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Nikon 1 V2 mirrorless camera specifications

Nikon 1 V2 mockup

Few hours before the official announcement, here are the latest Nikon 1 V2 mirrorless camera specifications:

  • Newly developed, super high-speed AF 14.25MP CMOS sensor (V1 had a 10MP sensor)
  • New image processing engine EXPEED 3A
  • 73 AF areas, 135 single AF points
  • 15 frames second continuous shooting, 60 frames using electronic shutter
  • Slow motion feature
  • 1.44 million dot EVF with 100% coverage (same as V1)
  • LCD monitor: 3.0-inch 920,000 dot (same as V1)
  • Memory card support: SD/SDHC/SDXC
  • Full HD video
  • Shutter speed: 1/4000-30 seconds
  • ISO sensitivity: 160-6400
  • Weight: 337g (with battery, memory card)
  • Price in Japan for body only: around ¥ 90,000
  • Released in November 2012

Via Digicame-info

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  • D800E_finally_here

    For US$1000, the NEX-6 plus the 16-50 pancake zoom is the real winner.

    You get state of the art 16mp APS-C sensor, 10 fps continuous shooting, 1080/60p video with decent AF, and a lens that start at 24mm equiv without breaking the bank (see 12-35/2.8 for panny)

    • http://micahmedia.com Micah

      …except the panny is 2.8. Say what you want about DOF, (it’s a pretty subtle difference between 2.0x and 1.5x crop) 2.8 allows lower ISOs and higher shutters which look better on any sensor. AND it’s stabilized, just like the Sony. And if you want the pancake zoom, Panasonic has that too.

      If Sony removes the time limit on video, you’ll see me jump ship in a heartbeat for the sony gear. Until then, it’s GX1 and GH2/3 for me. Time limit is a real deal breaker for performances longer than a half hour.

    • Patrik

      That Panny 2.8 is maybe the best zoom I have ever had. That includes the AF-S 24-70 2.8 Nikkor amongst many others! Now all Panny need to do is get a lower noise sensor (GX1 is OK but not great). Would be a different story if it needed the same DOF, but it has saved m4/3 for me. Now I have a travel camera I actually use…

  • Jabs

    DpReview beat us to it – new Nikon 1 V2

    http://www.dpreview.com/news/2012/10/24/Nikon-announces-1-v2-14MP-1-series-mirrorless-system-camera

    Looks great and really different too!

    • Alfonso

      Too big and ugly, thankfully I got a V1. Run for them while they last!

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