Nikon D610 User Reviews

Announced Oct 8, 2013 •
24 megapixels | 3.2 screen | Full frame sensor
AUP
 

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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TheCasualShooter

I bought the D610 second hand in 2015. i was just starting photography and i wanted to join aboard the FF ship after a few months with my entry level canon kiss x5. Main reason for buying the D610: it was the more affordable FF option i had at that time. This modest looking camera is actually a good choice for starting photographers who want to learn fast. Here are some things i had to say after 4 years with the D610: 1. Price: for a non-pro hobbyist like me, it's reasonably priced for the ...

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Kazzaz
 

After one year of use, i have a feeling that this camera is very underrated, the IQ is top notch, it has everything i need. Best camera investment i have made so far. Value for money is 10/10.

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After using Nikon D60 wit a 18-55mm lens. I bought this on 2014. It was a huge change on me about photography. I definately recommend it.

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Smaug01
 

Prior to buying this, my "serious" camera was a 10 years older Pentax K100d. 6 MP, two kit lenses. Great camera. But when I got my Panasonic FZ1000, and its images looked better than that of my SLR, I knew it was time to upgrade. I bought the D610 with the 24-85 kit lens. Great lens. Sharp, contrasty, and a reasonable "walk-around" zoom range. Not too big or heavy for its abilities either. Long term, I upgraded to the 24-120, which has the same image quality, more telephoto, and triple the ...

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TheCasualShooter
 

The D610 is my first full frame (and my first Nikon) camera. As a newbie in the photography world, I started out with Canon Kiss X5 which I still love (though I sold it to my sister). But as I moved to full frame, I chose this simply because it's cheaper than canons cheapest full frame, the 6D. And I have no regrets! So far, this camera gives me what I want! Very good Image Quality and a lot of avenues to learn from and improve my photography (which until now is still sloppy I guess)! Paired ...

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jefenniejr

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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MichaelAndrea
 

I have been using this as a second camera along side others for shoots and I couldn't be happier. The recovery of blacks and shadows is brilliant, as well as some fun built in features like the Double exposure, timelaps and interval timer shooting. Nikon's JPEG compression is great if your not wanting to put time and effort into post, but would definitely recommend shooting RAW, just sooooo much better to work with the underexposed shots. Wouldn't recommend maxing out ISO in very poor ...

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I have used Nikon 70-300 & Tamron 28-75 in manual mode manual focus on a tripod ISO at 200 shooting flowers with dark green leaves. To get the greens to match the display I have to underexposed 2/3 of a stop. Can this exposure problem be calibrated by Nikon firmware?  Using spot meter on light colored flowers I still get over exposure. Is anyone else experiencing this problem?

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D Gold
 

You can spend more, but not get much more.  I purchased my D610 after Nikon refunded my money on a D600.  I use it for everything including long exposure astrophotography on a computer guided tracking mount, (see my gallery). Being my 5th Nikon DSLR, it is surely the best.  Dead reliable, great autofocus, a frame rate and buffer depth that suit my kind of shooting and talk about high DR and very clean high ISO.  Just an ideal camera.

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