Nikon D610 review

Switching to the Daylight white balance setting has produced a pleasing result, but it's a little on the warm-side. The auto white balance images looked too cold on the camera screen, but they are fine in reality.

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Nikon D610 review sepia mushroom

The sepia effect here is in-camera using the weakest saturation setting (Sepia 1) for the Monochrome Picture Control mode.

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Nikon D610 review

This was shot using the automatic white balance settings (Auto 1) under fluorescent lights that look very yellow to the eye. The result is warm, but it looks natural and matches what we saw at the time of the shoot.

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Nikon D610 review

The detail visible in the feathers here is impressive, especially the very fine down which looks natural and not over-sharpened.

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Nikon D610 review

Colors are generally natural and punchy, while the exposure system copes well in a range of conditions.

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Nikon D610 review

Noise is well-controlled in this shot taken at ISO 6400.

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Nikon D610 review

There's no banding or excessive cyan coloration in the sky of this high-contrast scene. Thanks to the camera's high dynamic range the tonal gradations are smooth.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Head of Testing, Cameras

Angela (Twitter, Google+, website) is head of testing for Future's photography portfolio, writing and overseeing reviews of photographic equipment for Digital Camera, Photography Week, PhotoPlus, NPhoto and Practical Photoshop as well as TechRadar's cameras channel. Angela has a degree in photography and multimedia and prior to joining Future in October 2010 was Amateur Photographer magazine's technical editor.