The money-no-ob­ject op­tion

Nikon D610 £1080, $1500

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again, com­pared Spend nearly half as much

can move up to a with buy­ing a D7200, and you

Nikon D610 is the full-frame or ‘FX’ cam­era. The

but still boasts an clos­est thing to a bud­get op­tion,

spec­i­fi­ca­tions. Build im­pres­sive set of fea­tures and

and it boasts an qual­ity is on a par with the D7200,

con­trol lay­out. ex­tremely sim­i­lar de­sign and

the newer D7200 The D610 doesn’t quite match

or aut­o­fo­cus mod­ule, in terms of its im­age pro­ces­sor

3 chip and 39-point with its ear­lier-gen­er­a­tion EXPEED

to get a tighter depth AF sys­tem. How­ever, the abil­ity

length makes the D610 of field at any equiv­a­lent fo­cal

and still life shoot­ing, a bet­ter op­tion for por­trai­ture

cre­ative con­trol. and gen­er­ally gives you greater

With­out a DX crop fac­tor, the full-frame D610 en­ables a tighter depth of field at any ac­tual ver­sus ‘ef­fec­tive’ fo­cal length, making it ideal for shoot­ing still lifes and por­traits

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