Full frame DSLR cameras tend to be priced more expensive than other DSLR cameras. While not all of us might find the need or use for a full frame DSLR camera, we’re sure that there are professional photographers out there who wouldn’t mind one but aren’t willing to fork out large amounts of money for it. Assuming this particular rumor is to be believed, Nikon has a new full frame DSLR coming out dubbed the D600. While it won’t be a budget camera, it is expected to be a cheaper alternative to other full frame DSLRs available in the market today.
Some of the purported features includes Auto DX crop mode, dual SD card support, in-camera RAW editor, built-in time-lapse functionality, possible integrated GPS and will come with an external battery grip which we’re guessing will be sold as an optional accessory. Word on the street is that the D600 could be seeing a release in the summer, so we guess we will be keeping an eye out for more information. Until then we suggest taking this with a grain of salt.
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