Nikon D600 - 24MP Full Frame DSLR
Nikon has finally take the wraps off one of its worst-kept secrets – the full frame D600 DSLR.
The Nikon D600 is a bit of an entry-level to the full frame DSLR world. While it packs a whopping 24.3MP sensor (most likely the same sensor or derivation of the one inside the new Sony A99), it also features some limitations like a max shutter speed of 1/4000s (instead of the 1/8000s shutter speed found on the Nikon D7000 and higher models).
Nonetheless, the D600 offers full frame prowess at a more affordable retail price point than ever before. At just $2099.95, the Nikon D600 is most certainly a bargain and will likely fly off shelves for months to come. You can order the Nikon D600 body here at B&H Photo.
The D600 is also available as kit with the Nikon AF-S 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens for $2699.95. The D600 w/ 24-85mm lens kit is available here at B&H Photo.
The Nikon D600 should be in stores on September 18.
Nikon D600 Key Features
- 24.3MP CMOS full frame sensor
- 39-point AF system
- 5.5 fps frame rate
- ISO 100-6400 (ISO 50-25600 w/ expansion)
- 3.2-inch LCD at 921k-dot res
- 1080p at 24p/30p frame rates
- 720p at 60p
- Uncompressed HDMI-output
- Shutter rated to 150k actuations
- 1/4000s max shutter speed
- 1/200 sync speed
Along with the Nikon D600, a new WU-1b was announced, which allows you to wirelessly connect the D600 to Android devices and share images or remotely operate the the D600′s shutter from up to 50-feet away. The WU-1b will be available September 18, 2012 for $59.95.