Nikon D610 Digital SLR Camera with 24-85mm Lens Kit (24.3MP) 3.2 inch LCD

July 9, 2015 - Comment

Product Features Nikon’s latest lightweight 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor delivers outstanding levels of detail and tonal range, even in low light situations High-speed, high-performance EXPEED 3 image-processing engine – transforming digital data into superior quality images with smooth colour and spectacular detail. High-speed continuous shooting at approximately 6 fps and newly developed quiet continuous shooting

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Product Features

  • Nikon’s latest lightweight 24.3-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor delivers outstanding levels of detail and tonal range, even in low light situations
  • High-speed, high-performance EXPEED 3 image-processing engine – transforming digital data into superior quality images with smooth colour and spectacular detail.
  • High-speed continuous shooting at approximately 6 fps and newly developed quiet continuous shooting (Qc mode) at approximately 3 fps
  • Auto white balance that achieves natural colour reproduction
  • The Nikon D610 enables superior subject acquisition in most lighting conditions thanks to Nikon’s Multi-CAM4800 39-point AF system

Comments

Albert Duffy says:

Excellent I bought my D610 five months ago as an upgrade after previously owning a D5100 and a D50 before that.I was a bit lost with it at first due to the extra switches, knobs, buttons and dials etc which meant that I had to spend quite some time using it before it all came as second nature.This camera seems to be nearer to a pro model than an entry level model which will make it easier when making the progression towards a D810 or similar pro model.It feels great in the hand and since owning it I have taken some cracking photo’s (according to other people too).There is very little digital noise. When I took a photograph of a fox the other day with the auto ISO rocketing to 5000 there was still no noticeable digital noise (see image) Raising the ISO so high would have ruined the shot on my D5100.After 11,000 shutter actuations my D610 is still going strong and has never let me down yet.I would recommend this camera to anyone, especially if moving up to a…

Wim De Weerdt says:

Impressive 0

David says:

With Trepidation in case I jinx it!!! 0

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