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Ever since the Nikon D600 images have been leaked to the press, everyone was eagerly waiting for this incredible piece of technology. Therefore when it was released, it was eagerly lapped up by both novices and experts of photography. One of the biggest USP of the D600 is its price which is within the reach of ordinary mortals. Priced at $2100 it offers features which can rub shoulders with the best and high brow cameras like the Canon’s EOS 5D Mark III and the full frame Alpha A99 from Sony.
The 24 megapixel camera is priced considerably lower than most of the contemporary brands. The resolution is not the only feature of the D600 Nikon. The body of the camera is pretty tough and made of weather and dust resistant alloy of magnesium. It has in its heart an incredibly quick Exspeed III processor and AF with an f/8. It is light weight but not to the point of making it feels like a paper carton.
The D600 is equipped to handle wireless transfers and triggers. It uses a WU-1b to accomplish these functions and is plugged into the camera’s USB port. The D600 also features an Android app which enables any mobile device to communicate with the camera. The iOS app is touted to be introduced by the end of this month.
The D600 has the same ISO 100-6400 ratings as the D800; the images are as clean and rich as the D800. The D600 is on sale in US and UK from the 18th September. The device costs $2,099.95 in the US and WU-1b will be available on the same day for $60 and the MB-D14 Multi Power Battery Pack will ship later in the month for $322.
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