Nikon has revealed its D600 DSLR in an attempt to appeal to photographers who want professional features without the wallet-busting price tag of the Nikon D800.
The Nikon D600 packs in plenty of tech to keep enthusiastic shutterbugs happy, with a 24.3MP sensor, 1080p video recording and a 100-6400 ISO range.
With up to 5.5fps on offer, a good-for-900-shots battery, dual SD card recording and the same weatherproofing as the more expensive D800, the 760g (body only) Nikon D600 should make for a mighty tempting proposition for enthusiasts who can afford its £1955 price tag.
The Nikon D600 will hit shelves on September 18th, so stay tuned for a full Stuff review shortly.
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