With the introduction of the D600, Nikon made a full-frame DSLR more accessible than ever before. The D600 was an extremely popular camera, but it had one fatal flaw, a shutter mechanism that became known for shedding particles, dust and oil on the sensor. While Nikon never acknowledged the problem officially, the D610 is clearly an answer to the shutter problem on the D600. The camera is essentially the same in almost every way. The biggest difference between the two cameras is a redesigned shutter mechanism (which leads to an ever-so-slightly higher FPS count) and an improved auto white balance. And it seems to be a good solution... we tested the camera fully, and it does not show the same dust and oil issues the D600 presented.



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