Just this last hour, Nikon unveiled the D600, a 24 megapixels full-frame DSLR with huge capabilities at a never-seen-before price. This DSLR uses a newly developed FX sensor with ISO sensitivity range of 100 – 6400, expandable to 50 – 25600 and is capable of shooting at 5.5 FPS and capturing full 1080p HD video.
Even though its price is lower than all full-frame DSLRs before it, the Nikon D600 is a feature-rich camera with sophisticated photographic controls and everything expected for a professional-level camera: 100% coverage viewfinder, weather-sealed body, dual control-dials and plenty of external controls.
Neocamera got to use a production camera and we have prepared an exclusive Hands On preview of the Nikon D600, complete with image gallery and samples crops for the entire ISO 50 to 25600 range.
In what must be record-time, the Nikon D600 will be on sale next week, on September 18th, for a suggested price of $2099 USD or $2179 CDN. It will also be available with a AF-S 24-85mm F/3.5-4.5G ED lens for $2699 USD or $2749 CDN. It can already be pre-ordered right here.