Really nice camera with many settings.
Had looked at upgrading to an FX camera and touched on this a while. However, the price tag a bit too high. Was lucky and found a basically new in the alternative, which was bought for 8000 SEK.
Heavier than the D3300, which I thought worked well as an entry-level camera, but oh so many more settings and functions in the D610.
The only downside is that it has a low pass filter, which allows the camera does not produce as sharp as it would have done if the filter is not set there. It bothers me when I do not get as sharp as I would otherwise want.
His partner was very pleased and think that it significantly better than their old (d7000).
They changed me from D7000 to D610. D7000 is really not a bad camera but oh so much better 610 feels. It is larger and heavier and thus fits better in my hands. The weight makes it feel firmer. Better than isoresultat 7000th
The biggest difference is of course, however full size. All of a sudden you get everything in the picture without having to backtrack through all eternity, and it is worth gold! Cruel dynamic range.
I have to also say that I think that the images will be slightly sharper with D610 to D7000 with my lens. Tex, I have tested the sigma 150-500 on both cameras and I want to state that the images are sharper on the D610.
That the "only" capable of 1/4000 shutter speed, I do not see as a problem. I was up at 1/8000 and aperture 22:01 time on the D7000, and it did not anyway, but it required a gray filter to get the picture dark enough.
I chose between the D610 and D800, and the choice fell on the D610. And it is because of what you get for the price. Tex 6b / sec against the fourth
I did not think 36mp justified 3-4000kr more. Have I made the squad with 16mp to 24mp D7000 will do so well.
If you are in the choice to trade up from crop to full-frame so 610 is an excellent choice.
Is nothing negative to say at all. Or, the negative would be well if so be that you probably need to buy you a bunch of new lenses, then the DX lens is often much cheaper, it's DX-optics one often has when going from DX to FX.
BUY BUY BUY!