The Nikon 1 J1 is mostly made out of aluminium with magnesium alloy reinforced parts and is therefore heavier than you would think based on its size The Nikon 1 Nikkor 10-30mm standard zoom is thus equivalent to a 27.2-81.6mm (or, practically speaking, 28-80mm) FX lens in terms of its angle-of-view.. I have just purchased a ND Filter from you and I am overjoyed at the quality of the filter and the photos it produces, thank you and I will use you again. I have just purchased a Nikon P900 and it works good with it The Nikon 1 J4 offers high speed continuous shooting, interchangeable lenses, and a compact metal body. Find out how it performs in our review. Features Handling Performance Verdict Specification. The Nikon 1 J4 is a stylish compact system camera from Nikon, and features a stylised metal body.. Canon. Nikon. Sony. Black Magic Design. Nikon 1. Sony A & Minolta A It also means that the new cameras are slightly handicapped from the outset, because larger sensors mean more room for larger photoreceptors, and larger receptors usually result in better image quality.
The function (F) button on the top of the camera does not get used as much, so it does not bother me. The up/down switch right next to it is very clever – it is used for zooming in/out during playback, changing aperture/shutter speed in various modes and for manual focus. My main complaint is on the rotary camera mode selector switch that I keep accidentally switching while using the camera. I wish there was some sort of a lock on this selector or some other way to switch between different camera modes without the need for this switch. On multiple occasions, I found myself in the wrong mode, which was annoying.ISO 3,200 images are also pretty good at 8x10, but you can see detail and nuance in solid colors disappear thanks to the increase in saturation. Higher contrast detail is good, though.However, Nikon hasn't exactly pushed the boundaries of sensor resolution, and has kept the effective pixel count at just 10.1 million. Until recently, Nikon was adamant that 12MP was enough for its APS-C format and full-frame cameras, provided the images are clean and of high quality, so the arguments are familiar for Nikon 1.
When it comes to camera build and construction, the Nikon J1 is built quite well, despite the fact that it is not made of magnesium alloy like the V1. The camera body is mostly made from aluminum and plastic, with good-looking paint finish. Speaking of paint, you can buy the J1 in four different colors: White, Black, Red and Silver. The camera is not weather-sealed and has no dust protection like some of the advanced DSLR cameras.To be honest, I am not sold on this feature – but that’s most probably because I am an advanced user and do not like an electronic algorithm to pick an image for me. I would rather do that myself. If a situation is critically important, I would rather set the camera to 60 FPS and spray and pray. As for the Motion Snapshot feature, it feels to be incomplete. The sound effects are limited to a few boring ones and worst of all, the movie files that are produced do not have these sounds embedded into them. You have to use a special Short Movie Creator software to convert it to what you would see on the camera. The movie is saved in MOV format, while the snapshot is saved in JPEG format, separate files. Motion snapshot is too short as well – the 60 FPS capture rate is played back in slow motion at 24 FPS or 2.5 seconds total.Nikon employs both phase and contrast detection, because although current phase detection AF systems are faster, contrast detection is generally more accurate.Three metering modes are available in the J1: either matrix, center-weighted (4.5mm circle at the center of the frame), or spot (2mm circle at the selected focus area). A useful +/- 3.0 EV of exposure compensation is available, in 1/3 EV steps.
Nikon 1: Un sistema de cámara inteligente e increíblemente portátil. Short Movie Creator de Nikon 1: crea automáticamente películas cortas a partir de fotos y vídeos. Increíblemente fácil de usar, conserva la calidad de cada foto o fotograma de metraje que se graba If you already own Nikon F mount DSLR lenses, you can use them on the J1 with a special FT1 mount adapter (must be purchased separately). The adapter is attached to the Nikon 1 J1 and the F Mount Nikkor lens is then attached to the adapter. The FT1 will add an angle of view of 2.7 times that of the F Mount Nikkor lens’ focal length. For example, the Nikon 50mm f/1.8G will have an effective field of view of a 135mm lens.The lenses have no manual focus ring, sadly, another downside for the enthusiast. You can set Manual focus by selecting it in the Menu, then pressing the OK button to enter Manual focus mode. Focus is adjusted via the rear dial. The view zooms, but it's very difficult to tell when focus is achieved, despite the higher-resolution screen. When in Manual mode, Playback's Zoom toggle transforms into the shutter speed lever, and the Multi-controller's dial serves as the aperture control, perhaps its best function. In Aperture priority mode, the dial does nothing, and aperture is adjusted with the zoom toggle. Another unfortunate surprise is the lack of exposure preview when making settings in Manual mode. Setting Exposure compensation does preview the exposure, however, so there's hope they can add Manual exposure preview with a firmware update.Similar to the Olympus E-PL3 and the Sony NEX-5n, the J1 also lacks an electronic viewfinder. Coming from the DSLR world, I really dislike composing images by looking at the back of the camera. While the V1 comes with a built-in viewfinder and you can purchase a viewfinder for the other cameras separately, unfortunately, there is no such option for the J1. This alone makes the J1 look more like a point and shoot rather than a serious interchangeable camera for me (especially after handling the V1). So if you are considering buying one of these to complement your DSLR, keep this in mind.
As one who doesn't mind using whatever camera I have to try to get the shot I want, I think a great many photographers will like the Nikon J1 just fine. Many of us have settled on simple pocket cameras for everywhere carry, and the Nikon J1 can be made to do just about everything most of us need in a pinch. The sensor size isn't much of an impediment, even if it's disappointing that they didn't go for larger. It delivers a good quality 16x20-inch image at ISO 100, and when boosted to its ISO 6,400 maximum still produces a good 5x7. Looking at the files at full size onscreen, it's clear that the Nikon J1's images are processed carefully, with even treatment of high and low-contrast detail, something we find particularly in Nikon SLRs. But make no mistake, the Nikon J1 isn't designed to compete with SLRs, nor with CSCs, except the most consumer-oriented, as its image quality shows.PL provides various digital photography news, reviews, articles, tips, tutorials and guides to photographers of all levels
ISO 800 images are slightly soft in only a few areas at 13x19, mainly in red and shadow areas. Shadows appear blurry mostly due to noise suppression, but higher-contrast detail looks just fine. Reducing print size to 11x14 reduces this effect somewhat, but not completely. The Nikon J1 proves again that larger sensors are indeed better, as it also bests the Nikon P7000 in detail at ISO 1,600. This is as was expected, as I submit that the Nikon J1 is more a competitor to this family of cameras than to larger CSCs. Finally, the second stabilized zoom is the NIKKOR VR 10-100mm f/4.5-5.6 lens offers an even wider 27-270mm equivalent range, at a price of around US$750. This is Nikon's first power-zoom lens model, something that's come back into fashion of late, thanks to the rise of video capture in interchangeable-lens cameras. Mechanical zooms make it harder to adjust the focal length without shaking the camera during video capture, where a power zoom can make it relatively easier to do so.Note also how the Nikon J1 retains detail in the beige mosaic pattern, considerably better than the Nikon P7000. Sensitivity. The standard ISO-equivalent sensitivity range for the Nikon J1 is ISO 100 to 3,200, and a Hi-1 position allows this to be extended to a maximum of ISO 6,400 equivalent.
The crops below compare the Nikon J1 to a couple of premium Point & Shoots (the Canon G12 and Nikon P7000), as well as an entry-level DSLR (Nikon D3100), and a couple of Compact System Cameras (Olympus E-PM1 and Sony NEX-C3). Unfortunately, we don't have Pentax Q images yet. Though we normally start with ISO 1,600 here, we thought we'd start with base ISO to show the best that each camera can do.With the exception of the red swatch, it is noteworthy that you could probably res up the Nikon J1's images and get something comparable to the Nikon D3100's image, at least in terms of mosaic data and even shadow detail. It's much closer than I expected.It's not just portability, but also anonymity that a smaller CSC offers. Though I had a biggish tripod, I didn't stand out as badly as people do when they're holding a 1Ds Mark III with a white lens mounted. As I walked around, nobody shied away from me or thought of me at all. I was just another person taking pictures in one of the most-photographed parts of the world. As I was leaving Times Square that morning, I purposely passed a couple of women having their picture taken, and with the 10mm pancake attached, I stopped momentarily to grab a shot. It probably happens every few seconds in this square during the day, but being there so late I got the shot with fewer people in attendance.If you're looking for an enthusiast system camera with the ultimate image quality, the Nikon J1's probably not for you, but for consumers looking to better compact camera image quality and performance, while gaining the versatility of interchangeable lenses, the Nikon J1 is right on target, and a worthy Dave's Pick.While Nikon is aiming the J1 at family photographers who are likely to rely on automatic exposure modes, it also has the program, aperture priority, shutter priority and manual (PASM) exposure modes that are preferred by enthusiast photographers.
Fashion cam. I'd been trying to get a shot of the black Nikon J1 in good light, when I noticed the ballerina in the background and switched to the pink for effect. The J1 underexposed this shot, but there was plenty of info there to fix it.From the top you can see the focal plane indicator, the rectangle that outlines the pop-up flash, the hole for a speaker, an LED status lamp, the rectangular power button, and the Shutter release and Record buttons. The design team also chose wide metal strap lugs, rather than D-rings, much to my satisfaction. Fast and flexible, the Nikon D500 is one of the best dSLRs you can buy for under $2,000. Max Shutter speed Nikon 1 J1 can shoot continuously at max speed of 10 fps and has max shutter speed of 1/4000 sec. 1 J1 also has an electronic shutter which can shoot silently at max speed of 1/16000s. One thing to keep in mind is that electronic shutter may cause rolling shutter effects on your images in certain conditions. Flash Unfortunately 1 J1 doesn't have an external flash shoe so you are limited with the built-in flash.
. Unlike DSLRs that use a dedicated AF sensor, the J1 and V1 use 73 pixels on the imaging sensor as phase detection AF sensors. Interestingly, although these pixels have a role to play in auto focusing, they are still used to make up the image. The performance rating of the J1 was a really tough call. Ultimately I came down on the side of excellent, because it really does feel pretty fast. On one hand, it's got the least shot lag--time to focus and shoot--of any camera in its class, plus a fast burst rate. But then it gets bogged down a bit on sequential shots, which slows down your overall shooting experience. It takes about a second to wake up and shoot, which is just OK. The roughly 0.2 second to focus and shoot in good light and 0.4 second in dim are both excellent times for any class of camera. And the center-point autofocus is quite accurate, as well as fast. But the shot-to-shot time rises to about 1.1 seconds--1.3 seconds if you're shooting raw--which isn't horrible but is comparatively slow. Add flash and that rises to 1.6 seconds. Its 5 frames per second in standard burst mode is also very good, and the camera allows you to start another burst quickly (rather than pausing while it saves to the card).
Sensor. The Nikon J1 is based around a new CX-format image sensor with an effective resolution of 10.1 megapixels, the same chip that's also featured in the higher-end Nikon V1 model. Nikon says that it developed the sensor in-house, while a teardown of the Nikon V1 by reverse-engineering firm Chipworks suggests that fabrication is handled by Aptina Imaging. The sensor has a 2.7x focal length crop, for a diagonal of approximately 16mm. That equates to what's known as a 1"-type chip, using the arcane video camera tube size system typically referred to in compact camera spec sheets, although it actually has somewhere in the region of a 0.62-inch diagonal.Moving on to the video mode, the Nikon 1 J1 has some pleasant surprises here. First and foremost, the camera can be set to shoot Full HD footage, and you even get to choose from 1080p @ 30fps or 1080i @ 60fps, depending on whether you prefer to work with progressive or interlaced video. If you don't need Full HD, there's also 720p @ 60fps, which is really smooth and still counts as high definition. Secondly, you get full manual control over exposure in video mode. This is an option; you don't have to shoot in M mode but you can if that's what you need. Thirdly, you get fast, continuous AF in video mode, and it works well, especially in good light. Movies are compressed using the H.264 codec and stored as MOV files. There are separate shutter release buttons for stills and video, and thanks to this - as well as the massive processing power of the Nikon J1 - you can take multiple full-resolution stills even while recording HD video. This works the other way round too - you can capture a movie clip even when the mode dial is in the Still Image position, simply by pressing the red movie shutter release. We've found that in this case the camera will invariably record the video at 720p/60fps. 50 / NIKON Z 6 / NIKON Z 7 / PENTAX *ist DL / PENTAX *ist DL2 / PENTAX *ist DS / PENTAX *ist DS2 / PENTAX 645D / PENTAX 645Z / PENTAX K-01 / PENTAX K-1 / PENTAX K-1 Mark II / PENTAX K-3 / PENTAX K-3 II / PENTAX K-30 / PENTAX K-5 / PENTAX K-5 II / PENTAX K-5 II s / PENTAX..
The Nikon 1 J1 represents Nikon's first foray into the mirrorless camera market, alongside the similarly specified Nikon 1 V1. The J1 features a 10MP 1 CMOS sensor and hybrid autofocus, combining both phase and contrast detection technologies. Full resolution burst shooting is available at 60 frames per.. As we've already said, the J1 can record at up to 1080p (1,920 x 1,080 pixels), with a rate of either 30 progressive-scan frames per second or 60 interlaced fields per second, derived from 60 frames-per-second sensor output. This mode uses MPEG-4 / H.264 AVC compression. 720p (1,280 x 720 pixel) movies can also be recorded at 60fps. The J1 is limited to its built-in stereo mics, so budding videographers should stick to the Nikon V1. There are two ways of powering on the Nikon 1 J1. You can either use the on/off button sitting next to the shutter release or, if you have a collapsible-barrel zoom lens attached, you can simply press the unlocking button on the lens barrel and turn the zoom ring to unlock the lens, an act that causes the camera to switch on automatically. This is an ingenious solution as you need to unlock the lens for shooting anyway. Start-up takes just over a second - nothing to write home about but still decent and entirely adequate. The Nikon J1 does, however, have a built-in flash, whereas the V1 doesn't - instead extra illumination must be provided by the new SpeedLight SB-N5 More big news for Nikon 1 is that the two cameras have a hybrid autofocus system that uses phase and contrast detection. Unlike DSLRs that use a.. Body could be smaller for sensor size; High ISO isn't as good as other compact system cameras; Battery life below average; Weak flash; Confusing controls.
Battery Life:The number of shots that can be taken with fully-charged batteries varies with the condition of the battery, temperature, such factors as the GPS devices or other accessories, the interval between shots, and the length of time menus are displayed. Sample figures for EN-EL20(Nikon 1 J1)•EN-EL15(Nikon 1 V1)[1900mAh]batteries are given above.Values for still images measured at 25°C/77°F with a fully-charged EN-EL20(Nikon 1 J1)•EN-EL15(Nikon 1 V1)battery. 1 NIKKOR VR 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 and a 16GB Toshiba R95 W80MB/s UHS-I SDHC card according to the CIPA standard under the following test conditions: NORMAL-quality photographs taken at intervals of 30s (measurements for the SB-N5 are made using the flash for every other shot) with the flash fired with every other shot and the camera turned off and then on after every ten shots.... ma non si sa da dove arrivino 5 iOS 13.5 is imminent – here's why its the iPhone update you've been waiting for TechRadar is part of Future US Inc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. Visit our corporate site.Stereo microphones grace the left and right of the lens mount, and an AF-assist lamp and infrared remote port appear above and below the lens release button.
This is the first Nikon 1 camera to feature a large, back-illuminated CX-format sensor, specifically designed to capture the greatest possible amount of light. Compact in size but packed with inspirational tools, the Nikon 1 J5 provides D-SLR style controls to help bring your creative vision to life Still, as the comparison photos above show plainly, the Nikon J1 isn't that much smaller than its nearest rivals, and quite a bit larger than the Pentax Q. So while I assert that smaller optics and simple design was the main goal, ultimately competing with the Canon G12/Nikon P7000 in image quality, I also understand the complaints from journalists and enthusiasts alike. The bottom line is, when photographers think Nikon, they think high image and build quality, and photographer-centric design. So those in the know expected Nikon to come out swinging with a camera like the Nikon P7100, sized like a Sony NEX, and with interchangeable lenses; something built for true tinkerers, not snapshooters. Nikon went for tiny and simple. We'll see if the market exists for a tiny, simple, interchangeable lens camera in the coming months.The third icon on the mode dial stands for Smart Photo Selector. This feature allows the camera to capture no less than 20 photos at a single press of the shutter release, including some that were taken before fully depressing the button. The camera analyses the individual pictures in the series and discards 15 of them, keeping only the five that it thinks are best in terms of sharpness and composition. This feature can be genuinely useful when photographing fast action and fleeting moments.
Photography BasicsLandscape PhotographyLandscape PhotographyWildlife PhotographyWildlife PhotographyMacro PhotographyMacro PhotographyComposition & CreativityComposition & CreativityBlack & White PhotographyBlack & White PhotographyNight Sky PhotographyNight Sky PhotographyPortrait PhotographyPortrait PhotographyStreet PhotographyStreet PhotographyAdvanced PhotographyAdvanced PhotographyRecommended GearBest DSLR CamerasBest Mirrorless CamerasBest Entry-Level DSLRsBest Cameras for Landscape PhotographySupport UsSmart Photo Selector. The other apparently Mode-dial-worthy mode is Smart Photo Selector, giving it a place on the Mode dial, a child of the long-standing Best Shot Selector from Coolpixes gone by. This one fires off up to 20 shots and looks for blur and poor composition, then whittles down the shots for you from 20 to five. Then you get to choose the final picture, or else keep all five. At the launch event, I was told that Smart Photo Selector also accounted for subjects blinking, but that's not mentioned in the user manual, and doesn't seem to be the case based on photos selected as being the 'best' by the camera. It did seem to do a reasonable job of choosing the least blurry images, though, and that in itself is probably enough to make it a useful function for many consumers.Print quality is an important measure for a camera like the Nikon J1, because pixel peeping onscreen doesn't tell the whole story. As a 10-megapixel camera, it's impressive that the Nikon J1 can output a 16x20-inch image at ISO 100. There's a little chroma noise in the shadows, as can be seen in the crops, but it's not bad. Reduction to 13x19 inches renders them negligible.
Nikon took its time introducing its interchangeable-lens camera system, dubbed the Nikon 1 series, and though I don't agree with a lot of the choices the company made, it clearly put a lot of thought into the cameras before rushing out me-too versions of competitors' products. The entry-level model, the J1, firmly targets point-and-shoot upgraders with its feature set, but the implementation is a mixed bag and the price is a bit steep for that crowd. Aparat Nikon 1 J1 to bezlusterkowiec z wyższej półki cenowej oferujący solidne wykonanie i dobrą jakość zdjęć. Urządzenie przeznaczone jest głównie dla amatorów fotografii, przez co na obudowie nie znajdziemy zbyt wielu przycisków funkcyjnych ReviewsCamera ReviewsLens ReviewsOther Gear ReviewsLearnBeginner PhotographyLandscape PhotographyWildlife PhotographyPortraiturePost-ProcessingAdvanced TutorialsLensesLens IndexPhoto SpotsPhoto Spots IndexSubmit a Photo SpotForumAbout UsContact UsWorkshopsSubscribeSubmit ContentShopCartSupport UsSearchLog InSign Up Home → Reviews → Cameras and LensesNikon 1 J1A solid, compact CX mirrorless camera with some weaknessesBy Nasim Mansurov No CommentsLast Updated On April 18, 2020
Exposure. The Nikon J1 also lacks its sibling's mechanical shutter, instead relying solely on an electronic shutter. The fastest shutter speed available with the J1's electronic shutter is a swift 1/16,000 second. The biggest downside of the electronic-only shutter is to be found in its flash sync speed, which we'll come to in a moment. Nikon 1 J5. Nikon 1 J5: Trendbewusst mit Abstrichen. 16.04.2015 18:00 | von Moritz Wanke. Nikon 1 J4: Als Speichermedium dienen microSD-Karten. Fazit vom 16.04.2015. Die Nikon 1 J5 gefällt im Test als pfeilschnelle DSLM im handlichen Format One welcome addition, on the other hand, is a built-in intervalometer for time-lapse photography. Sony DSLRs and NEX cameras are notoriously bad for time-lapse photography because they miss an intervalometer and the only option is to buy an accessory to shoot images in sequences. You can put the Nikon 1 J1 on a tripod, set camera parameters, set the interval and the total number of shots (up to 999 shots allowed) and start the sequence. I have shot a number of time lapses and the result came out great. Just remember to set the exposure and white balance manually when shooting in JPEG format.The Nikon 1 cameras are built to be incredibly small and lightweight. The Nikon 1 J1 is only 106x61x29.8mm in size – even the smallest Nikon D3100 DSLR is much bulkier and thicker than this camera, measuring 124x97x74mm. Weight-wise, the J1 mirrorless is 230 grams (about 64 grams lighter than its bigger brother the V1), while the same D3100 DSLR weighs 455 grams. Here is a side by side comparison image between the two:Nikon 1 J1 has a Fixed Type 3 LCD screen with a resolution of 460k dots. Both the screen size and the screen resolution is up to the standards of this class.
Unlike Sony and some other manufacturers, Nikon stays away from image-stabilized camera bodies and prefers to integrate VR into lenses instead, which has been working great for many years now. The Nikon 1 system is no exception here, so image stabilization is again done on lenses. VR can be switched from Normal to Active to Off from the camera menu, unlike the rest of the DSLR VR-enabled Nikon lenses that have a VR on/off switch on the lens. Nikon initially had a problem with VR on 1 NIKKOR lenses, which would result in occasional blurry images with VR turned on. This issue has been identified and corrected through firmware updates for each VR lens (see links below). The 1 NIKKOR lenses, by the way, are the first Nikon lenses with upgradeable firmware.The J1 can also receive power from the Nikon EH-5, EH-5a, or EH-5b AC adapters courtesy of the EP-5C power connector, which uses a dummy battery to mate the adapter to the camera. Highly compact and portable, the Nikon 1 J1 compact camera goes everywhere you go. Moments from your amazing world are captured using a highly responsive autofocus and super fast shooting speed Nikon 1: Akıllı ve ultra taşınabilir bir fotoğraf makinesi sistemi. Özel bir kompakt 1 NIKKOR değiştirilebilen objektif yelpazesine sahiptir. Dünyanızı fotoğraf makinenizden görme biçiminize yeni hız, sadelik ve eğlence düzeyleri katmak üzere tasarlanmıştır
Of the two Nikon 1 System cameras, the Nikon J1 is the more compact and affordable model, forgoing features such as an electronic viewfinder, mechanical shutter, stereo microphone jack, or accessory port, and featuring a lower-resolution LCD panel. In a tip of the hat to a consumer audience, the J1 includes one feature absent from its enthusiast sibling, however: a built-in popup flash strobe. It's this camera which we'll be discussing in this review; information on its higher-end sibling can be found in our Nikon V1 preview.With its entry into the compact system camera market, Nikon has assumed the middle-ground between its rivals in the mirrorless space. The Nikon 1 System cameras aren't quite as small as the tiny Pentax Q, but compared to that camera they offer a significant step upwards in sensor size and shooting performance. Nikon's other main system camera competitors fall into two camps, with Olympus and Panasonic together offering a variety of Micro Four Thirds cameras, while Samsung and Sony each have mirrorless models based on the same APS-C sensor size that dominates the digital SLR market. Compared to these cameras, Nikon's new offerings have a rather more modest sensor size, but they're also just a little smaller. Home · Camera Reviews · Lens Reviews · Photography News · How-To
. At 320 x 120 you get 1,200 frames per second, playing back at 40x super slo-mo. ISO 1,600 shots are quite contrasty and oversaturated, and noise suppression has taken a toll on red detail, but they're easily usable at 11x14, and quite good at 8x10 inches.
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With that preliminary analysis behind, I have to confess, I found the Nikon J1 a kick to use. What's more, my 13-year-old daughter took to the little white camera instantly, a fact that could easily turn all analysts on their pointy heads.The great Auto ISO feature we normally see on Nikon DSLRs is replaced by a much more simplified Auto ISO capability. There are three pre-defined Auto ISO modes to choose from – A3200 Auto (100-3200), A800 Auto (100-800) and A400 Auto (100-400). Neither of these options allows setting a minimum shutter speed, which is a huge drawback. There is no way to tell when the camera decides to use which ISO and having no control over this threshold is very unfortunate.The J1 will reward point-and-shoot upgraders with a noticeable bump in image quality, but it often fails to deliver acceptable results in lower-light settings when operated in its fully automated mode.You can frame your shots using the rear screen - there's no electronic viewfinder as on the V1 model, a key difference between the two. The LCD screen is a three-inch, 460,000-dot display that boasts wide viewing angles, great definition and accurate colours but only so-so visibility in strong daylight. We missed the EVF when using the J1 alongside the V1, either in bright sunlit conditions or when using the 30-110mm telezoom lens as holding the camera up to eye-level helped to stabilise the lens and avoid camera shake.
This compact interchangeable-lens model is a great step-up from APS-C models, as long... The J1 and V1 cameras are Nikon’s first attempt to produce a mirrorless camera with interchangeable lenses, which took 5 years of careful design and development by Nikon’s engineers. Why did Nikon decide to enter the mirrorless market and where is the mirrorless technology positioned relative to the DSLR and point and shoot market? How does the Nikon 1 mirrorless system compare against the competition? In this review, I will provide answers to these questions, along with comparisons of the Nikon 1 J1 to the Sony NEX-5n and the Olympus E-PL3 mirrorless cameras. 1 J1 doesn't have a viewfinder and no option for external viewfinder. Lack of a viewfinder can be problematic especially under strong light where visibility of LCD screens goes down dramatically. If you need a Mirrorless camera with a built-in viewfinder in a similar price range, consider Sony Alpha A7 II (Compare) or Fujifilm X-T200 (Compare). If the price is not an issue, take a look at our Top Rated Cameras with Viewfinders.
Even with both at 10-megapixels, the Nikon J1's larger sensor leaves behind a little more chroma noise in the shadows, even at its base ISO 100 setting. We suspect this is how the Nikon J1 maintains such good detail as ISO rises, particularly evident in the printed results. The Canon G12 seems to have an edge, up until we reach the red leaf swatch, where the Nikon J1's better handling of red renders the leaves more distinctly, in keeping with the Nikon pattern of its SLRs. Still, the swatch is soft compared to Nikon SLRs at ISO 100.Since there's no way to hook a separate autofocus sensor into the optical path in a mirrorless camera, Nikon has adopted a similar strategy to that used by Fujifilm in certain of its compact camera models last year. The phase detection autofocus points are placed on the image sensor itself, although it isn't currently clear how the focus points are spaced with regards to the surrounding photodiodes. Osmišljen da misli brzo i reaguje još brže, supermali Nikon 1 J1 fotoaparat sa zamenljivim objektivima pruža sve što vam je potrebno da snimite odlične fotografije i filmove. Dovoljno prenosiv da se može nositi svuda i lak za korišćenje, donosi nove nivoe brzine, jednostavnosti i uživanja u snimanju sveta..
Connectivity. The Nikon J1 includes both USB 2.0 High Speed data connectivity, and a high-definition video output, but lacks its sibling's standard-def output. The high-def output requires an optional HDMI cable with Type-C mini connector. Stiamo parlando della Nikon 1 J5, uno dei modelli meglio riusciti della catena Nikon riguardo le mirrorless. Nel 2017 le mirrorless hanno avuto un incremento di vendite del 40% rispetto l'anno precedente, si può dire che hanno dato davvero del filo da torcere alle reflex
The Nikon 1 J1 is a Nikon 1 series high-speed mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera with 1 sensor size launched by Nikon on September 21, 2011. It is a new model that focuses on high-performance, portability and versatility Other aspects of the performance drag it down a little, however. In the complete auto AF, it selects the focus points quickly, but inconsistently; for any given scene, it will choose different sets of points each time you prefocus. Plus, the battery life is pretty short. The LCD is typical--a little reflective in bright sunlight but otherwise fine.
Sony's follow-up to its NEX-6 laps the field with its 11fps burst and comfortable design. Nikon did not hide the fact that it is working on some specialized fixed focal length lenses for portraiture and other needs, so we soon might see something like 1 NIKKOR 18mm f/1.4, which is equivalent to a 50mm lens. Nikon needs to make fast glass for the Nikon 1 cameras quickly because that’s exactly what it lacks at the moment. Close Discuss: Nikon 1 J1 with 10-30mm lens review: Nikon 1 J1 with 10-30mm lens Sign in to comment Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.The J1 has an electronic shutter (the V1 also has a mechanical shutter). It's completely silent (the focus confirmation beep can be disabled from the menu) and allows the use of shutter speeds as fast as 1/16,000th of a second and, with the Electronic Hi setting selected, lets you shoot full-resolution stills at 60 frames per second. Note however that while this is a major achievement, it's limited by a buffer that can only hold 12 raw files. Additionally, the use of this mode precludes AF tracking - you have to lower the frame rate to 10fps if you want that -, and the viewfinder goes blank while the pictures are being taken. About the only application we can think of where shooting full-resolution stills at 60fps could really come in handy is AE bracketing for HDR imaging. At this rate, a series of 5 bracketed shots could be taken in less than 0.1 second, rendering small movements that can otherwise pose alignment problems - like leaves being blown in the wind - a non-issue. Alas, the Nikon J1 does not offer such a feature - in fact it does not offer autoexposure bracketing at all.Accessories. Since it lacks the Multi-Accessory Port found on its sibling, the Nikon J1 can't accept any accessories which use this feature. As well as being unable to accept the SB-N5 external strobe, this means the J1 also can't use the V1's optional GP-N100 GPS unit.
Nikon refute all this, of course, insisting instead that the Nikon 1 range has been painstakingly designed from the ground up as a complete Verdict The Nikon J1 is a stylish looking compact system camera that delivers class-leading shooting speeds, super-efficient AF performance and.. This is how the smallest Nikon DSLR fares against the J1. Any other Nikon DSLR, especially something like D300s or D700 looks and feels just massive in comparison. When compared to the mirrorless competition, the J1 is pretty comparable in size and weight (aside from the Sony NEX series camera bodies that are more compact and offer richer specs + less weight). The battery used by the J1 is compact and lightweight and offers a decent battery life of 230 shots. The same battery will probably be used in future versions of the camera, such as Nikon 1 J2, J3, etc. The fastest RAW photo editing software on the market - trusted by professional photographers and enthusiasts for cameras like Canon, Nikon, Sony, Fujifilm Nikon 1 J1 is not the highest resolution 1 inch Sensor camera. Nikon 1 J5 with its 21.0MP sensor is leading in this class. Check the comparison of Nikon 1 J1 vs Nikon 1 J5 or take a look at Highest resolution Mirrorless cameras list. Nikon 1 J1 DxOMark Sensor Scores DxOMark is a benchmark that scientifically assesses image quality of camera sensors. Nikon 1 J1 sensor has been tested by DxO Mark and got an overall score of 56 for its image quality. You can find the details of their analysis of Nikon 1 J1 here. Let's look at how the size of the Nikon 1 J1's 1 sensor compares with other standard sensor sizes.Zoom. Taken at 297mm equivalent, this shot has some grain to it at ISO 400, but it looks very film-like. There's slight flare coming off the top of his orange hat.
Finally, there's a so-called Motion Snapshot mode in which the camera records a brief high-definition movie - whose buffering starts at a half-press of the shutter release, so again includes events that had happened before the button was fully depressed - and also takes a still photograph. The movie and the still image are saved in separate files but the camera can combine them into a single slow-motion clip with background music. It's fun but we can't really envision people using this shooting mode on a regular basis. (If you view the video on a computer, it will play back at normal speed, without sound, so this mode is really only interesting if you view the clip in-camera or hook the camera up to an HDTV via an HDMI cable.) Nikon 1 J1 doesn't have a sensor based image stabilization system but 7 of these lenses already comes with Optical Image Stabilization. There are also 2 lenses with weather sealing for 1 J1 but bear in mind that 1 J1 body doesn't have weather sealings.
The Smart Photo Selector and the Motion Snapshot modes (on the exposure mode dial) are interesting innovations, but not very useful/practical, in my opinion. The Smart Photo Selector works by firing 20 images in electronic shutter mode before and after the shutter button is pressed (starts when the shutter button is half-pressed). It then analyzes these twenty images and picks the best 4-5 images automatically for you based on a number of factors, including image blur.The camera's clean, minimalist front plate is dominated by the all-new Nikon 1 lens mount. Instead of being a scaled-down version of the good old F mount, it's a completely new design that provides 100% electronic communication between the attached lens and the camera body, courtesy of a dozen contacts. Just like on the manufacturer's F-mount SLR cameras, there is a white dot for easy lens alignment, although it has moved from the 2 o'clock position (when viewed front on) to the top of the mount. The lenses themselves feature a short silver ridge on the lens barrel, which needs to be in alignment with said dot in order for you to be able to attach the lens to the camera. While this may require a bit of getting used to, it actually makes changing lenses quicker and easier. NIKON 1 J1 + 1 NIKKOR VR 30-110mm f/3.8-5.6 @ 30mm, ISO 400, 1/40, f/5.6. Unlike Sony and some other manufacturers, Nikon stays away from image-stabilized camera bodies and prefers to integrate VR into lenses instead, which has been working great for many years now
Interface. I already said that I'm not crazy about the Mode dial having only four items, only two of which I'm likely to use, but I do like the Nikon J1's menu system. It has only three main categories: Playback, Camera, and Settings. Navigation is fast, left and right arrows move between levels, and up and down arrows scroll through choices. Using the rear dial is even faster, ripping quickly to exactly the right control. La Nikon 1 J5 è una fotocamera mirrorless con sensore 1 (2.7x) da 20.8 megapixels prodotta dal 2015 al 2018 (fuori produzione). La gamma di sensibilità, inclusa estensione, è 160 - 12800 ISO e può scattare a raffica di 20 FPS x 20 RAW, 20 JPEG
I used the 30-110mm telephoto lens (81mm-297mm) the least, mainly because I felt that its starting range was too long for everyday photography. Lastly, the 1 NIKKOR VR 10-100mm is just a monster that is bigger than many Nikon DSLR zoom lenses. While it is a more or less specialized lens, especially for videography (due to its ability to silently zoom via a dedicated zoom button on the lens), it is just too darn big and bulky for the Nikon 1 cameras in my opinion. As for VR in general, I found it to be very effective on 1 NIKKOR lenses and I would recommend to leave it on when shooting hand-held.The Nikon J1 does, however, have a built-in flash, whereas the V1 doesn't - instead extra illumination must be provided by the new SpeedLight SB-N5, which has a novel shoe-mount.The Nikon J1's new sensor size was controversial even before it was announced, with most wondering why the company would produce a smaller sensor compact when the race is more toward greater quality at higher ISO. It's no secret that Micro Four Thirds cameras have struggled to compete with the high ISO image quality available from companies making mirrorless cameras with APS-C sized sensors. The new Nikon 1 sensor, though, is even smaller than the Four Thirds Sensor, so it's understandable that people would wonder. The practical answer is that the aim was smaller optics, a goal they achieved. Just as was the case with the Pentax Q, if you want to build smaller optics, you're stuck reducing sensor size. That doesn't diminish the concern about high ISO performance, but it explains why Nikon chose a smaller sensor. Major companies have to figure out how they'll differentiate themselves in the marketplace, and even the mighty Nikon would likely struggle to make a smaller set of lenses with an APS-C sensor, leaving them with lenses about as big and long as Sony's NEX system, for example. That's not bad, but it's not different. Nikon has thus differentiated its mirrorless line by reducing size and weight. In addition to the dedicated 1-mount optics, a Nikon FT-1 F-mount adaptor is to be offered for the J1, allowing the camera to accept F-mount lenses. The FT-1 adaptor features a tripod mount on its base, protecting the 1-mount from supporting the weight of heavier F-mount lenses, and includes support for autofocus when using AF-S NIKKOR lenses. Vibration reduction is also supported with VR lenses. Suggested retail price of the FT-1 adaptor is US$270.Storage. Given its impressive burst speed, the Nikon J1 benefits from use of a really fast flash card. It supports Secure Digital cards, including not only the higher-capacity SDHC and SDXC types, but also the latest high-speed UHS-I cards. Nikon recommends use of at least a Class 6 card during movie capture.
Camera responsiveness is a mixed bag. The startup and shutdown time take about 1.5 seconds, which is not bad. When the camera goes to sleep mode, however, the wake-up time is about 2 seconds, which is way too long. While you can regulate the sleep timer through “Auto power off” menu setting, you cannot change the timer to completely shut off the camera – another important feature that is missing from the camera menu.When compared to compact cameras like the Canon G12 and Nikon P7000, the J1 has significant advantages beyond just its image quality, although it does still lack a couple of points that would enamor it of enthusiasts. The absence of exposure bracketing or any provision for external flash are key examples of the latter, and experienced photographers may also find some user interface choices a little odd. For consumer photographers, though, the incredibly swift autofocus and very fast burst shooting are likely of greater importance, helping them to capture shots that they might otherwise miss, and the excellent video feature set makes a compelling case for leaving the camcorder at home altogether.
And then the Nikon D3100 comes in to prove that larger sensors are indeed better light gatherers in any given generation, as it offers more detail in every area. With the sensor crop factor of 2.7x, you have to multiply the focal length of each lens by 2.7 to get an equivalent field of view of a full-frame camera. For example, the 10-30mm lens is equivalent to a 27-81mm lens, while the 10mm pancake is equivalent to a 27mm lens.
Up against another family member, which we added primarily because Nikon's R&D General Manager said the J1 would be comparable to SLRs, the J1 is somewhat unfairly matched against the Nikon D3100. But considering the 4-million pixel difference, it doesn't do badly at ISO 100. Again, the J1 remains true to Nikon's signature processing, down to the detail in the red swatch. Both are also smoother, and a little softer compared to other cameras, most of which oversharpen where Nikons tend to render a more photo-like image at their default setting (to see what I mean, see the E-PM1 below).Full HD. 1,920 x 1,080 60i movie with stereo audio. Click image to view on Vimeo. Visit the Nikon J1 Video page for more details and samples. For Pictures and Videos taken with the Nikon J1 or V1. I got the Nikon J1 about an year ago and day by day I learned more and more and. I analyzed the mirrorless market, why Nikon released the 1 series cameras and what the CX sensor is all about in my Nikon 1 V1 review. I won’t be repeating the same thing here, so I highly recommend that you check it out.While I will soon be publishing reviews on Nikon 1 system lenses, I decided to share my general thoughts on the lenses and provide some feedback on each lens individually. For all CX lens line-up, Nikon is using a “1 NIKKOR” name, so the 10mm f/2.8 pancake lens is officially called “1 NIKKOR 10mm f/2.8”. Here are the lenses that Nikon released together with Nikon 1 system:
Nikon faithful, your wait is over! In September 2011, Nikon officially stepped into the ring to offer up its first compact system cameras, leaving long-time rival Canon as the only major, current maker of interchangeable-lens cameras not to offer a mirrorless model. The simultaneously-announced Nikon J1 and V1 system cameras--which comprise the initial entries in what the company is calling the Nikon 1 System--together debut a brand-new lens mount, a new sensor and hybrid autofocus system, and another generation of the company's EXPEED image processing engine.The control layout is rather peculiar. The Nikon 1 J1 has a small, rear-mounted mode dial that lacks most of the shooting modes that are usually found on similar dials - most notably P, A, S and M - even though it has enough room to accommodate them. These modes are available on the J1 but you have to dive into the rather long-winded and not entirely logical menu to find them. The J1's mode dial has only four settings, Photo, Video, Motion Snapshot and Smart Photo Selector. The four-way controller also has four functions mapped onto its Up, Right, Down and Left buttons; including AE/AF-Lock, exposure compensation, flash mode and self-timer, respectively. Although this isn't a bad choice of functions, the fact that there is no ISO button will doubtlessly cause a lot of photographers interested in buying the Nikon J1 to be unhappy.Another button that could be called a lens release button pops out from the side of the 10-30mm kit lens. You have to press this button and turn the barrel to the right to release the lens's pop-out mechanism before you can take a picture. This also powers on the camera (retracting it does not power the camera off, however). It works differently from Samsung and Olympus' retractable lenses: both of these lock in the usable position, but easily activate with a quick turn from their retracted position. The Nikon 10-30 locks closed and open, requiring a press for both actions.
Silence. One final intriguing element to the Nikon J1 for stealth photography is its lack of physical shutter curtains. It's all electronic. Sony's latest cameras have the option of an electronic first curtain, but finish the exposure with a real shutter. The Nikon V1, introduced at the same time, has physical shutters, but not the J1. That means you can turn off the artificial shutter and AF confirmation sounds and shoot in complete silence. It's pretty cool. The only disadvantage to this shutterless design is that flash sync speed is limited to 1/60 second, while the Nikon V1 can reach 1/250 second. Of the two Nikon 1 System cameras, the Nikon J1 is the more compact and affordable model, forgoing features such as an electronic viewfinder The Nikon J1 also lacks its sibling's mechanical shutter, instead relying solely on an electronic shutter. The fastest shutter speed available with the J1's.. Die Nikon 1 J1 soll im Oktober 2011 in den Farben Schwarz, Weiß, Rot, Silber und Pink auf den Markt kommen und laut Hersteller für 699 Euro zu haben sein. Damit liegt sie immerhin 270 Euro unter dem Preis, der für die V1 verlangt wird. Wer also auf den Sucher verzichten kann und die schwächere..
Category:Nikon 1 J1. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Nikon 1 J1 (ru); 니콘1 J1 (ko); Nikon 1 J1 (en); Nikon 1 J1 (nl); Nikon 1 J1 (map-bms); Nikon 1 J1 (ms) kamera digital yang diproduksi oleh Nikon (id); camera (en); Kamera (de); tipo de.. The Nikon 1 J2 is the brand's third compact system camera, and the first for 2012. However, while both the initial Nikon J1 and more fully featured Nikon V1 matched the smaller bodies and smaller lenses of rivals, they also came with a sensor that, at one inch in size and christened 'CX format' by..
On the back there's a big 3-inch LCD with 460K-dots. It's nice enough that it seems like more. Above that is the flash pop-up slider, which releases the inverted-L shaped flash pop up rather comically. Right of that is the Feature button, marked with an F. It's not a programmable function button, unfortunately, but allows you to change just a few select features depending on the mode. Right of that is the Zoom toggle, which also serves to adjust shutter speed in Manual and Shutter priority modes, then shifts to controlling aperture in Aperture priority mode. The Nikon J1's internal flash strobe has a guide number of 5 meters (16 feet) at ISO 100, making it around 43% less powerful than the external flash offered for its sibling. Thanks to the lack of a physical shutter assembly, X-sync is only 1/60 second. (The V1, by contrast, is capable of 1/250th second X-sync, when using its physical shutter mechanism.) Flash exposures use i-TTL metering, and unlike in the V1, manual exposure control is not possible. There is a flash exposure compensation range of -3 to +1 EV, set independently from the overall exposure, however. 2020 popular macro, camera mirrorless, jintu lens, j2 trends in Consumer Electronics, Sports & Entertainment, Tools with Nikon 1 J1 Adapter and macro, camera mirrorless, jintu lens, j2. Discover over 249 of our best selection of macro, camera mirrorless, jintu lens, j2 on AliExpress.com with.. Scene mode. Though I say that the above modes would be better buried in the Scene menu, it turns out that the Scene menu doesn't exist on the Nikon J1. Someone's finally recognized that people seldom use Scene modes, so all they included on the J1 was Scene auto selector. Select it, and you just depend on the camera to know when you're photographing a red sunset and not an Irish Setter.Flash. Another significant difference between the Nikon J1 and its enthusiast-friendly sibling is to be found in their provision for flash. Perhaps surprisingly, given that it's the smaller of the pair, the J1 includes a built-in flash strobe, something absent from the V1. (With that said, Nikon is targeting the J1 at consumer, who tend to be more forgiving of popup flash strobes' shortcomings in terms of output power, so the addition is maybe not so surprising as it might first seem.)
In addition to being capable of shooting regular movies in HD quality, the Nikon 1 J1 can also shoot video at 400fps for slow-motion playback. The resolution is lower and the aspect ratio is an ultra-widescreen 2.67:1, but the quality is adequate for YouTube, Vimeo and the like. These videos are played back at 30fps, which is more than 13x slower than the capture speed of 400fps, allowing you to get creative and show the world an array of interesting phenomena that happen too quickly to observe in real time. The Nikon J1 goes even further by offering a 1200fps video mode, but the resolution and overall quality is too poor for that to be genuinely useful. FocusingNikon 1 J1 features both Contrast Detection and Phase Detection autofocus (AF) systems which ensures speed and accuracy of focusing in most situations. The AF system has 135 points to choose from. Nikon 1 J1 doesn't have any environmental sealings on its body so you got to be extra careful to protect it against water and dust. If you shoot under these conditions very often, consider checking Top Mirrorless Cameras with Weather Sealing page.
Up against its cousin, the Nikon P7000, the Nikon J1 turns out a slightly smoother image, with less sharpening around the edges. The chroma noise in the shadows is still a problem, though. Interesting to see how well both cameras do with the red swatch, though they're still different.Most decent cameras produce very good results at base ISO, so we like to see what they can do at higher settings. Recent advances in sensor technology have made ISO 1,600 look a lot more like ISO 100, but there are still cameras whose quality starts to fall apart at this setting. We also choose 1,600 because we like to be able to shoot at least at this level when indoors and at night.Movie mode. Though the top deck has a Record button, Movie recording is only available in Movie mode. On the other hand, high-resolution 16:9 stills can be recorded while you're shooting video. The stills are saved separately, and not integrated into the video, as you'll often see on Canon cameras with this ability.
The Nikon 1 J1 is mostly made out of aluminium with magnesium alloy reinforced parts and is therefore heavier than you would think based on its size alone, weighing in at 234g for the body only. It also feels better made than the official product shots would have you believe. With an essentially grip-less design, the Nikon J1 is very much a two-handed affair that requires you to hold the camera's weight in the left hand, clutching the lens, and use your right hand for balance and operating the controls. This is actually a good thing as it forces you to pay attention to holding the camera properly, which in turn goes a long way towards avoiding shake-induced blur in your photos. Nikon 1 J1, Nikon'un Her zaman kullanımınıza hazır diye sunduğu Nikon 1 serisinin diğer hızlı ve kullanışlı makinesidir. Saniyede 600 megapiksel görüntü işleyebilen iki güçlü motor ile donanmış olan Nikon 1 J1'de EXPEED 3 görüntü işlemcisi kullanılmıştır First introduced in January 2012 , Nikon 1 J1 is a 10.0MP Entry-Level Mirrorless camera with a 1 (13.2 x 8.8 mm ) sized CMOS sensor. Nikon later replaced 1 J1 with 1 J2. Follow the link to read our in-depth comparison of these cameras: Compare Nikon 1 J1 vs Nikon 1 J2 The 1 Nikkor long telephoto is also compressible, getting down to quite a small package. The lens lock on both lenses takes a little getting used to, but I got the hang of it in just a few minutes. Ranging from 81-297mm, the 1 Nikkor 30-110mm lens offers an impressive zoom range for its size.
Used Nikon Digital SLR Cameras. Used Nikon Compact System Cameras But that's not the question I have about the Nikon 1. My question is whether the small consumer market in the US for compact system cameras can support yet another incompatible system. I think it's established that the Japanese market has enthusiastically embraced compact system cameras (as have I), but I was disappointed to hear that Nikon had tuned the J1 in particular to appeal to the consumer market. I think the more successful model for any new camera platform is to appeal to the enthusiasts first, who will help you build a base market, then gradually take on the consumers. Current US shoppers figure if they're going to spend $600-900 for a quality camera, they're going to go for the big SLR. And most who want one have already purchased an SLR, so I think adoption of CSCs will continue to lag. But it won't be for lack of effort, particularly from Panasonic with the GF1, Olympus with the E-PM1, and now Nikon with the J1.
With a new sensor, better autofocus system and more streamlined design, the X100 line... Performance. Burst shooting is possible at a full ten frames per second with autofocus enabled, extremely swift by compact system camera standards. While Sony's NEX-7 can manage the same rate, it does so only with the focus and exposure locked from the first frame. By contrast, if focus is locked from the first frame in the Nikon J1, it's capable of a whopping 60 frames per second. At maximum resolution, buffer depth is rated at 19 frames in raw+JPEG Fine mode or raw mode, and 28 frames in JPEG fine mode.At the ready. How often do you see this many uniforms in one spot? I was happy I had a camera to capture a few shots of these officers getting ready for the arrival of the POTUS.
The Nikon 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm VR Zoom Lens (White) is a compact and easily portable digital camera with a 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 VR Zoom Lens. The mirrorless design allows the camera to be extra-small and lightweight, while still retaining all of the best qualities of a mirrored.. [April 2020] New and second/used Nikon 1 J1 Kit in the Philippines. Compare prices and find the best price of Nikon 1 J1 Kit. Check the reviews, specs, color(Black/Silver/White/Red/Pink), release date and other recommended Digital Cameras in Priceprice.com Nikon's entry into the mirrorless interchangeable lens market late last year was widely anticipated, but the products that were finally announced took a lot of people by surprise. Nikon has created an entirely new system based around a relatively small sensor, that's about 30% of the size of those used in the.. Nikon 1 series: The tests. Introduction With this new product, Nikon is a late arrival in a market in which Panasonic, Olympus and Sony have already As a response to the problem of bulkiness, the answer appears to be yes. As for image quality, the analysis of the Nikon J1 sensor below provides at.. The 10-30mm lens was just about right for most street shooting, ranging from 27-81mm. While at first it was a little stiff, with just a small amount of use, the zoom mechanism was smooth; not posh, mind you, but good. Autofocus in good light is indeed very quick. I'm intrigued with the Nikon 1's 73-point phase-detect AF system, and I'm still hoping to learn more about how it works; for now, though, Nikon is hush-hush about the technology.
Nikon 1 J1 has a Nikon 1 lens mount and currently there are 13 native lenses available for this mount. Although limited in number and versatility, Nikon 1 mount provides the compact and lightweight lenses that the system promises. With an adapter, you can mount Nikon F lenses and thanks to focal length multiplier of 2.7x, some of these lenses will give you a very long focal length reach. Nikon unveiled two new Nikon 1 models, the V1 and the J1. The J1 is a compact interchangeable lens camera that encompasses speed and ease of Other important features include a 73-point Hybrid AF system, Full 1080p or 1080i HD video options, new Nikon 1 lens mount system, broad sensitivity.. The Nikon J1 seems to be facing down this storm of noise much better than the Olympus E-PM1. While the E-PM1 is busy sharpening and killing noise, losing color in the process, the Nikon is still producing a comparatively even image. The E-PM1 maintains greater contrast, and renders the letters better, but it's surprising just how well the J1 does for its size.