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Could we finally see a Full Frame DSLR at a competitive price point? Word around the block is the next generation Nikon D600 is set to release in September and should be on display at Photokina next month. Making the D600 the first in the Nikon line to bring a Full Frame sensor at the $1,500 range.

Front of the Nikon D600

The Specs

24.7MP full frame sensor
16 bit image processing
3.2″ LCD with 921K dot with ambient sensor control
Expeed 3 processor
Full HD with 30p, 25p, 24p, HD with 60p, 50p, 30p, 25p
Viewfinder coverage: 100%
Built-in AF motor
Magnesium alloy only on top and back only
ISO range: 100-6400 (with Lo-1 ISO 50 and Hi-2 ISO 25,600)
39 AF points (with an option of 11 AF points), 9 cross-type AF points
Exposure compensation: ±5 EV (same as the D800)
5 fps (same as the D700, the D800 has 4fps)
2 SD card slots with Eye-fi support
Build-in retouching images functionality
Built-in flash with sync speed of 1/250s
Two user settings: U1 and U2
In-camera RAW editor
Built in time-lapse functionality
Build-in HDR
19 scene modes
Maximum shutter speed of 1/4000
Shutter life: 150,000 cycles (the D800 is rated for 200,000 cycles)

(Via NikonRumors.com)

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