Digital Cameras Guide

Entry-Level Full-Frame Nikon Rumor Gains Traction, Sensor Supplier Identifed

Entry-Level Full-Frame Nikon Rumor Gains Traction, Sensor Supplier Identifed

Full-frame (35mm) sensors like this one are bigger than the APS-C sensors in most DSLRs. They provide much better image quality but are expensive. The D600 may be the first truly affordable full-frame DSLR.

In late April we began to get tantalizing details regarding a possible "entry-level" full-frame DSLR from Nikon known as the D600. An Italian website may have just provided another piece of the puzzle by reporting that image sensor manufacturer Aptina is working on a 35mm full-frame sensor designed specifically for Nikon. Aptina is the same company responsible for the sensor in Nikon's 1 V1 mirrorless camera.

Source: Nikon Rumors 

All Reponses

Please login to comment or register here.
No Comments currently, be the first to roll the ball.

All News Categories