Nikon D610

Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
jefenniejr
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I traded up from D700 for several reasons and I am so glad I did. I love the IQ, resolution, dynamic range is incredible and you can lift shadows by roughly 3 stops without a problem! (I didn't like the d700 ergonomics, live view, weight, and 12 mp file sizes.) I coupled the d610 with the Nikkor 24-120 f4 and it makes for a killer sharp combination. Top marks for: - file quality - DR - ergonomics and handling - user memory banks - video IQ and flexibility ISO/Shutter speed - frame rate and ...

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ConanD
 
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As an amature photog, I have been living in the Nikon DX world for about 3 years.  I started with the D3100 and then moved to the D7100 about a year later.  The more pictures I took, the more I wanted a full-frame camera.  I did quite a bit of research before taking the plunge and purchasing the D610.  While  I would have loved the D800/810, I could not justify the price, and also did not want to deal with the massive files associated with the 800 series. I've taken about 4 or 5 ...

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AUP
 
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I had such high hoped for the Nikon D610 and after many months of sitting idle between cameras and looking at the Canon 6D I took the plunge…and now it’s going back. Why you ask – “spots” – about 15 of them all over my pictures after extensive 2 days of shooting. It took numerous hours of shooting, reading, testing, customizing and fine tuning – after it was all said and done I started to notice spots. This was brand new out of the box; me personally it’s just not something that I am willing ...

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Araldite
 
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Been using this camera to take pictures of grandkids, their parents commented on great pictures. Some may feel that the optical low pass filter should have been removed as per the D7100 but this one has a smaller pixel density. Having said that and taken many pictures with it, for the price it's an excellent introduction to full frame and coupled with the 24-85 it really takes great pictures.

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jefenniejr
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Being an amateur (upgraded from d700 and don't regret it one bit) I shoot mainly landscapes and architectural with an occasional portrait.

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