Entry-level full frame rumors are certainly getting their time in the spotlight today. Immediately following rumors that the 7D Mark II might become the Canon FF entry-level we’ve all been waiting for, we now have the first pictures of Nikon’s D600. Initial rumors about the entry-level full frame, which is supposed to be the true sequel to the D700, were met with significant reservations, but these pictures seem to leave no more doubt that the camera really is in the works.
New specs were also leaked for the shooter, including: 24.7-megapixel full frame sensor, 3.2-inch 921K dot LCD, built-in AF motor, weather-sealed body, ISO range 100-6400 (expandable to 50-25,600), 39 AF points (9 cross-type), same exposure comp as the D800 and both Full HD video (30p, 25p and 24p) and standard HD video (60p, 50p, 30p, 25p).
Even with a leak this big, rumors are still just rumors, and will remain so until Nikon either confirms or denies them. But it does look like the SLR camera market will be getting a serious shake up come September. For a more comprehensive overview of the specs, be sure to check out the full list over on Nikon Rumors.
(via Nikon Rumors)