Performance that Fuels the Passion: New Nikon D600 Puts FX-format in Focus for Photo Enthusiasts
As Nikon’s smallest, lightest and most affordable full-frame HD-SLR, the D600 packs in powerful, pro-grade photo and video features with wireless sharing and capture capabilities
Mississauga, ON, September 13, 2012 – Today, Nikon Canada announced the 24.3-megapixel D600, an HD-SLR designed to deliver the image quality and performance benefits of a full-frame FX-format sensor in a lightweight, compact form factor. Built for enthusiasts who are ready to take their photography skills to the next level, the D600 offers the superior image quality for which Nikon is known, and makes the transition to full-frame photography more attractive than ever.
Whether shooting stills or Full HD (1080p) video, the Nikon D600’s bundle of advanced features and Nikon imaging technologies, such as the newly developed high-resolution CMOS sensor and EXPEED 3 image processing engine, will meet the needs of the most demanding visionaries. Additionally, Nikon’s new optional WU-1b wireless adapter allows users to shoot high-quality HD-SLR images and transfer them to their mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets, making it easier to stay connected.
“For many, image-making is so much more than a hobby; it is a lifestyle that captures the world as it is perceived by users,” said Gregory Flasch, National Advertising and Communications Manager at Nikon Canada. “The Nikon D600 represents a new category of cameras for this class of user, and demonstrates Nikon’s devotion to passionate photographers who are always looking for new ways to express their creativity through their photos and HD videos. By offering users the advanced FX-format and key features inherited from our professional cameras, along with new functions like optional wireless capabilities, Nikon is empowering photographers with an imaging experience that satisfies like never before.”
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