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[* black] Entry level + full-frame = Nikon D600. Let's see what it's got.
[* red] 24.3 megapixel FX [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full-frame_digital_SLR|full-framehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full-frame_digital_SLR|full-frame|new_window=true] CMOS sensor
[* red] 24.3 megapixel FX [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full-frame_digital_SLR|full-framehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Full-frame_digital_SLR|full-frame|new_window=true] CMOS sensor
[* orange] 5.5 frames per second continuous shooting
[* yellow] ISO 100-6400 (expandable to 25,600)
[* blue] 3.2" TFT LCD
[* violet] Dual SD card slots
[* black] Full-frame? What does that mean, you ask? Simply put, a full-frame sensor is the same size as a 35 mm (36×24 mm) film negative. A larger sensor means larger images with greater resolution, even when blown up to large print sizes.
[* black] Before we go any further, we'd like to give a big thanks to [http://www.chipworks.com|Chipworkshttp://www.chipworks.com|Chipworks|new_window=true] for helping us with the teardown, and for providing the awesome sensor images you'll see below.
[* black] Before we go any further, we'd like to give a big thanks to [http://www.chipworks.com|Chipworkshttp://www.chipworks.com|Chipworks|new_window=true] for helping us with the teardown, and for providing the awesome sensor images you'll see below.