Rumors about the Nikon D600 started to go around since April earlier this year, where in June there was another leaked image of the device sans the lens in its full frontal glory, followed by more information in the month of August that September 13th is the rumored announcement date for the Nikon D600, alongside a nugget of juicy information that you will most probably be able to purchase a couple of Nikon D600 DSLRs with the same amount of money that you fork out for the Nikon D800. Back to the menu item at the moment; Nikon’s D600 full specifications were said to be leaked, touting a 24.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, ISO 100 to 6,400, 39 autofocus points, a 3.2” LCD display, the ability to shoot Full HD video at 24, 25 or 30 frames per second, and at 720p, you can hit 60 frames per second.
All videos will be shot in H.264 / MPEG-4 AVC format compression, delivering a maximum clip length of half an hour, tops. Heck, you can even have the live feed piped to the D600′s HDMI port as an uncompressed Full HD signal, now how about that? Are you looking forward to the Nikon D600?
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