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Concentrate on the Clarity: The New Nikon D610 FX-Format D-SLR Places Emphasis on the Image Making Experience


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The Nikon D610 HD-SLR Delivers FX-Format Quality and Pro-Level Features for Enthusiasts Ready to Take Their Passion to the Next Level MELVILLE, N.Y. (October 08, 2013) - Nikon Inc. today announced the Nikon D610, the latest FX-format HD-SLR to incorporate cutting-edge features and superior operability to help photographers create amazing images and Full HD video.  Engineered for…

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Still think this is the main reason for the speed of the update

 

New Increased Speed and Performance: A new shutter mechanism in the D610 affords a faster frame rate. Users can now capture the action at a continuous 6 frames-per-second (fps), which is ideal for photographing action sports or elusive wildlife.

 



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Still think this is the main reason for the speed of the update

 

New Increased Speed and Performance: A new shutter mechanism in the D610 affords a faster frame rate. Users can now capture the action at a continuous 6 frames-per-second (fps), which is ideal for photographing action sports or elusive wildlife.

 

Indeed, the new shutter is responsible for 3 out of the 4 new features (as outlined on our homepage).



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Indeed, the new shutter is responsible for 3 out of the 4 new features (as outlined on our homepage).

And I bet Nikon are hoping an end to the oil and dust problems which have plagued the D600 with the change might make me wait a little longer before I decide to get my new camera as going FF was an option but the shutter problems did make me decide against it



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Don't forget the new badge too, it says "D610". On the scale of upgrades for this model that's gotta be pretty important.



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Don't forget the new badge too, it says "D610". On the scale of upgrades for this model that's gotta be pretty important.

With the amount of upgrades its got to be high up the very short list lol



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Still think this is the main reason for the speed of the update

 

New Increased Speed and Performance: A new shutter mechanism in the D610 affords a faster frame rate. Users can now capture the action at a continuous 6 frames-per-second (fps), which is ideal for photographing action sports or elusive wildlife

Might as well just stick with the D7100!!!   Other than having a full frame sensor, and maybe the new and improved weather sealing, the 7100 is better in everyway



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So let me ask the obvious question.  Does the introduction and marketing campaign for the D610 refocus on "clarity" and a new camera, or does it just remind eveeryone about Nikon's bad customer service for the D600 issues and the oils spots?

 

I say there is not enough product differentiation to make everyone forget about the D600 and forgive Nikon for bad customer service.



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Might as well just stick with the D7100!!!   Other than having a full frame sensor, and maybe the new and improved weather sealing, the 7100 is better in everyway

Yes totally agree, I'll be sticking to the 7100 too. Not enough of an incentive to move to FX. 



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Yes totally agree, I'll be sticking to the 7100 too. Not enough of an incentive to move to FX. 

Exactly!   I'm sticking with my D7000 untill I have enough for a d4 or hopefully the D400 if/when it comes out :D