Nikon has officially unveiled the Nikon J4, the latest addition to its range of portable Nikon 1 system cameras.
Among the Nikon J4’s key features are a hybrid AF system with 171 AF points, 105 of which are phase-detection points and continuous shooting speeds of up to 20 fps with continuous autofocus.
Nikon has launched its first-ever touch-screen interchangeable lens camera. The Nikon 1 V3 price tag will be £799 / €949 with a 10-30mm kit lens from its 17 April release date.
Nikon has announced the world’s first waterproof interchangeable lens camera, the Nikon 1 AW1. In our hands-on review video we ‘look under the hood’ at how it was designed and what other features it has to offer.
The Nikon 1 32mm f/1.2 further extends the lens range for the Nikon 1 system, adding a fast prime portrait lens to the line-up.
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Less than a year after its first foray into the compact system camera market, Nikon has revealed its replacement to the J1 in the form of the Nikon J2.
Nikon has officially announced it will launch the Nikon J2 in September, succeeding the manufacturer’s popular Nikon J1 model announced less than a year ago.
Nikon has not ruled out the possibility of a more advanced version of its Nikon 1 compact system cameras, to include more manual control.
Speaking to our sister website TechRadar, Jeremy Gilbert, UK marketing manager for Nikon UK, said: “We are listening and trying to feedback what we hear. It’s mostly journalists and high-end photographers who would like us to produce one, but whether we should or not is a different matter.”
The Nikon 1 system marks a new era in Nikon’s history: it’s the company’s first digital compact system camera and it introduces the first new Nikon lens mount since 1959