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Nikon D610 vs Nikon D800


Nikon D610 vs Nikon D800 Specification comparison review, take a look at the specification comparison review of both the camera below.

Nikon-D610-vs-Nikon-D800-imageSensor and low-light performance: Nikon D800 features more resolution compared to Nikon D610 DSLR (24 MP vs 36 MP) but the Sensor size remains same (35.9 X 24mm), it’s obvious that Nikon D800 photodiodes are small compared to Nikon D610, hence the D610 will give Slightly better low-light performance compared to Nikon D800.

Advance AF System in Nikon D800: Nikon D800 features advance AF system with 51 AF points and 15 cross-type focus points on the other side we have Nikon D610 with 39 AF points and 9 cross-type focus points.

Shutter Range: I never used shutter speed more than 1/4000.


Nikon D800 need better lighting condition and high quality of lenses to bring out the 100% details from the sensor.

Form the specification comparison table we can clearly see that Nikon D800 is a Megapixel monster that also features advance AF system and better shutter range compared to Nikon D610. But the Nikon D610 DSLR is affordable and also give Slightly better low-light performance compared to Nikon D800 , the body of D610 will cost is approx $2K and the D800 body cost is approx $2.7K.

Verdict: For entry level users we recommend you to buy Nikon D610 DSLR.

Nikon D610 starting from – $1999.95 Amazon | B&H

1 comment to Nikon D610 vs Nikon D800

  • […] Nikon D610 vs Nikon D800: The Nikon D800 have built-in low pass filter and on the other hand the Nikon D610 doesn’t have a optical low pass filter, so at the end we have bit (yes flat on some parts) less details in D800 image when viewed at 100% and the color noise is also less,.  The Nikon D800 is a good camera and its image is usable upto 12800.  Also see specification comparison review Nikon D610 vs D800 […]

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