October 8, 2013
Nikon rolls out their 24.3-meagpixel D610 DSLR
If you’re a professional photographer who’s primary ‘focus’ (sorry) is sharpness and color then Nikon’s new D610 DSLR, their FX-format digital camera, is probably what you need. The D610 is a 24.3-meagpixel DSLR that used Nikon’s EXPEED 3 imaging engine that’s designed to work well with wide tonal ranges as well as speed up transfer to the memory card. ISO options range from 100 to 25,600. Other features include a 39-point auto focus, smarter scene recognition, a new Quiet Continuous Shutter mode a 3.2-inch LCD, 100-percent optical viewfinder and much more.
Nikon’s put quite a bit of their core technologies into the D610 model to ensure that professionals have optimum settings to work with. Underlying features like Nikon’s 3D Color Matrix Metering II 2016 pixel RGB Sensor will help enhance image capture and perhaps bring the very best out of the photos. This is a step up form the previous editions naturally and with a price tag of $1999.95 for just the body, one would expect nothing but the best. Masahiro Horie Nikon’s Director of Marketing and Planning is of the opinion that the D610’s full frame sensor, expanded depth-of-field control, wide dynamic range, high image quality, low noise, fine color, and low-light capability will deliver just the right kind of sharpness and fidelity to your photos.
[Via – Slashgear]