Say what you will about Nikon’s handling of the whole D600 sensor oil debacle, but there is no denying that both the D600 and D610 are still very capable full frame cameras – more camera that most could ever need, if truth be told. Now, thanks to the recent release of the new Nikon D750, the D610 has seen a price drop.


When it was originally announced, the D610 commanded a price tag of just under $2000 at $1996.95, now, after a few pricing variations, you can now get one brand new for just under $1700, a nice $300 savings. If you are cool with refurbished gear, the discount is even higher, with a “new” refurb pricing in at just under $1500.

[REWIND: Nikon’s D750 – More A Winner’s Dinner Than A Dog’s Breakfast]

These are some pretty crazy prices, and are not to be passed up if you are looking to take the step into the full frame world.


Nikon D610 Specs

  • 24.3MP FX-Format CMOS Sensor
  • EXPEED 3 Image Processor
  • 3.2″ 921k-Dot LCD Monitor
  • Full HD 1080p Video Recording at 30 fps
  • External Mic and Headphone Inputs
  • Continuous Shooting up to 6 fps
  • Expandable Sensitivity to ISO 25600
  • Multi-CAM 4800 AF Sensor with 39 Points
  • Built-In Flash with Commander Mode
  • Supports WU-1b Wireless Mobile Adapter

If you are interested in taking advantage of these new low prices on the D610, you can find the brand new models here ($1696.95), and the refurb models here ($1499.95).

[via Nikon Rumors]