Back in June, there was a leaked image that purportedly belonged to the Nikon D600. It was expected to be one of the more “affordable” full frame DSLR cameras to be introduced in the market, but so far apart from leaked specs and rumors, no official date has been revealed. Thanks to the folks at Nikon Rumors, it seems that we may now have a possible release date for the D600 along with a possible price as well. If the rumors are to be believed, it seems that we can expect to see Nikon launch the D600 on the 13th of September, which is about a week before Photokina kicks off, and where Nikon is said to be revealing more cameras as well.
As far as its rumored specs are concerned, if you missed our earlier coverage, the D600 will sport a 24.7MP FX sensor capable of shooting ISO 100-6400, a 3.2” LCD on the back and record videos in Full HD mode. Its pricing has also been rumored to be half that of the D800 (which could differ depending on which retailer you buy it from). In any case we suggest you take this with a grain of salt for now, but be sure to check back with us in the future for more updates and possible official information!
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