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Reading between the not-very-well-concealed lines, it rather looks as if the new D610 is little more than a D600 with an improved shutter mechanism designed to avoid the oil-on-sensor problems reported with a few of the early D600 cameras.
A very slightly improved continuous shooting rate and a quiet continuous mode also result from the new shutter.
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The D600 sounds like it could be a bargain buy with the new model replacing it?
Isn't the new D610 similar in price to the D800 body only, if that's the case i know which one I would go for.
Quote: Isn't the new D610 similar in price to the D800 body only, if that's the case i know which one I would go for.
As you say, Sitan1, until the D610 price drops by £400-£500, it really is "no contest". (especially as I have not heard any recent buyers of the D600 complaining about oil on sensor problems - so the choice is really between an "old" D600 at around £1200 or a D800 at around £1900.)
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