Nikon D610

  • Nikon D610
87
Based on 30 scores, 52 reviews available
  • Excellent:
    19
  • Good:
    10
  • Average:
    1
  • Bad:
    0

Pros:

  • Great set of shooting features.
  • Comfortable.
  • Great design.

Cons:

  • Photos still display some unrecoverable clipping in the highlights.
  • Requires an extra-cost Wi-Fi dongle for connectivity.

Expert reviews and ratings

By Digital Photography Review on 87

The Nikon D610 brings full frame capabilities to a larger audience, while retaining most enthusiast-friendly features. Image quality at high ISO sensitivities is very good and a wealth of customization options enables quick access to most shooting...

By reviewed.com on 95

While smaller, lighter, full-frame mirrorless cameras might be an inevitability, the D610 is as good as enthusiast-grade full-frame shooting gets for the time being.That's not to say that the D610, and DSLRs like it, couldn't take a page from Sony's...

By Photo Review Australia on 88

As mentioned above, the only differences between the D610 and the D600 are the improvement to auto white balance adjustment, the slightly faster continuous frame rate and the new quiet continuous shutter drive mode. Otherwise, the two models are...

By camerastuffreviewcom on 89

A little over a year ago, the Nikon D600, Nikon's smallest and lightest digital SLR camera with a 24-megapixel FX sensor, was billed as a game-changer: a compact, full-frame camera with a modest price tag ("Full frame for all"). Stories appeared on...

By Digital Trends on 80

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 its predecessor, the D600 or the Sony A7, which is a breakthrough camera. It's not to say you won't be...

By Pocket-lint on 90

The only criticism we can really throw at the Nikon D610 is that it's nothing more than a D600 with minor tweaks. That may be solely to inspire greater confidence in the company's entry-level full-frame model, or it might just be part of the...

By Steves Digicams on

By Josh Fate Nikon recently released the D610, which serves as an upgrade to the D600 that featured a few issues hindering the popularity of the camera. For the most part, there were very few changes from the D600. It features the same 24.3-Megapixel...

By Good Gear Guide on 80

Nikon's D610 is a great value camera for anyone wanting to move from a crop sensor to a full-frame model. It's performance is great overall, and the build of the camera is solid. We like...

By pdnonline.com on

So where does this leave D600 owners? A little screwed, to tell you the truth. It's a shame that Nikon had to produce a whole new camera to solve an issue you'd think would have turned up in pre-release testing for the D600. While that camera's dust/oil...

By Expert Reviews on 100

Barely different but still brilliant, this replaces the D600 as our Best Buy full-frame...

By Macworld UK on 80

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....

By PC Mag on 80

The Nikon D610 is a very minor update to the D600; its burst rate is slightly faster, but otherwise it's the same...

By Amateur Photographer on 84

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 doesnt - I took more than 3,000 shots against an illuminated white background in the AP studio and,...

By DPexpert on

REVIEW—NIKON D610 DSLR] by terry on 5 December 2013 Price: $2035 body $2770 with 24—85mm lens (street price) Small improvement on the D600 THE LOW-DOWN: This 24 megapixel full frame DSLR has a couple of improvements on the D600 released last year....

By Sydney Morning Herald on

Cameras DateDecember 5, 2013 (1) Read later This 24-megapixel full- frame DSLR has a couple of improvements on the D600 released last year. Burst mode speed is increased from 5.5 to 6 frames a second; auto white balance has been tweaked and a...

By brisbanetimes.com.au on

For anyone with a bag of Nikon lenses, a budget and a hankering for a full-frame camera this is the way to go. If some of your lenses are for cropped sensor APS cameras the D610 will recognise them and adjust the frame size. For anyone moving up with no...

By The Imaging Resource on 90

The Nikon D610 is the camera last year's D600 was supposed to be, with a redesigned shutter mechanism that eliminates the dust-and-oil spot issue that plagued its predecessor. The new D610 keeps the affordable full-frame DSLR price point, as well as the...

By Camera Labs on 86

Essentially, the D610 lays to rest some questions over the earlier D600's susceptibility to sensor contamination and adds a couple of quite minor updates. That'll reassure those enthusiasts and keen Nikon watchers who were biding their time, but my...

By TrustedReviews on 90

The Nikon D610 doesn’t offer many improvements on the Nikon D600, although it does fix the reported shutter mechanism issue.

By CNET Australia on 80

Though competition's increasing for low-end full-frame cameras, the Nikon D610 holds its own; that said, while slightly faster than its predecessor it's not a whole lot...