Nikon 1 is Nikon’s new category! Yeah… Nikon enter the micro four third (mirror-less) camera market to fight Olympus, Sony, Samsung, and Pentax. In the Nikon 1 brand new system, there are two model: J1 and V1. So here is the J1 first.
As part of the new Nikon 1 system, the Nikon 1 J1 is an advanced camera with interchangeable lenses for capturing pictures and High Definition (HD) movies. Expected to be available throughout the United States beginning October 20th, the Nikon J1 camera with 10-30mm lens kit will be available at a suggested retail price of $649.95.
Designed for those consumers who use a camera as part of their connected lifestyle, the heart of the new J1 camera is the new Nikon developed CX-format, 10.1 megapixel High-Speed AF CMOS sensor. The Nikon J1 also features new focal plane phase detection AF that reacts instantly to deliver fast response.
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