There have been rumors of cheaper full frame cameras for some time and it looks like we might be getting very close.  Leaked shots of a Nikon D600 have surfaced – Specs here. Probably announced in September.

Nikon D600FX
Nikon D600 – Cheap Full Frame Sensor


And I take this to mean that we will probably hear more about the Canon version soon.   Where will it fit in the lineup, Above the 5DMii which is still being sold new?  Or under?   The Nikon is rumored to be as low as $1500, not sure that will be the reality, just below the $2000 mark seems more realistic to me.  There is plenty of room in the $2200 to $3000 range for a Canon full frame to sit, we can hope and pray that some amazingly cheap FF will come along but I just don’t see that happening this year or next.


I would love to know your thoughts? What is your definition of affordable when it comes to a full frame sensor? You can find me at @camerarec on twitter, facebook or shoot me an email.

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