camera in mono, but not in LR. Is this normal? I really need to look in the manual, I guess... I just really am not 'book smart' and really like reading peoples comments here...
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I am unable to get CCPro 2.17.0 to install on my Mac Pro model 2,1 running OS X 10.6.8  The download page says 10.6.8 is supported but the installer for CCPro says OS X 10.7 is required.  I have a number of applications that will not work under OS X 10.7 so I would like to know if there is an alternative software that would allow me to shoot tethered to my computer.  I'm shooting raw files and need them to display on my monitor as the photos are being taken.  I've finally been given the o.k....
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I use a D90 and am considering a D7100 or D5300 or D610. If I understand things correctly, there is no advantage at all, for my use (noise in low light is not a concern to me), of a D610 over the two DX choices. The disadvantages of the D610 include a narrower depth of field (all things being equal), higher cost for camera, higher cost for lenses, more weight and larger size. Surely, I must be overlooking or wrong about something given the increasing popularity of full frame. Where am I wrong...
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I recently saw a feature for the D7100 - a single color added to a B&W still or video. There are no special effects for the D610 that I am aware of. Is there a way to use Picture Control or whatever to do the same thing with a D610?
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By: Oindril (1 week ago)
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Hi I am looking to upgrade from a cropped sensor to full frame sensor. I presently use Canon T3i. Where I mostly struggle is taking shots in low light plus at high ISOs. Photography preferences: Landscapes, Slow Shutter shots, Low Light shots. I am considering Canon 6D or Nikon D610 as an option. Can you please suggest which one would be worth it?
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I recently bought a D610 and having problems with its battery, I think. It lasts with just about 200 shots!! I changed the used one with my dealer, charged the new one, but the problem continues. Are you having problems with it?
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looking for insight into why one of these two shots seems 'greener' than the other... they were taken in succession(approx 1/6th of a second apart). Was taken on D610 w/Nikon AF-S 200mm f/2.0 VR. I'm guessing it has something to do with my metering setting?? ..not sure. Any suggestions would be appreciated ...less green looking. ...more green looking. --'We truly fail only when we quit.'
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