Its been 4 years now since Nikon launched its cheapest full-frame DSLR camera, Nikon D700 DSLR and now it seems that the model is up for an upgrade. There has been a buzz in the air regarding the launch of Nikon D600 DSLR, the new cheapest full-frame sensor Nikon DSLR. The difference in the quality offered by full-framed DSLR and a standard DSLR varies by a wide margin. The difference is also inflicted by price. The rumour mill has done it again and images of D600 DSLR are out on the web. A source confirmed the leak and shows some interesting views of the camera. Nikon D600 comes with a CMOS sensor of 24.7 megapixels with a 3.2 inch screen, can record videos at high quality at 1920x1080 pixels at 30 fps and has an in built AF-motor.
Nikon has already launched the new Nikon FX-format camera, Nikon D4 which is now the face of their line up of DSLR cameras. In the line of latest launches is also Nikon D800 which has been crafted to provide great resolution images and has made a great impact in the eyes of photographers and videographers. The face of Nikon, Nikon D4 has 16.2-megapixel FX-format CMOS sensor with their EXPEED 3 image processing engine.
The D4 has a 51-point AF system and burst shooting speeds of upto 10 frames per second. The new FX-format D800 sports a 36.3 MP sensor. It also has a new EXPEED 3 image processing engine. In addition a supplementary model Nikon D800E has also been launched. This efficient device improves the resolution of 36.3 MP CMOS sensor by finishing the anti-aliasing properties of the OLPF inside the camera. Nikon D4 is priced at a high Rs. 3,24,950 while Nikon D800 and Nikon D800E are listed at a price of Rs. 1,49,950 and Rs. 1,64,950, respectively.