Nikon D600: Smallest, Cheapest and Lightest full-frame DSLR

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Nikon D600: Smallest, Cheapest and Lightest full-frame DSLR

Nikon has launched its smallest and lightest DSLR camera ever. The camera is named Nikon D600. The product is also the cheapest in Nikon’s portfolio of DSLR cameras. The pricing differs across the US, UK and other European markets. In US market, the product is priced $2,100 (approximately Rs.1,17,000) where as in UK and other European markets, the camera is priced 1,75,000 and 1,71,000 respectively. 

Nikon D600 has all it takes to impress users. It has almost compatible features similar to other high-end DSLR cameras being released by Nikon. This underlines the camera to be a good value for the money spent. The most notable feature is the presence of weather resistance similar to the one present in D800 and D800E. The exterior body panel of the camera is made with magnesium alloy thereby giving it an elegant and professional look. 

One of the cute attractions in Nikon D600 is its Expeed 3 Imaging Processor. Company sources claim that it designed to provide 20 times faster processing speed compared to D700 model. Additional benefits of the chip are its improved dynamic range and color reproduction. Users can easily connect any other smartphone device with the camera using new Wi-Fi Dongle included in it. The camera is capable of 1080p video recording at 30fps. The product also consists of an app that is compatible with only android as of now. This app will allow users to control the camera remotely. Users can also enjoy a ‘Live view’ and downloading of the pictures directly from the tablet or smartphone using this app. 

Nikon D600 is compatible with any DX lens from Nikon. Up on attaching any Nikon based DX lens in to this camera, the camera will automatically switch in to ‘Cropped Mode’. Overall this camera is a very nice package with advanced and high-end technological features in it.

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