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Nikon D610 review of real life performance

We had assumed that Nikon would make a huge deal about the release date of its D610 DSLR, but it was released quietly, which we were surprised about. Something else that has not shocked us was how the D600 has been discontinued because why would you want the older model when it is more expensive than the refresh?

The Nikon D610 specs are improved in key areas over its predecessor, and so we expect reviews to pick up on this. There are not that many reviews out there at the moment, but we have found an interesting article that looks at the Nikon D610 real life performance.

This is often something that gets over-looked, and so it is nice to see such an early Nikon D610 review pick up on this. DPReview does not have their complete review for the D600 successor just yet, and so this is just a little teaser.

The Nikon D610 is coming and we can't wait
The Nikon D610 is coming and we can’t wait

In the review we have some Nikon D610 test shots, along with several downloadable RAW files, which includes night and day scenes. They then compared these images to comparable cameras to see how they hold up.

You will need to visit the source of the review in order to see all 24 Nikon D610 sample images, as these photos are intended for personal use only.

If you are looking for a complete list of Nikon D610 specs, features and accessories, then we would advise you to visit the Nikon website.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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