Nikon D610 Full Review

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The Nikon D610 is fast with generally excellent photo quality

Though a minor update to the D600 (sort of), there's still a lot to like about this entry full-frame camera.(Posted by CNET at 11/16/13)

Lightroom 5.3 supports Nikon Df and D610, Lumia 1020 phone ...

The software is a 480.6MB download for OS X and an 872MB download for Windows .

Adobe released the software the same day it's scheduled to report financial results for its fiscal 2013. Although Lightroom still can be purchased for about $150 with traditional perpetual licensing, which grants a user the right to use that version of the software forever, the company is moving most of...

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    Adobe Systems released Lightroom 5.3 on Thursday, extending its support to two Nikon full-frame SLRs, the enthusiast-oriented D610 and the retro Nikon Df, and one of the two first mobile phones that can produce raw photos, the Nokia Lumia 1020.

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