The rumor mill has recently determined the changes made to this camera when compared to its predecessor and now it claims that the Nikon D610 release date is October 7 or 8.
Nikon D610 has been mentioned in recent times in several gossip talks. The DSLR is rumored to be the D600 replacement, a full frame camera troubled by multiple problems, such as dust accumulation on the sensor and an under-par shutter.
Nikon D610 release date scheduled for October 7 or 8
It appears that the Japanese company will launch this camera soon. A lot of potential customers have recently asked “how soon is soon?” and it seems like the answer to that question is once again provided by the rumor mill
People familiar with the matter are reporting that the device’s announcement date is no more than two weeks away. At this point it is unclear whether there will be a big press event to let the whole world know that Nikon has fixed its entry-level full frame DSLR, but that is more than likely.
Nikon D610 specs to include new shutter and 6fps continuous shooting mode
As the Nikon D610 release date will occur in early October, industry watchers might be curious to find out the changes made to the camera. Speaking of its specs, the new shooter will come packed with a burst mode of up to 6 frames per second, a new shutter system, and no more dust / oil buildup on the image sensor.
This may not seem like much, the the D600 is capable of shooting only 5.5fps per second and its shutter has been riddled with problems causing it not to fire in some scenarios.
Moreover, a manufacturing issue causes dust and oil to gather on the sensor, which in turn causes spots to appear on photos.
Nikon D600 owners suffer another blow, as the camera’s price has decreased once again
In recent times, it has been revealed that the D610 will not sport WiFi, GPS, or a new image processor. However, the Nikon D5300 will replace the D5200 “soon” and it will come packed with these features, including an EXPEED 4 processing engine.
Other features that photographers will find in the D610 are identical to the D600 ones, such as the 24.3-megapixel sensor and 39-point autofocus system. Amazon is currently selling the current-gen camera for $1827.88, a $70 decrease in price in less than 24 hours.
Not all people will be happy that the Nikon D610 release date will occur so soon. D600 owners will be sad to hear that their already-troubled DSLR has lost most of its value only one year after its launch.