The Nikon D600 could make a good back-up camera for pros, or give most enthusiasts all the options they'll need
While the Nikon D600 has a 24.3-megapixel full-frame sensor - down from 36.3 in the D800 - it still exceeds the pixel count of most other DSLRs
The Nikon D600 features a 39 point AF system with a MultiCAM 4800FX AF module
A 100 percent frame coverage viewfinder is complemented by a 3.2-inch 921K dot LCD screen on the rear of the Nikon D600
Nikon has also revealed the WU-1b Wireless Adapter which allows users to connect wirelessly to the camera with an Android or iOS app
Since the launch of the megapixel-monster that is the D800, there have been rumors that Nikon was set to release a "full-frame camera for the rest of us." Today, after several months of the worst-kept secret in the camera industry (probably since the D800 itself), Nikon has revealed the D600. It's a 24.3-megapixel full-frame DSLR aimed at enthusiasts, with a smaller body and featuring wireless sharing and capture.
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