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Nikon D610 full frame camera at an affordable price

Nikon D610, full frame camera, Nikon full frame, new full frame camera, creative photoWould you like to try a full frame DSLR camera? Naturally, if you would say a full frame camera would have been expensive. Sony, Canon and Nikon have made this type of camera at a price above the prosumer cameras and digital SLR or mirrorless cameras. 

 Interested in a Nikon DSLR full frame? Nikon D610 Key features 24.3MP Full-frame CMOS sensor; 3.2-inch, 921k-dot TFT LCD; 3D color matrix metering system; ISO 100 - 6400; 1920 x 1080 @ 30, 25 and 24fps. 

The good news is Nikon D610 is a 'budget' full-frame DSLR, aimed at enthusiasts upgrading from mid-range models or pros looking for an affordable backup for a higher-end body. Nikon D610 looks and feels like a solid semi-pro DSLR. 

It's a little smaller than the Nikon D800 and also a little bit lighter, enough of a difference to make you feel better about carrying it around all day. Like most full-frame cameras, the D610's photos have a nice, natural sharpness and tonality. The sensor is accompanied by Nikon’s EXPEED 3 image processing engine which promises some impressive speeds, as well as easing a native ISO range of 100-6400, which can be extended from ISO 50 to ISO 25,600.

 As with the Nikon D600, the D610 includes a 24.3-million-pixel, full-frame CMOS sensor that supports a built-in 1.5x DX crop mode. The D610 uses a Nikon EN-EL15 7 volt 1900MAh Lithium Ion battery which supplies satisfactory power for 900 shots under CIPA standard conditions. In terms of AF performance, the Nikon D610 features the same pro-level 39-point AF system complete with 9 cross-type sensors and enhanced performance in low light conditions. 

The AF system also supports 3D focus tracking. This is happen because of Scene Recognition facility. 

Nikon D610 does seem to perform a hair faster than the D600 all around. Also thanks to the built-in flash, the Nikon D610 offers wireless flash control that lets you to trigger remotely positioned,compatible flashguns for more creative lighting, with the option of TTL or manual control. Thus you can design the lighting in a variety of situations, both indoors (studio) and outside the room with ease. 

You will be able to produce a variety of images in accordance with the aesthetic, and the purpose of shooting that you need. NikonD800, the D610 features USB, HDMI and two 3.5mm audio jacks, one for external microphones and the other for headphones, the latter a nice feature for videographers which the EOS 6D lacks. Unlike the USB port on the D800 which supports the fastest USB 3 standard though, the D610's is still plain old USB 2, just like the Canon EOS 6D.
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Capture the best moment with built-in flash. Image: takegreatepictures.com



The D610's viewfinder combines 100 percent coverage with a magnification of 0.7 xs. It's a big, bright viewfinder comparable with that on the D800 and will be a big step up for those upgrading from a crop frame DSLR. 

 Nikon D610 has the same 3.2 inch 921k LCD screen as the Nikon D800 and Nikon D4. The D610 is available body only or as a kit with the AF-S 24-85mm f3.5-4.5G ED VR zoom lens. This is an inexpensive general purpose zoom lens for those starting out with their first full frame body, covering the range from wide angle to short telephoto.

This is an inexpensive general purpose zoom lens for those starting out with their first full frame body, covering the range from wide angle to short telephoto. Nikon D610 features reasonable video functionality, recording full HD footage at 1920x1080 pixels at a choice of 30fps, 25fps and 24fps, or at 1280x702 pixels at 60fps,50fps, 30fps or 25fps, both in the MOV file type. You can create fantastic movie or video clip with this camera. 

The D610 is essentially the Nikon D7100 with a full-frame sensor and some more modern video capabilities.The D610 is also compatible with DX lenses. The shutter speed range runs between 1/4000 and 30 seconds, the same as the Canon EOS 6D. Like most new-generation Nikon digital SLR cameras, the D610 can shoot two differently exposed images in rapid succession, which are then blended in-camera to form a single, high-dynamic-range image. 

Nikon's Picture Controls are akin to Canon's Picture Styles in being preset combinations of sharpening, c brightness, contrast, saturation and hue. The Nikon D610 offers all six Picture Controls including Monochrome, Vivid, Standard, Neutral, Portrait and Landscape. All Picture Controls can be tweaked to your liking, then saved and transferred to other cameras. Nikon D610 will let you become a photographer and filmmaker as well with a variety of features and a variety of Picture Control buttons. You can carry this camera with a comfortable, even when you are on holiday and safari in Kenya, diving in Raja Ampat, or honeymoon in Bali. 

This camera will make you a photographer and you are free to express the creative imagination. Of course, before you decide to choose you need to compare the Nikon D610 camera with a Canon EOS 6D or Sony Alpha 7, even with mirrorless cameras like the Panasonic GH3. 
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Sony A 7 vs Nikon D610. Image: snapsort.com
Each nearest competitor from Nikon D610 is a camera with a unique and rich variety of features. As for the Canon EOS 6D versus Nikon D610 decision for people who haven't committed to a system yet or are thinking of switching, overall I think I ultimately prefer the D610. Or probably you would buy a full frame camera that much more expensive? 

However,each person must have a specific reason to choose a camera that will be used for a long period. You can buy the camera body at an affordable price then you set aside step by step to purchase a variety of lenses and other accessories, so you can be free to be creative with your camera. This opinion was approved by a lot of beginners and those photographers who have been professional. How about you?

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