New Nikon D610

Nikon has announced the D610 – a camera mostly unchanged from its predecessor the D600. The improvements are pretty much limited to the shutter mechanism, which has been replaced to deal with the dust issue, adding a couple of features along the way including a continuous shooting mode that has been bumped from 5.5 to 6fps, the ability to shoot up to 3fps in a new quiet continuous mode, and weather sealing that matches the D800.

The D610 will be ship later this month for $2,000 for the body only and $2,600 in a kit with the 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G lens.