Nikon 1 J1 10.1 MP HD Digital Camera System with 10-30mm VR 1 NIKKOR Lens, 8 GB SD Card, and Case (White)

June 17, 2014 - Comment

Personalize every shot using its interchangeable lens and an array of convenient, adjustable camera settings so you can get the life of the subject in smooth, efficient operation. You can view your work visibly on the Nikon 1 J1 Digital Camera’s 3.0 TFT-LCD screen that has a brightness adjustment, then save them in an SD,

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Personalize every shot using its interchangeable lens and an array of convenient, adjustable camera settings so you can get the life of the subject in smooth, efficient operation. You can view your work visibly on the Nikon 1 J1 Digital Camera’s 3.0 TFT-LCD screen that has a brightness adjustment, then save them in an SD, SDHC, or SDXC media. You can also let others indulge at your captivating creation at the same time when you integrate the Nikon 1 J1 Digital Camera via USB or HDMI interface to a larger monitor.

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J. Wischkaemper says:

It’s great, for what it is. There’s been a lot of talk about Nikon’s new 1 Series cameras, and a lot of disappointment over the CX sensor size, and the perceived lack of quality compared to Sony’s larger APS-C NEX cameras. Many enthusiasts have been understandably frustrated by this move, wanting the best of all worlds – D3 quality in a point and shoot body. The J1 doesn’t quite hit that mark, but if you understand what you’re buying and play to the camera’s strengths, it’s a great piece of gear for the beginner,…

Albie "Do Right" says:

Great start I initially preordered the V1, most of the lens, and the flash. I realized I was getting a Nikon 1 camera so that I don’t have to carry so much camera equipment. I cancelled the V1, and I purchased the J1 black instead. I am glad I did.I think for most people the J1 and 10 – 30 mm kit is the best choice. The 10mm pancake lens is nice if you want to do a lot of shooting in low light, but you can’t zoom. Most of you are used to zooming, and when you can’t get closer with your feet…

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