While much of the camera world gunning for mirrorless expansion, Nikon
's staying focused on the high-end. But, in an effort to battle recent efforts from Olympus and Canon, it's making access to full-frame DSLRs a bit easier. The company's newest camera is the D600, a full-frame (FX) camera that's much smaller than the D4, D3 and D800, delivering a 24.3MP FX-format CMOS sensor, an EXPEED 3 image processor and support for 1080p HD movie recording. Also, like the D3200, this one will support wireless share and capturing through an iOS and / or Android app. The optional WU-1b Wireless Adapter is necessary to make that magic work, with it plugging into the USB port on the unit's side.
There's also a 39-point AF system, an ISO range of 100-6400 (expandable from 50-25,600), and the ability to shoot 5.5 fps at full resolution with full AF. There's a 3.2" LCD on the rear, an HDR mode, and the ability to to transfer uncompressed video via HDMI and monitoring/streaming capability. While not cheap by any means, it's definitely a bargain lower price point when looking at full-frame options; it'll ship on September 18th for $2099.95, or $2699.95 with the NIKKOR 24-85mm f/3.5-4.5G ED VR lens.