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Full-frame Nikon D600 on the way

Leaked shot suggests an affordable, enthusiast-friendly 24.7-megapixel DSLR might be around the corner

Rumour has it a new Nikon DSLR is on the way, and it’s packing both a full-frame sensor and a distinctly reasonable price tag.

An apparent leaked shot of the Nikon D600 is currently doing the rounds on the web, and according to rumours it’s got a 24.7-megapixel full-frame sensor, 39-point autofocus system, maximum ISO of 25,600 and 3.2-inch screen. And apparently it’s due to be released in mid-September with a price tag of around US$1,500 (around £950) – that’s less than half the price of the current 36-megapixel, full-frame D800.

If the rumours prove accurate, it means there’s another affordable semi-pro DSLR coming to the market.

[via Slashgear]

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