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Compare Prices of Nikon D610 Body Only

Lowest price for the Nikon D610 Body Only in the Philippines is ₱ 55,500.00

You can buy the Nikon D610 Body Only at the lowest price of ₱ 55,500.00 from Lazada which is 38% cheaper than the Nikon D610 Body Only that is sold by Galleon at the price of ₱ 88,874.00.
Alternatively, the Nikon D610 Body Only is also sold in Indonesia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 58,089.00 and Malaysia at Lazada with the price of ₱ 48,916.00 and Singapore at Lazada with the price of ₱ 54,800.00 and Vietnam at Bình Minh Digital with the price of ₱ 54,372.00.
Pricing details were last updated at 13 July 2018, 17:49.

Price List by Country for Nikon D610 Body Only

Country International Price Price in PHP
Indonesia IDR 15.499.000 PHP 58,089.00
Malaysia MYR 3,999.00 PHP 48,916.00
Philippines PHP 55,500.00 PHP 55,500.00
Singapore SGD 1,398.00 PHP 54,800.00
Vietnam VND 23.400.000 PHP 54,372.00

Specs of Nikon D610 Body Only

Picture Quality
Camera Resolution 24MP
Sensor
Sensor Size 35.9 x 24mm
Sensor Type CMOS
Display
Screen Size 3.2"
Touchscreen
Hinged
Tiltable
Swivel
Off Mode
Anti Smudge Coating
Anti Scratch
Live View
Viewfinder Optical
Packaging Content
Camera Version Body Only
Video
Video Resolution Full HD
Image
ISO Minimum 50
ISO Maximum 25600
ISO Auto
White Balance
Photography Features
Continuous Drive 6fps
Connectivity
Wi-Fi
NFC
Bluetooth
HDMI
USB
Optics & Focus
Manual Focus
Lens Mount F
Number of Focus Points 39
Physical
Weight 850g
Dimensions (W x H x D) 141 x 113 x 82mm
Shutter
Maximum Shutter Speed 1/4000s
Launch
Release Year 2013
Colour
Colour Black

Reviews of Nikon D610 Body Only

dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2017-06-23
Last updated: June 23, 2017For those wanting to step up from entry-level to midrange ILCs, there are many things to consider, including the choice between a DSLR or mirrorless camera, what sensor size suits you best, how important video is to you, and of...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-12-08
For those wanting to step up from entry-level to midrange ILCs, there are many things to consider, including the choice between a DSLR or mirrorless camera, what sensor size suits you best, how important video is to you, and of course the lens system.Whil...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-20
This roundup is a little unusual, in that the cameras in this price bracket span both flagship and entry-level products. Specifically, several flagship APS-C and Micro Four Thirds cameras, and a handful of entry-level full-frame options. We've called out...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2015-11-20
This roundup is a little unusual, in that the cameras in this price bracket span both flagship and entry-level products. Specifically, several flagship APS-C and Micro Four Thirds cameras, and a handful of entry-level full-frame options. We've called out...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-08
This roundup contains the majority of current full-frame camera offerings available. Full-frame cameras have image sensors as large as a frame of 35mm film...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-12-08
This roundup contains the majority of current full-frame camera offerings available. Full-frame cameras have image sensors as large as a frame of 35mm film...
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dpreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-12
Outstanding high ISO performance in both JPEG and Raw files, High quality JPEG images at default settings, Wide dynamic range in Raw files, Consistently pleasing metering and white balance results, Solid build quality and weathersealing, Responsive camera...
Small coverage area of AF array compared to its peers, Slow AF in live view and video modes, Rear LCD prone to glare in bright sunlight, No 'live' aperture control in live view or video mode, No histogram in live view, When shooting in live view, rear scr...
Just a year after the arrival of Nikon's full-frame D600 in the fall of 2012, its replacement arrived in 2013. The D610 is the exact same as the D600 but with a new shutter mechanism that boosts continuous shooting and adds a 'Quiet Continuous' mode. The ...
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steves-digicams.com
Reviewed on 2014-01-24
Quick TakeProsiAuto shooting mode is accurate and easy in all situationsDedicated Video Capture Button is always ready to recordOverall performance is incredibly fastAmazing image quality at lower ISO settingsHigher ISO settings do produce a lot of noi...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-19
Excellent high-ISO quality. Uncompressed 1080p workflow. 6.1fps shooting. 39-point AF system. Compact, full-frame body. Sharp rear display. Dual SD card slots.
No GPS, Wi-Fi, or PC sync socket. Compressed control layout. Must initiate autofocus manually during video recording
The Nikon D610 ($1,999.95 direct, body only)%displayPrice% at %seller% is a minor update to the company's first entry-level full-frame D-SLR, last year's D600$1,399.98 at Amazon. The only notable change is a new shutter that supports a slightly faster bur...
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imaging-resource.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-03
Eliminated sensor dustandoil spot issue from D600, Great controls for amateur or pro, Comfortable ergonomics and weight, Excellent image quality and lowlight performance, Very good dynamic range, Excellent battery life, Builtin lens correction.
Not drastically different from D600, Moire with certain subjects, Auto WB still too warm in incandescent light, Slow AF in live view mode, Aliasing in videos
Last fall, Nikon made full-frame photography more affordable than ever with the introduction of the D600 prosumer DSLR. Now, the company is back one year later with a slightly upgraded model -- the Nikon D610 -- featuring a new shutter mechanism that not ...
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cameralabs.com
Reviewed on 2013-12-01
24.3 Megapixel FX CMOS sensor, 39-point AF with 9 cross-type sensors, 6fps full-frame continuous shooting, Compatible with DX lenses, 1080p30 and uncompressed HDMI out, Built-in AF motor for non AF-S lenses, Sensor contamination fixed (anecdotal).
Resolution drops to 10.5 MPix with DX lenses, No exposure control during movie recording, Bracketing limited to 3 frames, Wifi and GPS are separate accessories.
Nikon D610 review The Nikon D610 is a 'budget' full-frame DSLR, aimed at enthusiasts upgrading from mid-range models or pros looking for an affordable backup for a higher-end body. Announced in October 2013, it replaces the one-year-old D600 and like ...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-15
The Nikon D610 continues the D600's tradition of a great set of shooting features, comfortable and intelligent design, and excellent photo quality and performance
Photos still display some unrecoverable clipping in the highlights that you don't expect in a camera of its caliber, and unlike the overhauled D5300, the D610 requires an extra-cost Wi-Fi dongle for connectivity
Editors' note: Given that the D610 is nearly identical to the D600, I have borrowed substantially from my review of the latter camera. I did retest for performance and selected photo quality aspects, however, as noted within the review. About a year ag...
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photographyblog.com
Reviewed on 2013-11-12
The Nikon D610 is a full-frame digital SLR camera featuring a 24.3-megapixel FX format sensor, 39-point AF system, 14-bit analogue-to-digital conversion and a glass prism optical viewfinder with 100% frame coverage. The new D610 is identical to the previo...
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dxomark.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-18
In less than a year the Nikon D610 replaces the hugely popular full frame 24mpix D600 and features a new, improved shutter mechanism and some minor improvements to the auto white balance system. Although the firm didn't announce any improvements to the se...
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Neocamera.com
Reviewed on 2013-10-08
Classleading image noise, Classleading dynamicrange, Good coloraccuracy after tweaking, Speedy autofocus, Generally fast and responsive, Ultrashort blackout, Flexible selftimer and exposure delay, Very sharp LCD, Highly customizable with plenty of control...
Underexposure more frequent than usual, Light entering OVF skews metering, Increased softness at ISO 3200, Strong antialias filter, EC button placement not ideal, Indistinct ISO button, Poor Liveview, not ExposurePriority, Bizarre Auto ISO, Exposure Delay...
The Nikon D610 boasts professional camera features in the lowest cost full-frame DSLR on the market. Its large 24 megapixels CMOS sensor is capable of shooting continuously at 6 FPS and capturing full 1080p HD video. The durable body of the D610 features ...
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photoreview.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-02-28
The lack of weatherproofing makes this camera (and its predecessor) less than ideal for travelling or hiking. However, the magnesium alloy front and rear chassis and polycarbonate resin top cover and cladding make it robust enough for general use and the ...
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goodgearguide.com.au
Reviewed on 2014-01-23
Full-frame sensor, Great low-light performance, Feels comfortable to use
Screen doesn't have a hinge, Some slight chromatic aberration
The D610 has a compact size that belies the full-frame sensor it houses within. It's sturdy and comfortable to hold, and it packs the traditional controls and functions you're already used to if you're a Nikon user. It's definitely an intuitive camera, bu...
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brisbanetimes.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-12-05
One thing that hasn't changed is the beautiful image quality. The relatively low pixel density means low noise and wide dynamic range. Mechanically the D610 is responsive. We like the price this is an entry into the joys of full frame at a price once fill...
The D610 does feel oldfashioned. The new Sony a7, which we assume uses the same 24megapixel sensor, is smaller, lighter and slightly cheaper
This 24-megapixel full- frame DSLR has a couple of improvements on the D600 released last year. Burst mode speed is increased from 5.5 to 6 frames a second; auto white balance has been tweaked and a Quiet Shutter Continuous mode (which is not all that...
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smh.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-12-05
Cameras DateDecember 5, 2013 (1) Read later This 24-megapixel full- frame DSLR has a couple of improvements on the D600 released last year. Burst mode speed is increased from 5.5 to 6 frames a second; auto white balance has been tweaked and a ...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2013-11-16
The Nikon D610 continues the D600's tradition of a great set of shooting features, comfortable and intelligent design, and excellent photo quality and performance
Photos still display some unrecoverable clipping in the highlights that you don't expect in a camera of its caliber, and unlike the overhauled D5300, the D610 requires an extra-cost Wi-Fi dongle for connectivity
Editors' note: Given that the D610 is nearly identical to the D600, I have borrowed substantially from my review of the latter camera. I did retest for performance and selected photo quality aspects, however, as noted within the review.About a year ago, N...
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