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Updated specifications for the Nikon D600

 
    

The release probability of the Nikon D600 for Photokina is now at 99%. Here is an updated list of the specifications (new additions in bold):

  • Very small and lightweight body
  • 16 bit image processing
  • Expeed 3 processor
  • Maximum video recording: 30 minutes
  • Built-in mic
  • 19 scene modes
  • Magnesium alloy only on top and back only
  • Maximum shutter speed of 1/4000
  • Shutter life: 150,000 cycles (the D800 is rated for 200,000 cycles)

Previously reported Nikon D600 specs:

  • 24.7MP full frame sensor
  • Weight: 760g (850g with battery and memory cards), the D800 weights 900g
  • 3.2" LCD with 921K dot with ambient sensor control
  • HDMI output
  • Video compression: H264/MPEG-4
  • Full HD with 30p, 25p, 24p, HD with 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p
  • Viewfinder coverage: 100%
  • The Nikon D600 will have built-in AF motor
  • The body most probably will be weather sealed
  • The D600 will not have built-in GPS
  • ISO range: 100-6400 (with Lo-1 ISO 50 and Hi-2 ISO 25,600)
  • 39 AF points (with an option of 11 AF points), 9 cross-type AF points
  • AF face detection
  • Exposure compensation: ±5 EV (same as the D800)
  • The D600 will probably use the EN-EL15 rechargeable Li-ion battery
  • 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
  • Fn button
  • Auto DX crop mode
  • In-camera RAW editor
  • Built in time-lapse functionality
  • Build-in HDR
  • New external battery grip
  • Internal AF motor
  • The price of the D600 is rumored to be very low - maybe as low as $1500
  • Announcement before Photokina (September 2012)
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  • Mark

    Is “Buit-in” and “Internal” the same thing (AF Motor)?

    • ashwins

      Yes. Otherwise for auto focus, the AF motor has to be in the lens (i.e., AF-S type lens).

      • Mark

        - The Nikon D600 will have built-in AF motor
        – Internal AF motor

        I was nitpicking the list. I don’t think the specs need to be padded on this baby.

  • http://www.martynday.com martyn

    Hmmm…. I have a D7000, feel like I bought the stop gap camera before Nikon could get this together.

    I was thinking of a D800 as my next camera but will the D600 fulfil my needs?

    Who is the D600 aimed at vs the D800?

    mart

    • FFS!!!!

      The D600 is the big brother to the D7000 and is aimed at keen enthusiast, amateur and semi pro shooters.

      The D800 is for rich keen enthusiasts, amateur, semi pro and Pro shooters.

      The D7000 is no stop gap camera, it is a semi pro DX camera and will be around (with updates) for a few years yet….

      Jay

  • Rahul

    From the specs and the looks it seems like an FX version of the D7000 :)

  • raavem

    Sounds good,
    will Nikon make this in a “retro style body? something like the mamiya 7??

  • peter

    Anybody if it will have timers for timelapse and cant do hi-speed sync..?? Or AFP i think it is in nikon terms?

  • http://ronscubadiver.wordpress.com Ron Scubadiver

    Sounds tasty.

    • Richard

      It could find a lot of uses at the rumored price. Many amateur/enthusiasts would find this appealing and I could see any number of professionals using it as a second/third/fourth body.

      If this turns out to be a D7000 with an FX sensor, I don’t think that is all bad. I just hope Nikon enlarged the buffer.

  • http://lilisnotes.com Carlos R.

    It’s out!

    $2099.95 body only at Adorama.

    • http://lilisnotes.com Carlos R.

      Well, for pre-order, anyway.

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