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Elevate creativity to new heights

For your very mobile lifestyle comes a completely new imaging system designed with freedom—to create and express—in mind. Creativity without boundaries is yours with a balance of high performance, advanced features, portability and newly designed interchangeable lens system. Compact and highly portable, the Nikon 1 V1 goes everywhere you go. Amazing images captured with a highly responsive autofocus plus super fast shooting speed. Touch a dial and capture Full HD (1080p) movies. Snap high resolution still photos even while you record! Attach a Speedlight to add fill light, or use the GPS unit to add location data to image files. Infuse your world with imagery and express as never before.


1,440,000-dot
SVGA Electronic Viewfinder
10 FPS
Continuous Shooting
i-TTL
Hot Shoe
Full HD
1080p Movies

Witness the revolutionary new Nikon 1 System

A breakthrough in technology and design

Capture every moment of an incredible life with an evolution in imaging technology. At the heart of Nikon 1 is EXPEED 3, a culmination of years of dedication to advancing digital imaging technologies. Witness outstanding system performance, high-speed dual image processors, state-of-the-art focal-plane phase detection auto focus and the fastest data transfer rates. Superior image quality, tone reproduction, advanced noise reduction, and an ability to create a whole new type of image are all delivered with the new Nikon 1.

Focus without hesitation

Advanced hybrid AF puts the focus in your control

Your camera goes with you everywhere since moments worth sharing can happen at any instant. Nikon 1 V1 delivers an amazing 10 fps speed in autofocus and 60 fps in manual mode, courtesy of a unique combination of contrast and focal plane phase detect autofocus. Don't let your creativity be hindered by slow focus speed. Even fast moving action is rendered with amazing clarity—thanks to an incredible 73 point AF array continuously working to ensure everything is sharp and clear.

Professional touches extend versatility

Features to bring photography into the incredible

Work like a pro with an advanced set of features that extend creativity. Flexibility comes to your workflow allowing composition with either the electronic viewfinder or Live View LCD panel during both still and movie work. Extend your lighting range by tapping the multi-accessory port and connect the small, yet powerful Speedlight unit. Capture perfect audio for all movie needs by plugging a high quality microphone (support for Nikon's ME-1 Microphone with the AS-N1000 adapter) into that same port. There's even an optional GPS unit that records longitude, latitude and altitude.

For moments that deserve more

Motion Snapshot brings the memory to life

Certain glances at life just cannot be retold with merely a single photograph. Bring to life those incredible times by injecting personal interpretation through Motion Snapshot. In a single click, your vision takes flight—bringing moment, motion and sound to light. Reveal the essence that can't be captured in a single photo.

Extend your creativity

Simultaneously capture Full HD (1080p) movies and photos

Work with both high resolution photos and Full HD (1080p) movies to bring even more creative expression to life. Start recording at the touch of a button. See a moment you'd like as a still? Hit the shutter. Autofocus keeps everything in focus, even when working double duty to record movies and photograph stills. Elevate production with the addition of varied frame rates in 30/60/400/1200 fps. Don't be hindered by working in just one mode—Nikon 1 flexibility gives you more.

Only the best photo returned

Let the camera do the work with Smart Photo Selector

Always producing, always looking to frame a shot to perfection? What if there was a camera that could do the thinking for you—working to return a photo with optimal exposure, subjects in frame, clarity and focus, even eyes open? For times when you prefer to just be in the moment and let the camera do the work, move the dial to Smart Photo Selector. You find the best moment. Nikon 1 V1 will capture it.

1 NIKKOR Lenses

Compact, light, high performance optics

Express quality with the revolutionary new 1 NIKKOR lens system. Don't be limited by a single fixed focal length—select from a growing selection of lenses that incorporate Nikon's Vibration Reduction (VR) technology for blur-free images. Aspherical elements keep lenses compact while maintaining high quality. A silent stepping motor (STM) keeps autofocusing quiet—especially during movie recording. Compactness brings portability, whether using the single focal length 10mm or the 30-110mm telephoto. 1 NIKKOR extends a heritage of precision symbolized by durability, superior image quality and optical excellence.
Low light

An advanced innovative Nikon super high-speed AF CMOS imaging sensor, wide ISO range and option to select the best lens for the job gives you even more control over the light. Produce amazing photos in all those moody environments. Tap only ambient light and open the most artistic doors to photographing on the dance floor, nabbing dramatic sunsets and candlelit moments. For extended range, attach the 1 Nikon Speedlight for fill flash and more.

Electronic viewfinder

Accustomed to framing your images with a viewfinder? The Nikon 1 gives photographers the option to work with flexibility—using either the 1,440,000 -dot (SVGA) electronic viewfinder (EVF) or the large high resolution, 921,000-dot (VGA) LCD panel with 100 percent view. See every one of your creations rendered clearly on the high contrast viewfinder. The camera's eye sensor allows you to toggle between EVF and LCD views by placing your eye to the EVF. A Diopter adjustment is available, as well.

EXPEED 3 Processor

EXPEED 3 marks the culmination of years of dedication to advancing digital imaging technologies. At the heart of Nikon 1 is EXPEED 3, with dual image processors, to deliver outstanding system performance, high-speed processing, state-of-the-art phase detection autofocus and the fastest data transfer rates. Witness outstanding image quality, tone reproduction and advanced autofocus at unprecedented speeds.

Intuitive simplicity

Easy access to advanced features are hallmarks of the Nikon 1 system. From the ultra intuitive command and features buttons, easy-to-understand menu and fast lens mount, you'll be expressing thoughts and visions as never before. Even advanced features for photos and movies can be created with one-click ease.

LCD monitor

Check your creativity: frame and share your creations on the large and sharp 3.0-inch LCD color display. An ultra-high resolution VGA screen featuring 921,000-dots shows every detail to precision. An anti-glare coating renders easy viewing of photos and HD movies, even outdoors.

Speedlight

For instances where available light is not enough to properly illuminate subjects, or when special lighting effects are desired, use the optional Nikon 1 SB-N5 Speedlight. Plug this compact device into the i-TTL hot shoe. Angle the device up, down, left or right and bounce light to your creative advantage. No batteries are required to power this device.

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One-Lens Kit

Nikon 1 V1 Black1 NIKKOR 10-30mm f/3.5 – 5.6 VR Black
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Two-Lens Wide Angle Kit

Nikon 1 V1 Black1 NIKKOR 10mm f/2.8 Black1 NIKKOR 10-30mm f/3.5 – 5.6 VR Black
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Two-Lens Zoom Kit

Nikon 1 V1 Black1 NIKKOR 10-30mm f/3.5 – 5.6 VR Black1 NIKKOR 30-110mm f/3.8 – 5.6 VR Black
Price $569.95
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Amazing shots! I bought this camera to travel with since i was sick of lugging my dslr everywhere with me on vacation. The build quality is great, and the picture quality is amazing. I barely take out my dslr anymore, I prefer to shoot with this camera now. February 8, 2013
My Second Review of Nikon 1 V1 I wrote a review of the Nikon 1 V1 in May of 2012. New camera, for me, then, 1500 + pics now. I can say that this is among the best, if not THE best, camera I have used/owned in the past 52 years and I've used cameras from the obscur Miranda to the famous Nikons and Leicas. This camera is fast, when recycling, even when using it's remarkable flash, quick and easy focusing, highly versatile and easy to use, having clear concise menus and buttons. One of the things I appreciate about the V1 is it's similiarity to classic, read old if you like, cameras. It just feels right. I own three lenses. The 10-30, 30-100 and the new 50 mm. f 1.8, all remarkable lenses, "needle" sharp as we used to say. I can go on but I am running out of space. Again, as they used to say, try it, you'll like it. Oh, a "professional" camera is what a "professional" uses, not what an 'ad says ..... January 17, 2013
Serious camera, easy to handle Aftter taking pictures with everything from sheet film film cameras to digital point and shoots, this is my favorite camera so far. My DSLR can stay home. I have used this camera in Italy, Fiji and a fishing trip to the mountains and it just does everything. The image processing software is so smart I don't need much post processing--I get it right in the camera. I like the eye level viewfinder. It's almost as good as using a mirror and a lot lighter and quieter. My only complaint is the positioning of the wheel used to select modes. It won't stay put. I'm also waiting for some more lenses. How about a nice macro and an ultra wide angle in prime lenses? Also, do get the V1 for Dummies book as another reviewer suggested. This is all the camera you will need for a lot of uses. Also, pick up the wonderful SB-N5 strobe. It is a serious strobe and super compact. Nice job, Nikon! January 6, 2013
Great little camera THe camera is great. It shoots excellent pictures and videos. I love the smart photo selector and the slow motion video mode. Manual setting is kind of hard to get to but is is completely functional. December 28, 2012
Best of Both Worlds I never used to take many pictures. Too much work (and embarrassment) to lug around a big camera, and by the time you get it ready the shot is gone. Until I got my smartphone, that is: the camera takes good shots, is always available, and it's free (after the phone, of course). I have been shooting for years with it. But, my growing family left me feeling the limitations of even the best cameraphone: - poor low-light shooting - no rapid-fire shots - no physical zoom - no changeable lenses All that changed with the Nikon V1, which is my first "real" camera and which I love. It addresses (in a big way) all my complaints of both large and small cameras and offers the best compromise currently available. Compared to the phone, the V1 has: - excellent low-light performance (most of my photos occur in the living room) - fast shooting (faster than some 10x-$ DSLRs in fact, which helps capture the nuance of a baby's laugh) - great base lens selection and incredible lens selection with the FT-1 adapter (highly recommended) Yet compared to the big DSLR, the V1 still has: - compact & light form, yet high-quality build and materials - fastest autofocus on the market (research and learn! Nikon is doing some amazing, ground-breaking stuff with the 1 series, and the V1 is just the beginning) - viewfinder (clutch for certain shots) - no overkill with buttons all over the place, yet all the settings are there if you want to learn and adjust In the 2 months since I got mine, I have shot over three thousand images, and I've found it to be easy to use, comfortably portable enough to keep nearby, yet still capable of producing fantastic images that I could never get out of a smaller system. Then there are the small surprises that make the V1 awesome, such as the optional silent or physical shutter, which is critical for getting pictures of loved ones without them becoming self-conscious. The auto-on viewfinder is convenient. The lens-lock - with its auto-on feature - is also smart and keeps the system compact. And the "subject-tracking" autofocus is out of this world and not something I think is available on other cameras (not sure about this, but I will say I use it almost exclusively, it's that good). All these things together result in a product which must be seen to be believed. Outstanding images with utmost convenience, ease, and compactness. I would also like to mention the two "special" modes invented for the 1 series: "Smart photo selector" and "Motion snapshot". Smart photo selector is amazing, taking over for my #1 complaint about the burden of taking 100s of photos and trying to pick the best 1: the V1 does it for you (and it's good at it). Motion snapshot might have been neat, except there's no option to remove the music so I've never really tried it. It's just too cheesy. Which brings me to the cons: - lame coolpix-style grip. The grip attachment is a burden. - loose, rattling eyelets for the neckstrap are obnoxious. - Auto-on viewfinder is too sensitive, by a lot. My shadow often makes the screen come on. Also, no manual way to set only viewfinder or only screen for those times one is needed exclusively. - the main menu should always begin in the shooting submenu, since that's where 99% of the adjustments are made day-to-day - When using the FT-1, the shutter speed is arbitrarily limited to 1/1.3s, for absolutely no reason. Shutter should always go to the full 2 minutes at my discretion. - the exposure algorithm is intent on producing a "daytime" histogram, where it should be obsessed with eliminating blur. Thus, shutter speed when set by the computer is always too slow (to admit more light), kids running in the house look like smears, and so I end up shooting on shutter-priority a lot. This is because a dark picture is preferable to a blurry picture: a dark picture can be enhanced, a blurry picture is trash. But don't get me wrong: I use this camera every day and tend to get perfect moments captured which I can preserve for a lifetime. It's absolutely the best out there and that's all there is to it. August 23, 2012
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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:
http://www.nikonusa.com/Nikon-Produ... 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:
http://support.nikonusa.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/17519/~/approved-memory-cards---nikon1-v1
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