Conclusion: We really like the Nikon D610, as many of our photographs we shot were spectacular. At the end of the day, however, the kit didn’t really wow us like the Sony A7, which is a breakthrough camera.
Pros: Superior full-frame stills, Quality Full HD videos, Good feel and response
Cons: Expensive, heavy – but totally expected, Specs not world-class, Onboard mono mic
Summary: The D610 is the D600 for all photographic purposes. Image-quality is identical with very slightly improved AWB and speed. Truly, these changes are minimal. The D600 being an excellent DSLR, so is the D610 without a doubt. The Nikon D610 essentially replaces the D600 with an identical twin.
Pros: Class-leading image noise, Class-leading dynamic-range, Good color-accuracy after tweaking, Speedy autofocus, Generally fast and responsive, Ultra-short black-out, Flexible self-timer and exposure delay, Very sharp LCD, Highly customizable with plenty of controls, Dual memory cards can provide in...
Cons: Under-exposure more frequent than usual, Light entering OVF skews metering, Increased softness at ISO 3200+, Strong anti-alias filter, EC button placement not ideal, Indistinct ISO button, Poor Live-view, not Exposure-Priority, Bizarre Auto ISO, Exposure Delay mode hidden in menu, No 16:9 guideli...
Summary: The question people will want answered is whether the D610 suffers from the same dust or oil trait that befell the D600. The good news is that it doesn't - I took more than 3,000 shots against an illuminated white background in the AP studio and, reviewing images before and after at 100%, I'm happy...
Excerpt: Nikon’s latest consumer pitched full frame DSLR in the D610 updates 2012’s D600, and in doing so again offers the largest physical chip size to be found in a digital camera based on a 35mm film SLR, here boasting a top resolution of 24.3 megapixels.
Larger full frame sensor and weather sealed body nudges this DSLR into pro territory, workhorse like build, swift response times, large and bright optical viewfinder
No body-integral Wi-Fi connectivity, expensive if you don’t need a full frame DSLR, chunky and bulky compared to consumer level sub £1000 DSLRs
Summary: Nikon cleans up its full-frame act with the D600 upgrade
Pros: High build quality, Excellent quality images, Reliable AF system, Clean sensor, At $1997/£1962 body only the D610 isn't a cheap camera, but it's a relatively affordable step into full-frame photography for Nikon lovers. A full-frame sensor brings benefits to wide-angle shooting and depth of field...
Cons: No major step-up on D600, AF clumped in center, Odd info display options, JPEG-only HDR mode, No Wi-Fi, Fixed screen, Nikon appears to have missed the opportunity (or not had the time) to include a few features that are becoming popular. Wi-Fi connectivity is fast becoming expected as people want...
Conclusion: Die Nikon D610 lässt mich mit gemischten Gefühlen zurück. So muss ich einerseits sagen: Als Bildquali-Upgrade zu meiner D7000 und jeder anderen Consumer-DSLR ist das Mid-Price-Vollformat uneingeschränkt empfehlenswert.
Excerpt: Le Nikon D610 vient donc effacer les errements de son prédécesseur en offrant cette fois-ci un boîtier amateur plein format sans problème de capteur. Qu’apporte donc de nouveau cet appareil ? Rien si ce n’est une rafale qui monte à 6 images par seconde et à 3 images par seconde en mode silencieux.
Pros: Viseur 100%, Qualité d'image jusqu'à 6400iso, Réactif
Cons: Pas de Wi-Fi ou de GPS intégrés, Pas d'écran orientable, Zone d'AF trop centrée dans le cadre de visé