Full frame cameras have been the fine line that divided amateurs/hobbyists from serious professionals for the longest time. Mostly, it was due to the fact that an amateur would have a hard time justifying the usually skyscraper-high price tag of a full frame. The professional, however, could easily shell out that kind of money, because the quality (and the work requirement) justified it.
However, there is now a new movement. A movement to put the prowess of a pro-grade camera into the hands of serious hobbyists (or professionals who are tight on funds). The new trend is marked by the Nikon D600, a “budget” full frame DSLR from Nikon that was announced on September 13.
Probably the worst kept secret in the history of photography product launches, the D600 packs in a sweet 24 megapixel full frame sensor. If you’re a number junkie, that’s 2 whole megapixels more than Canon’s 5D MarkIII and 3 more than the 5D MarkII, which can be had for about the same price as the D600, but it is an old camera.
The Nikon D600 has a lot going for itself. What we like so far:
What we do not like about the Nikon D600 so far:
We’re going to be putting the Nikon D600 a lot of testing in the coming few days, so stay tuned for our in-depth review of this new budget full frame DSLR that is set to change a lot in the photography world.
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