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Some Nikon V1 + FT-1 + TC 2.0x + 400mm f/2.8 fun = 2160mm

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Here are some samples from the Nikon V1 + FT-1 adapter + TC 2.0x + Nikkor 400mm f/2.8 lens. The focal length calculation should be: 400 x 2 x 2.7 = 2160mm:

Some Nikon V1 + FT-1 + TC 2.0x + 400mm f/2.8 fun

Images credit: Razvan T.

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  • Bengt Nyman

    Interesting but hardly enough for a lot of us to buy a V1. Nikon has clearly misjudged this part of the market. It will be interesting to see what Canon will do as far as a mirrorless street camera.

    • spam

      It will be interesting to see if Nikon will make a mirrorless street camera too.

      • Bengt Nyman

        Better luck next time, maybe.

    • mcdull

      People have different expectations from Nikon.
      It’s perfect for me to sit between my camera phone and D300S.

      Nikon J1 beats sales records of all previous mirrorless models

  • http://lucianadrian.wordpress.com/ Lucian

    Interesting enough how many photos come lately from Romania :) This one is take from inside one Yello Store (read it Nikon) store in Bucharest… Nice.
    This is a niche market…and has its supporters..
    What it the maximum aperture nou ? f/4 with that teleconverter ?

    • http://www.pbase.com/lance_b/profile Lance B

      800mm @ f8

  • https://picasaweb.google.com/101437017463371815854 Alain2x
  • guiri

    Dunno, those close pics look spectacular tome. I’m impressed as hell

    • rex

      I am also impressed, but then again it might be just optics or the way I am led wrong about how to take good photos. These are not good photos in a sense I would put these to my wall, but I really see how a relatively cheap, low spec camera can capture sharp photos with a tripod. Thumbs up here anyway.

  • Dof

    This dof at 800mm. does not make sense , please correct me if i’m wrong. The circle of confusion is .011 for this 2.7x crop camera.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Circle_of_confusion
    I estimate the distance maybe 40 or 50 feet, F-Stop 8.
    Try this by entering the circle of confusion manualy.
    http://www.cameradof.com/index.php
    2.38 inches at 50 feet
    1.5 inch at 40 feet

  • Dmitry O.

    Forget about V1, I want the shoes!

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