Nikon’s mirrorless F-mount adapter will support AF (plus new video mode specs)

Newer Nikkor lenses will be able to AF on the Nikon V1 and J1 mirrorless cameras with a new F-mount adapter

A quick update on the latest Nikon mirrorless camera specs I posted two days ago:

  • The Nikon-F adaptor for their mirrorless camera will support autofocus with AF-S and AF-I lenses (AF-I is the older integrated autofocus technology before AF-S, read more here).
  • The available mirrorless camera video modes will be: 1928×1080 at 60fps and 30fps plus 1280×760 at 60fps. The continuous shooting rate will be 10fps.
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