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Eye-level electronic viewfinder.
Fast, accurate autofocus.
Excellent high ISO performance.
Fast burst shooting, including 10fps with AF.
Able to capture high-res stills while filming HD video.
No built-in flash.
Very limited lens selection.
Few physical controls.
Average noise performance.
Auto ISO mode doesn't work well.
Viewfinder slow to activate and no manual override.
Switches to slower AF system under dim conditions.
No exposure bracketing.
Live histogram or effects.
Proprietary accessory shoe limits options.
By GadgetSpeak on October 24, 2012
Last year I was at the launch of the Nikon 1 camera, and although I asked several times to review it I never got to the top of the list. Now however Nikon have just launched the Nikon 1 v1 which comes with two...
By CamcorderInfo on June 29, 2012
The V1 has a light and compact design that does put less pressure on your wrist during long video shots, but its lack of an articulated LCD and focus ring don't make for a very fun video recording experience. The camera does have a responsive and...
By PC Mag on May 08, 2012
The Nikon V1 is priced like a high-end mirrorless camera and delivers solid performance, but doesn't offer the level of controls or lens options that demanding photographers require....
By Tech2 on April 05, 2012
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By TechCentral on February 27, 2012
On the whole, the Nikon V1 is a nice MILC that has a good array of features that would attract enthusiasts. It's definitely one of the fastest cameras - for autofocus, subject tracking and continuous shooting, the V1 is one of the best in this...
By Digital Trends on February 27, 2012
We really have difficulty recommending the V1 as tested simply because it’s wildly expensive, and the results don’t measure up to the...
By Photo Answers on January 26, 2012
Nikon is the latest manufacturer to enter the CSC market and its V1 model is designed to offer D-SLR quality in a small body with an interchangeable lens design....
By PCWorld New Zealand on January 18, 2012
Mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras, or ‘hybrids’, are increasingly popular because they slot neatly into a sweet spot between compacts and DSLRs, in terms of both size and performance. It’s no real surprise then that Nikon, one of...
By Digital Camera Buyer on January 03, 2012
The new Nikon V1 produces superb images, but the hidden Manual mode and the excessive price somewhat tarnish an otherwise excellent product Overall Our provides the latest photography news, reviews, previews, features and tecniques. Alternatively...
By Photo Answers on January 01, 2012
Despite its small sensor, the V1 is by no means small in body – it’s no more pocket-friendly than any other CSC, but this makes it feel nicely chunky in the hand. The thickness of its...
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