The successor of the Nikon D600 is equipped with a 24.3 megapixel FX CMOS sensor and is completely weatherproof and ruggedized so you can take the camera with you anywhere. The D610 has also gotten an upgrade in terms of speed. You can take full-resolution photos at an impressive 6 frames per second. New is the option to suppress the sound of the mirror when taking sequential photos. That comes in handy when capturing difficult subjects, such as wild animals. At high ISO values, it has good performance and minimal image noise. The D610 has an integrated HDR function so you can capture images with a high dynamic range in which both lighter and darker parts of the frame have a high range of color tones. In addition to taking photos, you can also record video at a maximum resolution of 1080p and 30 fps.