The D610 is the latest entry-level full-frame camera from Nikon
The Nikon D610 has a top continuous shooting speed of 6 frames per second
The Nikon D610 features a number of shutter-centric updates
As with the D600, the Nikon D610 has two SD memory card slots
An awful lot of the D610 specs are identical to the D600, including the full-frame 24 megapixel CMOS sensor
An updated automatic white balance algorithm in the Nikon D610 is said to better capture natural skin tones and give more vivid skies
The Nikon D610 is an update to the D600, which was only released last year
A quiet continuous shutter mode on the Nikon D610 allows for shooting at 3 frames per second in "near-silence"
Nikon has updated its entry-level full-frame camera with the introduction of the D610. Sharing a great deal with its predecessor, the D600, the new camera is a rather modest update. The main changes include an updated shutter mechanism, a new quiet continuous shutter mode, and an increased continuous shooting speed which now reaches 6 frames per second.
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