Photography enthusiasts have a reason to rejoice for Nikon has finally announced the smallest, the least expensive, and yet a fully loaded full frame digital SLR camera. The neverending rumours on the internet speculated that it would just be a FX format DSLR with entry-level features and a price tag that would go along with it. But turns out that this DSLR, priced at $2,099.95, sports the most fancy features of them all. Though Nikon D600 is expensive, it is far more economically priced as compared to the cameras that are in the same league. It is also significantly cheaper than Nikon's other camera of the same stature, i.e. Nikon D800. Other than the general features expected to be seen in a high-end DSLR, this ingenious camera also sports 24-megapixels, a 3.2 inch 640x480 LCD, and a moisture sealed magnesium reinforced body.
Nikon D600 also features a mode dial located on the left side of the camera, and a centred locking pin that prevents users from changing the shooting mode by mistake. Further on, it also has 100 per cent frame coverage that allows the photographer to capture exactly what they see through it. This DSLR device brags about its 39-point AF system and the MultiCam 4800FX AF module, and is also compatible with DX-format, AF and AF-S Nikkor lenses.
Nikon D600 comes pre-loaded with multiple scene modes, and Picture Control functions that can be controlled through the means of a dedicated button. Besides, it can also record HD 1080p videos at various frame rates, while a built-in microphone allows the user to record audio. The device also comes with an optional WU-1b Wireless Adapter and a utility application for Android smartphones that lets the user transfer images. Nikon D600 will be available in the market from September 18, and an extra $600 will get you a 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5 VR zoom.