Back in August, it was rumored that Nikon was set to announced a couple of new cameras, and the Nikon D610 was one of them. The camera is is expected to be the successor of the Nikon D600 and according to the folks at Nikon Rumors, they are expecting the announcement to take place on the 7th-8th of October. According to the rumors, the D610 will not feature groundbreaking hardware improvements, but rather a slight upgrade over its predecessor, one of them being improved continuous shooting speed which is said to be set at 6fps, versus the 5.5fps on the Nikon D600.
Other specifications include a 24.3MP sensor, an ISO range of 100-6,400, 39-point AF system, 100% viewfinder coverage, Full HD video recording, a 3.2” LCD display, and will not come with WiFi or GPS capabilities which admittedly is a bit odd given that both features are starting to become pretty common in cameras these days. In any case take it with a grain of salt for now, but we’re only two weeks off from the rumored announcement so we guess we won’t have to wait too long to see if it pans out.
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