Nikon V1 revealed
So… Nikon’s revealed its mirrorless compact system camera today: the new CX format Nikon V1. Interested?
The new generation of Nikon digital cameras is here with the release of the Nikon 1 series. You can expect near endless features and possibilities with the mirrorless J1 and V1 compact cameras. Both models are the smallest mirrorless cameras available in the world and they pack a punch.
The J1 is a 10.1 MP and can shoot up to 60 still frames per second at full resolution. It also boasts a 460K screen, dual expeed 3 processors, and a hybrid auto focus which combines 73 phase detection points and 135 contrast detection points. On top of all that it can also shoot 1080 60i or 30p video at full resolution.
The V1 is has similar specs to the J1 but also features a larger buffer for frame rates, an electronic viewfinder, a 920k screen, and the option of adding accessories such as flashes (including current Nikon Speedlights), microphone and GPS.
For all you on the go videographers, you will be happy to know both cameras include fully manual control as well as full manual control during video.
Upon the October 20th release, four lenses will be immediately available; a 10mm pancake 2.8, a 10-30 zoom lens, a 30-110 zoom lens and a world’s first 10-100 power drive zoom lens designed for video. All lenses will feature VR and are silent.
Find out more at the Nikon website: www.NikonUSA.com