Nikon D610 set for release

 

Stay ahead of the pack with the new Nikon D610, an innovative camera that has a mind boggling pixel count of 24.3 million.

Coming with the usual reliability that Nikon famously offers, the camera also has the superior rendering capability of the Nikon FX format, as well as the mobility of high-speed continuous shooting at approximately 6 fps

 

Appearances can be deceiving and although the camera comes in a compact and lightweight size, it is just as powerful as a larger model and is capable of delivering rich tone expressions, a broad dynamic range and is as quiet as a mouse with low noise characteristics.

Armed with a plethora of features that give an optimised basic performance, including an optical viewfinder that has a frame coverage of approximately 100% , as well as a function for recording time-lapse movies.

Continuous shooting is supported at approximately 3 fps, enhancing your picture taking experience.

Key features include

  • 24.3  megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor
  • EXPEED 3 image processing
  • Enhanced continuous shooting
  • Improved Auto white balance
  • 39 focus points (9 cross-type), up to f/8 compatible
  • Compact, light and durable
  • 100% glass-pentaprism viewfinder
  • Broadcast-quality full HD video

This camera is a great piece to any photographer’s kit and the compact size means that it offers great transportability for the user, as well as ease of use. This little piece of kit is proof that good things come in small packages; with beautiful blur characteristics, superior image quality and rendering performance that is set to rival some of the high end models on the market.

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Ion Paciu is a proactive London based freelance professional photographer and a member of The Royal Photographic Society. He specialises in architecture/cityscape and people / portrait photography. Ion Paciu, Photography School Tutor and founder of Photoion Photography, teaches advanced photography topics and specialised photography topics for groups and on one to one photography classes. Subjects and techniques taught on the Photoion Photography School Workshops include: macro, speedlight and studio lighting photography, portrait, food, macro, cityscape, nude, etc.

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