Nikon D610

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The Nikon D610 is a prosumer level full-frame DSLR and very slight upgrade to the Nikon D600. Key features include:

  • Upgrades From D600. The D610 is essentially the slightly taller twin brother of the D600. Its only “official” differences are a newly designed shutter mechanism that increases maximum frames-per-second to 6 (D600 shoots 5.5fps), the addition of a 3fps quiet continuous mode, and “updated” white balance system. While these are good things to have, the more likely, yet unconfirmed, major update is to resolve the widely reported D600 dust issues.
  • 24.3MP FX CMOS Sensor. The full-frame sensor sensor with Nikon’s advanced EXSPEED 3 image processor provides high resolution images with accurate color reproduction, rich tonality, and large dynamic range. It offers very good high ISO performance, with a normal range of 100-6400 (expandable to 50-25,600).
  • Multi-CAM 4800 AF Sensor. Utilizing the AF system from the Nikon D7000, the D610 gives shooters 39 AF points to select from. It has a maximum continuous frame rate of 6fps, with autofocus capability all the way to f/8, making teleconverter-users feel right at home.
  • HD Video. The D610 shoots 1080P full HD at 24, 25, and 30fps, outputting footage in a very friendly .MOV file with h.264 compression. For those who demand higher quality footage, the D610’s HDMI input also provides clean, uncompressed video, allowing the use of a high-end external recorder. Also featured is both a 3.5mm mic input, as well as 3.5mm headphone jack, allowing high quality audio recording and monitoring while shooting.
  • Durable Build. Despite its small size, the D610 sports a lightweight yet rugged magnesium alloy body. The camera features a large viewfinder and still retains a built-in pop-up flash that is compatible with the Nikon CLS system. The large 3.2" 921K rear LCD makes image review and live view shooting very visually pleasing. Additionally, there’s a built-in intervalometer enables in-camera time-lapse photography. The camera has two SD memory card slots that are compatible with a wide range of SDHC / XC cards, allowing uninterrupted shooting even after one card fills. The D610 uses the same EN-EL15 rechargeable lithium battery as the D7000 / D800, and is rated at 900 shots per charge.
  • D610 camera body with strap
  • Body cap
  • EN-EL15 battery
  • MH-25 battery charger
  • Manual or Cheat Sheet
  • Camera bag


LensRentals.com offers rentals ranging in length from 1 to 90 days. The shopping cart will automatically update the quoted price as you adjust the length of your rental. Our most common rental periods are shown below:

Rental Period Waiver Price Rental Price Total Price Approximate Day Rate
3 days $15.00 $76.00 $91.00 $30.33
4 days $17.00 $81.00 $98.00 $24.50
7 days $22.00 $108.00 $130.00 $18.57
10 days $30.00 $146.00 $176.00 $17.60
14 days $39.00 $189.00 $228.00 $16.29
21 days $52.00 $254.00 $306.00 $14.57
30 days $65.00 $319.00 $384.00 $12.80
45 days $85.00 $416.00 $501.00 $11.13
60 days $99.00 $486.00 $585.00 $9.75
90 days $128.00 $626.00 $754.00 $8.38
Rental Period Rental Price Approximate Day Rate
3 days $76.00 $25.33
4 days $81.00 $20.25
7 days $108.00 $15.43
10 days $146.00 $14.60
14 days $189.00 $13.50
21 days $254.00 $12.10
30 days $319.00 $10.63
45 days $416.00 $9.24
60 days $486.00 $8.10
90 days $626.00 $6.96

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