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Nikon D610 Digital SLR Camera with 24-85mm Lens Kit (24.3MP) 3.2 inch LCD
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- 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
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Style: 24-85mm Lens Kit
The Nikon D610 DSLR Camera features a full-frame, FX-format 24.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 3 image processor to produce high resolution still imagery and full HD 1080p video with notable image detail and low light sensitivity to an expandable ISO 25600. The sensor and processor work together to enable high image quality with a wide dynamic range and high signal to noise ratio that produces both smooth colour and tonal gradations with low noise levels for enhanced overall clarity. These two technologies also combine to provide a wealth of speed throughout the D610, including a continuous shooting rate of 6 fps and a quiet shooting mode that allows the camera to record sequential imagery without the mirror raising or lowering.
Nikon D610 Camera Body
AF-S 24-85mm Lens
EN-EL15 Rechargable Li-ion Battery (with terminal cover)
MH-25 Battery Charger
BS-1 Accessory Shoe Cover
DK-5 Eyepiece Cap
DK-21 Rubber Eyecup
BM-14 Monitor Cover
BF-1B Body Cap
UC-E15 USB Cable
AN-DC10 Neck Strap
View NX 2 CD
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Top Customer Reviews
Amazing ISO control at 4000 iso and tack sharp images.
Would not hesitate to suggest this purchase.
Forget spending twice the price on a D800 or even a D4.....use the rest of your spare saved cash on a few good lenses and an air ticket somewhere cool to use it with confidence.
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 full-frame for the first time as I did.
Such a shame as the output from this camera has been amazing. The dynamic range and the many features in such a compact body made this a great camera. However, having previously owned a D600 that developed the well documented 'oil spots on the sensor' issue, I am starting to doubt the quality and reliability of Nikon cameras. As I have quite a few expensive Nikon lenses, however, I will probably have to stick with the brand. All electronic devices do have a failure rate associated with them and I hope I have just been unlucky! Thought I would post this review on here in case anyone else has the same problem.
So I bought the D610 + a new lens, and still spent less than if I'd gone with one of the other 2 options.
In a nutshell - I've had it about a month and shot about 1600 images with it, and have been very happy.
If like me you like the low light capability of the D700, the D610 is even better by almost a stop imho. I get usable shots at 6400, with a similar grain level to the D700 at 3200 (not grain free, but not problematic). Also, the grain is finer, and therefore in my view less noticeable.
The body is slightly smaller, but still feels great to hold even though I have big hands, although should say that I bought the battery grip right away - haven't tried it without a battery grip.
I'm very happy with the lighter weight of the camera, and build quality is very good.
The double memory card slot is a bonus, which means I can have a continual backup of the shots.
The downsides: you'll have to buy new memory cards (although SD cards are cheaper than CF cards), possibly a bigger harddrive, upgrade lightroom if you use it and a new battery if you want a spare. And some of the buttons have moved a bit.
But overall I'm very pleased, and dont feel that I needed a D800. And the DF, although nice (at twice the price), doesn't have a battery grip which is a deal breaker for me, nor the double card slots. Although I'd have loved the D4's sensor in the DF.
Hope this has been of help to you.
The layout of the two cameras is almost identical, although the D610 now has the ISO adjustment button in the lowest position, which is more sensible. The similarity was really convenient, as the D610 felt familiar straight out of the box and I felt comfortable using it immediately without having a prolonged learning curve, which I am sure I would have needed with a D800. The D7000 had two weaknesses in my opinion, which were that both the autofocus system and the metering could be quite unreliable, leading to a large number of wasted shots. The D610 seems to suffer from neither of these problems, and I've hardly missed a shot. I know the two cameras technically have the same 39-point system, but it certainly feels like this has been tweaked. The common system was something that bothered me a bit, as on a full-frame camera the points are concentrated in the center of the viewfinder, so you need to focus and recompose a lot of the time. In reality, I have not found this to be a problem at all, and the focus system is spot on most of the time.
The image quality is just superb, with the 24mp sensor giving really clean, detailed images: enough to crop significantly, which I was never that comfortable doing previously. But what has really impressed me is what happens when you raise the ISO, as the camera delivers usable images with ISO right up to 6400.Read more ›
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Amazing camera, still getting used to all the settings months down the line and loving every minute of learning what this powerful camera can achieve. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. WHITE
It's huge and fairly horrible to look at compared to a film SLR and too complicated for its own good but it does make a full-frame digital SLR affordable so you can keep using all... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Rogerzilla
I upgraded from an old D100 and what a world of difference! an amazing DSLR.Published 10 months ago by Captain Trousers
I bought this secondhand. It was described as "like new" and certainly seemed so. When I checked the shutter use it was well over 21000 shots. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Desperate Dan
Well it was expensive but it only took a handful of images to show just how good it is. Image quality is just incredible. Read morePublished 14 months ago by PhilD
The Nikon D610 DSLR Camera features a full-frame, FX-format 24.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and EXPEED 3 image processor to produce high-resolution still imagery and full HD 1080p video... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Valerie Gail bartlett