The new Nikon D600 is set for release this summer, yet there have been speculations about its specifications cropping up everywhere. The D600 is the entry-level full frame camera, which is lauded to be cheaper than its precursor, the Nikon D800. The D800 is packed with 36MP of image designed for professional photographers, hence the price.
At half the price of the D800, D600 specifications include dual SD card slots, Auto DX crop mode, GPS and in-camera RAW editor, and if this DSLR becomes available in the market, then even ordinary people can become a pro. Also included in the specs list is a 24.7MP full-frame sensor, a 3.2-inch LCD screen and full HD at a variety of frame rates. The biggest draw of the D600 is the built-in GPS, which is the very first for DSLRs functions. Other noteworthy functions are the 39 autofocus points, AF face detection, and weather-sealed body.
This has been a big year for Nikon considering they have had three DSLR releases for the past five months alone. With the release of the Nikon D600 this summer, the company will surely dominate camera sales. Introducing an affordable full-frame camera is a surefire way to get the attention of camera enthusiasts.