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Powerful camera in a small body I find the more I use the V1 the more I appreciate it. The image quality is outstanding and the AF and the camera's overall speed is off the charts. This camera is so much fun my D600 and D700 are spending more time in the bag. September 5, 2014
Great Camera!!! I own a Nikon 1 J1 but missed a EVF. The Nikon 1 V1 EVF is great!! I have a Nikon D700 and the Nikon 1 V1 is a great duo in my bag!!! June 4, 2014
High Performance Camera In A Small Package Got a V1 with a 10-100mm zoom several weeks ago and have been using it constantly. I have a D7000, but I was really looking for something smaller and less obtrusive to take with me everywhere I go, since I live in NYC. The V1 has all the features of a dSLR without all the dials and buttons to distract you. Images with the V1 in RAW are sharp and after some post editing, are very colorful with a "film-like" quality that I love. Changing settings on the V1 requires you to go into the menu, and I've read reviews where users criticized that feature. To tell you the truth, my experience using the menu to change shooting mode, ISO, AF, etc, has been quite easy, after initially learning the way it works. It's almost as fast to change settings as if you were using a dSLR. The ISO "range" feature is totally awesome on this camera. Light is always changing, so if you set the ISO to 100-400 or 100-800, you don't have to constantly change ISO for different situations. You have to read the light right when shooting this camera since images taken at ISO 1600 and 3200 can be noisy and need noise reduction adjustments in post editing. But I love the 10fps with the mechanical shutter. I love the design and the way it feels in the hand. It just looks really, really cool. The great thing about the V1 is its size and portability. It's awesome for street shooting and travel, as well as photojournalism. I shoot part-time freelance for a local newspaper and have taken the V1 along with my D7000. With the flash on the V1, the photos were totally useable for the newspaper.....and I don't even have any prime lenses for the V1 yet. I plan on getting the 10mm f/2.8 and 18.5mm 1.8. I also highly recommend you use one of the tiny flash units made for the V1 whenever you shoot indoors. I have the SB-N7. I love what Nikon is doing with their 1 System mirrorless cameras and I hope they continue it. I see myself using the V1 90% of the time over the bulky and heavier dSLR. You sacrifice a tiny bit of image quality but at 1/4 the weight and bulk of a dSLR/lens combo, I'll choose the lighter, less conspicuous V1 anytime. February 6, 2014
Full featured, compact A great camera, now discontinued. The 400fps video is fantastic. With the FT-1 lens adapter the AFS VR 70-300mm becomes 200-800mm equivalent. At 400fps, hand held, jitter becomes slow pan. Also has interval shutter (time-lapse). Some may not like 10 megapixels, only 5 times the size of a 1080p monitor. 10mp is plenty of crop space! February 5, 2014
Great Camera Great little camera. I have used this camera since it first came out and it is much better than a point and shoot and so much smaller and lighter than a DSLR. I have the flash and the FT 1 adapter so it will do anything that I need for it to do. Battery life is great and no batteries needed with the flash. Runs using the camera battery. I also have a adapter so that I can use Leica lens on the Nikon 1 body. Have to shoot all manual and use a hand held light meter but the images are great. With a 35mm 1.8 G series lens on the Nikon 1 you get a great portrait lens. December 15, 2013
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Yes, with some limitations. You will need a Nikon FT1 Mount Adapter and you must have firmware 1.10 or higher. VR works and autofocus is possible with AF-S lenses. Autofocus is not possible with Non AF-S lenses as these lenses require a focusing motor which the Nikon 1 cameras do not have. With CPU lenses, P,A,S & M exposure modes are available. With non-CPU lenses, only A & M modes are available and the aperture must be set using the aperture ring on the lens. Shooting in Motion Snapshot mode is only possible when focus has been acquired with an AF-S lens. The Smart Photo Selector function cannot be used.
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The Nikon 1 requires lenses spacific to the Nikon 1. They are much smaller & lighter
BUT, there are companys who make adapters to use other lenses but you lose some functions.
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Yes you can use normal SLR lenses but you will need the FT1 adaptor to mount them.
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You need a FT1 mount adapter to use DSLR lenses.
Please read:http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Products/Product/Lens-Adapters/3613/FT1-Mount-Adapter.html
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Will the auto focus function still work when using the FT1 lens adapter for either the J1 or V1?

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I am assuming that you have an AF-S lens. When an AF-S NIKKOR lens is used, focus is locked with the first shot with continuous shooting.
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I have a V1, an FT1 adapter, and a Nikon 70-300mm VR lens. I've found that the auto focus works well, but only for single images. With the adapter and lens attached the only focus modes I can choose are AF-S and MF. For me, this is a significant limitation since I like to shoot action scenes. I wish that that continuous focus (AF-C) would be available when using the FT1 for my new lens. Am I missing a setting? If not, does anyone know if Nikon will address this limitation with a firmware update? My firmware is up-to-date at this time.
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Yes, the Ft1 it's just an adapter.
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How do I charge the battery for my 1 V1?

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With the battery charger.
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Assemble the charger by inserting he power cable into the port on the charger or if you were supplied with a snap on wall plug insert that onto the charger. Insert battery into charger and hen plug it in. Will take about 2 1/2 hours for a fully discharged battery.
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With the battery charger thats in the box.
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When are we going to get a micro lens and a fast portrait lens?

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You may have noticed that a f1.8 18.5mm lens has just been released. Not quite a portrait lens but it is getting close.
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Thanks for your question about Nikon products. Unfortunately we cannot speculate about future products until official information is announced on our web site: www.nikonusa.com
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Is there a built in flash?

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Or do I have to buy the speed lite ?
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No, you have to purchase the SB-n5 speedlight which lists for about $150. I have seen them as low as $99 on eBay at times.
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You need the SB-N5 speedlight, no built in flash.
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When did this camera come out?

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Its now august but i would like to know how long it has been on the market. When was it released?
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It was released on Sept. 21, 2011
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It was announced 9/21/11 and released 2-3 months later
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How do you connect the ME-1 mic to the V1 hot shoe

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To connect the ME-1 stereo mic to the Nikon 1 V1, you must use the AS-N1000 multi-accessory port adapter. The adapter is placed on the hot shoe, and the mic placed on top of the adapter. http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Produ...
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Remove hot shoe cover, slide on mic, tighten thumb wheel, plug jack into mic plug on side of camera.
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Nikon 1 V1 Image Review ON / OFF option ?

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Way nikon didn't add this "Image Review on/off" option in any firmware?

Any ideea if we'll get this option in the future ?

The fast shooting and fast focusing it's null ( = 0 ) if we can't disable image review.

I realy hope we get this option.
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By " fast shooting and fast focusing " i mean that in single frame shooting it's not that fast even if i press the shutter-release halfway , is still showing the image i took ( yes now it doesn't stay that long on the screen but it is a delay ).
It's a good ideea to add the option to disable the image review , so when we use single frame shooting mode we'll not have to wait for the image to disappear or to press the shutter-realease halfway.
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I'm not sure if by "fast shooting and fast focusing" you mean a series of single shots taken in rapid succession, or continuous mode where pictures are taken at 5 frames per second while the shutter-release is held down. I will address both situations.

When shooting Single Frame (Still Image) mode, pressing the shutter-release halfway should clear the screen should clear and the camera focus for the next shot. See page 26 in the User's Guide.

When shooting Continuous mode, as long as you hold the shutter-release button, and the buffer is not full, the camera will continue take pictures at up to 5 frames per second. When the buffer is full, shooting speed will decrease. This is a result of the camera writing image files from the buffer to the memory card. In the lower right of the screen, the approximate number of images that can be written to the buffer at the current settings is displayed. Once the buffer is full, the shutter-release will be disabled until space becomes available in the buffer. You can increase the number of shots that can be taken before the buffer is full by selecting JPEG, a smaller size, or higher compression. See page 121 of the User's Guide for information on Continuous Mode. A faster memory card can add a few shots before the buffer fills. The fastest cards approved would be SDXC Class 10 UHS-1. These are available that write at up to 95MB/s. Although Class 6 are recommended for movie recording, photos are much higher resolution than movies and can benefit from a Class 10 UHS-1 card.
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i have recently bought a nikon v1 camera .Qu. does nikon have a case made for the camera ?

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Please click on the link below for compatible cases for the NIKON 1 V1:
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what kind of card is required for the camera to store photos on?c

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does the flash for the cameral have a built in attachement or do I need to buy the flash and another part to attach the flash?
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Here is the link:
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