The Nikon D600 will have a price of $2,100 and is likely to be $2,000 on the street
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/25/2012 -- Price of the all new Nikon D600 is exciting news for photo enthusiasts, who have been dealing with high prices of like cameras, such as the D800 and 5D Mark III.
The relatively affordable price and high quality of the unit is a sharp increase of bang-for-buck value. The 5D Mark II was priced at nearly the same price as a last-generation camera.
The D600 has a larger full-frame sensor equivalent to a frame of 35mm film. The reason this is so important to potential buyers is they allow larger photosites per pixel. This results better quality for a given resolution, and provides more creative depth of focus at various focal lengths.
Experts say the D600 is, in essence, the D7000 in regards to sensor and video capabilities. And it is precisely those aspects that you are paying extra for.
For those who shoot telephoto, and need not utilize wider angles or demand fast lenses, one may can stick with the D7000 units, and use the money saved for better lens selections. However, for the extra $1,000, the D600 has automatic framing to APS-C. It also do not lose DX support.
About Nikon D600
Nikon D600 (http://www.squidoo.com/nikond600) offers those looking to buy the affordable D600 from Nikon information on where they can find all your information. Browse information on the 17 lenses regarding the high-quality model. Visitors can also watch a video on the specifications of the model, and read through spec listings on the Nikon D600.
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