Sep 132012
 

The Nikon D600 is the most affordable full-frame DSLR ever released. It is the younger sibling of the immensely popular D800 and carries a lot of the same features. Another way to look at it is a D7000 body with a full-frame sensor since it also shares a lot of things with that camera. The full-frame sensor is 24 megapixels which puts it on par or above every full-frame camera on the market with the exception of the D800. At a MSRP of $2099 this is going to be an extremely popular camera.

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Jul 022012
 

The Nikon D800 is a full-frame DSLR announced back in February 2012 and launched in March 2012. The camera was exceedingly popular when it was announced and some sites like B&H had so many pre-orders that people who didn’t get their order in the first hour of it being available were waiting several extra months to receive their camera. Nikon was always usually behind Canon in the megapixel war so they came out with this 36.3 MP beast.

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