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GAYA HIDUPEntry Level FX Nikon D600 Looking Closer To A Reality Before Photokina

Entry Level FX Nikon D600 Looking Closer To A Reality Before Photokina

Looks like the whole prediction for cheaper, full-frame cameras from both Canon and Nikon is coming closer to fruition. The guys over at Nikon Rumors have given the D600 rumor an 80% chance of happening and if they say so, chances are they are right. Slated to be shown to the world before Photokina, here are some of the specs for the supposed entry-level full frame shooter:

•    39 AF points (with an option of 11 AF points)
•    5 fps (same as the D700, the D800 has 4fps)
•    2 SD card slots with Eye-fi support
•    Build-in retouching images functionality
•    Built-in flash with sync speed of 1/250s
•    Two user settings: U1 and U2
•    GPS
•    HD video
•    The sensor inside the D600 will probably be 24MP (made by Sony, modified by Nikon)
•    Auto DX crop mode
•    In-camera RAW editor
•    Built in time-lapse functionality
•    Possibly with build-in HDR
•    Possibly with integrated GPS
•    New external battery grip
•    To be released this summer
•    The D600 will probably not have an internal AF motor, which means it will work only with AF-S lenses (just like the D3200 and D5100)
•    The price of the D600 is rumored to be very low – maybe as low as $1500
•    Announcement before Photokina (September 2012)
•    One or more low-priced f/4 lenses will be announced with the D600. For example, Nikon recently filed a patent for a 24-70mm f/3.5-4.5 full frame lens which seems to be designed for a cheaper FX DSLR body

So what do you think? At US$1,500, is the a perfect bridge camera for DX to FX? All I know is that I can’t wait to see what Canon has as an answer to this!

(Source: Nikon Rumors)



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