Nikon has announced the much-rumored D610 24MP full-frame DSLR. Coming just a year after the D600, the D610 appears to be a very minor refresh, with a quiet continuous shooting mode, improved white balance and faster continuous shooting touted as its major changes. Beyond this, the D610 is essentially the same camera as the D600 and, given its launch at the same $2000 SRP, it’s extremely likely that the D610 replaces the older camera.
The upcoming Nikon D610 is rumored to be announced on October 8, 2013. D610 will solve the oil issue of D600. And the only upgrade from D600 is Nikon D610 has 6 fps continuous shooting speed, while D600 is 5.5 fps.