New Interchangeable Lenses Camera Unveiled

Nikon has today unveiled their latest camera in the form of the new Nikon 1 J5 Ultra HD 4K camera that is equipped with a 3-inch, high-res LCD and a brand-new 20.8 megapixel backside-illumination VFI CMOS sensor.

Nikon 1 J5 Ultra HD 4K camera

Other features of the Nikon 1 J5 camera include a XP5A image processor, ISO range of 1600 to 12,800 and support for NFC and WiFi connectivity to smartphones and tablets as well as having interchangeable lenses.

Nikon is marketing the new camera as “the world’s fastest continuous shooting with AF and the world’s shortest shooting time lag.”

“The NIKON 1 J5 is an extremely portable compact and lightweight camera, a primary characteristic of the Nikon 1 series, with which the world’s fastest*1 continuous shooting with AF at up to approximately 20 fps, as well as the world’s shortest*2 shooting time lag, have been achieved. It offers moving-subject capturing performance that exceeds that of digital SLR cameras, and even better image quality and operation than ever before.

Operation has been improved with a number of features that offer greater support for full-scale photography, including Function (Fn) button, to which a frequently used function can be assigned beforehand, a command dial that allows users to adjust settings while framing images, and a tilting LCD monitor that enables capture of self-portraits.”

Source: Nikon

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