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Infuse your world with imagery

For your very mobile lifestyle comes a completely new imaging system with freedom to create and express as never before. Highly compact and portable, the Nikon 1 J1 goes everywhere you go. Moments from your amazing world are captured using a highly responsive autofocus and super fast shooting speed. In one touch you can work in Full HD (1080p) movie record mode. A camera so versatile you can even snap photos while recording movies. Unleash your creativity with Nikon 1—offering a balance of high performance, advanced features, portability and a newly designed interchangeable lens system. Infuse your world with photos from every moment and connect as never before.
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One-Touch Photo Animation Experience
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1080p Movies

Revolutionary new Nikon 1 system breaks visual barriers

Innovation in technology and design

Today, all it takes is a single imaging device to capture and share every moment of an incredible and connected life. Nikon brings an evolution in imaging technology, starting with a newly developed Nikon CX-format super high-speed AF CMOS sensor that powers every capture. Ensure image precision through the new, compact interchangeable lens system featuring image stabilization (VR) and superior fast and quiet autofocus motors built on the NIKKOR heritage of optical excellence.

Focus that's as fast as you

Capture all the action

Not a moment is missed with a camera that keeps up with you! Always on the go, you know moments worth sharing can happen all the time. Don't let your creativity be hindered by slow focus speed; Nikon 1 J1 delivers an amazing 10 fps speed in autofocus mode. Grab every turn of the swimmer as he leaps from the high dive and glides into the water below. Even fast moving action like this is rendered with amazing clarity—thanks to an incredible 73 point AF array continuously working to ensure everything is sharp and clear.

For moments that deserve more

Motion Snapshot brings photos to life

Certain snapshots from life evoke emotions that just cannot be retold with merely a photograph. Remember the feelings you had while watching a wave crash to the shore or fireworks exploding overhead? Make those moments come alive in a single click using Motion Snapshot. Reveal the essence that can't be captured in a single photo.

Share a richer experience

Simultaneously capture Full HD (1080p) movies and photos

There will be moments when you're recording a great movie and an opportunity to grab an amazing photo comes along. Capture both at the same time! Start your movie recording with a touch of a button. See that great still? Hit the shutter even during record mode. Autofocus keeps everything sharp, working double duty to simultaneously capture both movies and photos. Infuse even more personality into multimedia creations by adding slow motion. For times when photos alone are not enough, family and friends will appreciate your expressions brought to life.

Get the best of what's seen

Let the camera do the work with Smart Photo Selector

For all the times you wished your camera could capture those great spontaneous moments while they unfolded in front of you, there is Nikon 1. Have too many blurry or poorly lit photos? Or how many photos do you have where someone's eyes were shut? With a single touch using Smart Photo Selector there are no more imperfect photos. Get the best of what you see. Engage in the moment while you let the camera do the work for you.

Creativity expanded with 1 NIKKOR Lenses

Compact, light, high performance optics

Expand creativity and select from a range of lens options, including one designed specifically for movie filming. Engineered for fast and easy swap-out, stay photo-ready all the time. Compactness brings portability, whether using the single focal length 10mm or the 30-110mm telephoto. 1 NIKKOR lenses feature Vibration Reduction (VR) to keep photos sharp, extending a heritage of precision symbolized by durability, superior image quality and optical excellence.
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.

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 give 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.

LCD monitor

Check your creativity: frame and share your creations on the large and sharp three-inch LCD color display. An ultra-high resolution screen featuring 460k-dots shows every detail to precision. An anti-glare coating renders easy viewing of photos and HD movies, even outdoors.

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 mount lens, you'll be expressing your thoughts and visions as never before. Even advanced features for photos and movies can be created with one-click ease.

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One-Lens Kit

Nikon 1 J1 White1 NIKKOR 10-30mm f/3.5 – 5.6 VR White
Price $499.95
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Two-Lens Wide Angle Kit

Nikon 1 J1 White1 NIKKOR 10mm f/2.8 White1 NIKKOR 10-30mm f/3.5 – 5.6 VR White
Price $749.95
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Two-Lens Zoom Kit

Nikon 1 J1 White1 NIKKOR 10-30mm f/3.5 – 5.6 VR White1 NIKKOR 30-110mm f/3.8 – 5.6 VR White
Price $749.95
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Two Lens Zoom Kit in Pink

Nikon 1 J1 Pink1 NIKKOR 10-30mm f/3.5 – 5.6 VR Pink1 NIKKOR 30-110mm f/3.8 – 5.6 VR Pink
Price $779.95
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Very impressed Bought this camera to take on an Alaska cruise. I purchased the two-lens zoom kit. I have only owned point-and-shoot auto-focus cameras before, so I was ready to move up to the next level. After spending some time to learn the features and different modes, I was very excited to use the camera to take landscape and wildlife shots. While our trip was lacking in wildlife, the landscapes were gorgeous and I believe this camera captured the landscapes beautifully. The telephoto lens, in particular, was great and the images I captured are nothing short of amazing. Using the Electronic (Hi) mode to take photos of the glaciers in Glacier Bay calving, I was able to capture ice chunks in mid-air. Using a polarizing filter, water glare from the ship was greatly diminished, and the detail I was able get was stunning (at least in my eyes). As much as I enjoyed using the camera in Alaska, I have really enjoyed using it around my town taking pictures of flowers, landscapes, insects, etc. The size makes it easy to haul around, and with the addition of the 10MM f/2.8 prime lens, it is the complete package for an amateur photographer like myself. I would highly recommend this for the amateur who wants to step up from a point-and-shoot to something more advanced. August 1, 2013
Great Photographs in a small package I own a Nikon D7000, Nikon D90 and Nikon P7100. My Nikon 1 J1 shots are much better then my Nikon P7100 and in low light match my DSLR'S. I own the 10-30mm and 30-110mm lens which produce great photographs. The size of The Nikon 1 J1 is so compact you can use it when you don't want to carry a DSLR. My Nikon P7100 is great for parties but for low light the Nikon 1 J1 beats it hands down. The built in flash is great. I wish it had an optical viewfinder however the LCD is very bright. July 21, 2013
Excellent camera in small package. Do I need still my D50 ? I bought this camera week ago and must say.....great. I did not expect a much but after I take a few pictures and see them on my computer I was in shock. Really there is no differences between pictures taken using Nikon D50 and J1. I'm not professional photographer but this camera is awesome. To take a picture is very easy , and the quality of pictures especially in RAW format is so good. Also close up are amazing .Details are so clear and sharp .. Built in flash is the best I ever seen in compact camera . It was the best choice I ever made buying a camera. After few mistakes with "power shoot's" and other gizmos finally got a super compact DSLR quality camera with changeable lenses. July 6, 2013
Really nifty camera! This camera takes great shots that are almost at a professional level, and you can take it anywhere because of its small size. April 1, 2013
Amazing!!! This camera is a must in families. I don't know what I did without it for so long. Thought the one I had was good, but this is amazing! It's great for action sports. My family rides dirt bikes and now I can get clear action shots of them just about every time. I simply love this camera!!! February 27, 2013
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will there be upcoming firmware updates for this camera to give it more features such as panorama (which the camera sadly does not have)?
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Is it waterproof?

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No, the only waterproof camera that we have is the COOLPIX AW100.
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can the nikon j1 take pictures in black and white?

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Yes, you can take picutres in Black and White (monochrome) with the NIKON J1.
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What type of SD cards can be used for the new Nikon 1 J1?

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I have a lexar SD card that when inserted into the camera says it's damaged and not to use it. But when I insert the same card into my Kodak camera it works just fine.
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I hope to use this J1 camera body directly on a microscope, is it possible?

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Or, if I have to use the supplied lens, could I mount it on a eyepiece with an adaptor?
Also, is there computer control software for control this camera like the DSLRs?
Could remote control do a lot of the functions that the computer control program does?
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You will need to get in contact with the manufacture of the Microscope for adaptor information. The NIKON 1 J1 is not compatible with Camera Control Pro 2. Also, this camera is compatible with the ML-L3 Wireless Remote in order to trigger the shutter remotely when using slower shutter speeds to prevent camera movement.
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Can i get all 3 kit lenses in red with the camera?

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Im obsessed with the color red
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You can get 2 kits in red; Two Lens Wide Angle Kit or the Two Lens Zoom Kit and get the third lens in red.
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Adjusting focus for the manual focus mode

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How do I adjust the focus when I set the Focus Mode to Manual Focus since the lens can only zoom in and out and not adjust the focus?
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Please see page # 140 of the user's manual for the NIKOn 1 J1 regarding Manual Focus.
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Hi can Nikon 1 mount lens be used with F mount body (eg D50/D5100). tnx

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No, the image circle of "1" series lenses is too small for the larger sensor of even DX "F" mount bodies. There is however an adapter that allows for mounting "F" mount lenses on "1" series cameras.
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does the Nikon J1 come with a warranty? I will be purchasing from bestbuy?

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Nikon 1 J1 Models are warranted by Nikon, Inc. to be free from defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year from the date of purchase. Just need the copy of the receipt of purchased.
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Is there any plans for a T-ring adaptor for the Nikon 1's so that astrophotographers can connect to our telescopes

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I was wondering if there is a way to manually control shutter speed on the J1? ie setting a shutter speed of 30 seconds?

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Yes, you can control the shutter speed manually.
Shutter type: Electronic Shutter
Fastest Shutter Speed: 1/16,000 sec. in steps of 1/3EV
Slowest Shutter Speed: 30 sec.
Flash Sync Speed: Up to 1/60 sec.
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where is located the serial number (useful for warranty)

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The serial number is located at the bottom of the camera.
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Blurred results when the subject is moving

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I have recently purchased a Nikon J1. I'm used to using a Canon 350D, mainly in the auto modes, so I thought the Nikon would be pretty similar, just a lot less bulky.

I mainly take pictures of my children who are always on the move. Using the 'still picture mode' on the J1, the pictures always come out blurred where there is movement.

Is it called 'still picture mode' because the subject has to be still?

I'm sure that this is down to the auto selected shutter speed being too slow (maybe due to low light and aperture selection?). Without having to set the speed myself and still continuing to use the auto modes, does anybody know what I'm doing wrong?

Am I using the wrong auto mode?

Should I be using the flash in all light conditions and do I always need to pop it up?

Any help appreciated.
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Does the flash cone on autimatically

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You'll need to slide the flash pop-up control and then choose a flash mode.
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How to get the flash to work.

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To use the flash, raise it by sliding the flash pop-up control and then choose a flash mode. Please see page # 58 of the user's manual for the NIKON J1, regarding the built-in flash.
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You can use the NC 40.5 Neutral Color 40.5mm filter.
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What settings should i use on my new Nikon J1 to take action pics in a gymnasium?

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I have recently purchased a Nikon J1. I'm used to using a Canon 350D, mainly in the auto modes, so I thought the Nikon would be pretty similar, just a lot less bulky.

I mainly take pictures of my children who are always on the move. Using the 'still picture mode' on the J1, the pictures always come out blurred where there is movement.

Is it called 'still picture mode' because the subject has to be still?

I'm sure that this is down to the auto selected shutter speed being too slow (maybe due to low light and aperture selection?). Without having to set the speed myself and still continuing to use the auto modes, does anybody know what I'm doing wrong?

Am I using the wrong auto mode?

Should I be using the flash in all light conditions and do I always need to pop it up? (how do I know when I need to use it?)

Will the J1 be capable of taking action/sports shots, if so, what settings should I be using.

I've included a few example shots (obviously not my best work!, but they show the blurring I'm experiencing)

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Is this camera water proof?

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No.
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How can you put the date on the pictures ?

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The Nikon 1 doesn't have the feature for date and time imprint.
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Tethering software

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Will the Capture NX 2 software work with the J1? I want to use it for tethering it to a laptop. If not, will the software be updated in the future to include J1 or V1?
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Capture NX 2 is a photo editing software. For that you will need Camera Control Pro 2 that enables you to capture images remotely but, the Nikon J1 is not compatible.
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Nikon J1,Built in Flash i-TTL built-in flash (Guide Number: approx. 5 [ISO 100*m]).

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After the built in flash pop out, there is no flash while photo taken. Is this technical issue or any exposure mode not activated it?Suppose once pop out automatically flash right?
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You have different Flash mode options in the NIKON 1 J1: Fill Flash, Red-eye reduction, Red-eye reduction + slow sync, Fill flash + Slow sync, Rear curtain sync + slow sync, and Rear curtain sync, please verify your settings, see page #58 regarding Flash modes.
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How can I adjust the shutter speed and the aperture of my Nikon J1?

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Press MENU then Exposure Mode. Please see page # 106 of the user's manual for the Nikon 1 J1 regarding Exposure mode settings.
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Compatible with final cut pro 7??

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Having issues with importing the HD footage in Final cut pro 7. It doesn't seem compatible (appears as unrenedered) even after the footage has been converted. Solutions ?
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The movie file format for the NIKON 1 J1 is MOV. Please get in contact with Apple for support regarding software.
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How does this hold up to cold temperatures and shock?

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