The Nikon D610 is one of the best values of any full-frame camera, currently selling for under $1,500 for the body. The Nikon D610 replaced the D600, a promising discharge that was plagued by an unusual accumulation of oil and dust on the sensor. To help solve the issue, Nikon sealed the D610 to the specifications of its more expensive full-frame DSLRs like the Nikon D810. Below are our picks to find the best lenses for Nikon D610 including the kits options and various other prime and zoom lenses from wide-angle to telephoto. Nikon released the D750 in the fall of 2014, another great camera but pricier than the D610.
Nikon D610 is among the best ideals of any full-frame cameras and now it is currently sold for $1,496.95. The Nikon D610 has a great set of shooting features, comfortable and intelligent design, and excellent image quality and efficiency. Nikon D610’s 24.3MP FX-format CMOS sensor produced excellent JPEG image quality and performed very well at high sensitivities. The D610 includes a slightly faster shutter which runs to 6 FPS, as opposed to the 5.5 FPS of the D600, and a new 3 FPS Quiet Continuous (Qc) shutter mode, makes less noise while doing so.
Below are the top recommended lenses for Nikon D610 DSLR camera. See the list below and choose the one you need.