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In continuous shooting mode, the EVF freezes for a split second after each shot, but with some practice, you will be able to track your subject unless it moves in a completely erratic fashion.
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The shutter is not very loud but you can hear the sound of the motor that's used to cock it. Note however that while this is a major achievement, it's limited by a buffer that Nikon 1 V1 Camera only hold 30 raw files. Additionally, the use of this mode precludes AF tracking - you have to lower the Nikon 1 V1 Camera rate to 10fps if you want that - and the viewfinder goes blank while the pictures are being taken.
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About the only application we can think of where shooting full-resolution stills at 60fps could really come in handy is AE bracketing for HDR imaging. At this rate, a series of 5 bracketed shots could be taken in less than 0. Alas, the Nikon V1 does not offer Nikon 1 V1 Camera a feature - in fact it does not offer autoexposure bracketing at all. First and foremost, the camera can be set to shoot Full HD footage, and you even get to choose from p 30fps or i 60fps, depending on whether you prefer to work with progressive or interlaced video.
If you don't need Full HD, there's also p 60fps, which is really smooth and still counts as high definition. Secondly, you get full manual control over exposure in video mode. This is an option; you don't have to shoot in M mode but you can if that's what you need. Thirdly, you get fast, continuous AF in video mode, and it works well, especially in good light. Movies Nikon 1 V1 Camera compressed using the H.
There are separate shutter release buttons for stills and video, and thanks to this - as well as the massive processing power of the Nikon V1 - you can take multiple full-resolution stills even while recording HD video. This works in the other way round too - you can capture a movie clip even when the mode dial is in the Still Image position, simply by pressing the red movie shutter release. In addition to being capable of shooting regular movies in HD quality, the Nikon 1 V1 can also shoot video at fps for slow-motion playback. The resolution is lower and the aspect ratio is an ultra-widescreen 2. These videos are played back at 30fps, which is more than 13x slower than the capture speed of fps, allowing you to get creative and show the world an array of Nikon 1 V1 Camera phenomena that happen too quickly to observe in real time.
Nikon 1 V1
The Nikon V1 goes even further by offering a fps video mode, but the resolution and overall quality is too poor for that to be genuinely useful. The third icon on the mode dial stands for Smart Photo Selector. This feature allows the camera to capture no less than 20 photos at a single press of the shutter release, Nikon 1 V1 Camera some that were taken before fully depressing the button.
The Nikon 1 V1 Camera analyses the individual pictures in the series and discards 15 of them, keeping only the five that it thinks Nikon 1 V1 Camera best in terms of sharpness and composition. This feature can be genuinely useful when photographing fast action and fleeting moments. Finally, there's a so-called Motion Snapshot mode in which the camera records a brief high-definition movie - whose buffering starts at a half-press of the shutter release, so again includes events that had happened before the button was fully depressed - and also takes a still photograph.
The movie and the still image are saved in separate files but the camera can combine them into a single slow-motion clip with background music. It's fun but we can't really envision people using this shooting mode on a regular basis. If you view the video on a computer, it will play back at normal Nikon 1 V1 Camera, without sound, so this mode is really only interesting if you view the clip in-camera or hook the camera up to an HDTV via an HDMI cable. The camera runs on the same EN-EL15 Lithium-ion battery that powers the Nikon D digital SLR camera, and is consequently capable of producing considerably more shots on a single charge than its little brother, the Nikon 1 J1.
The use of this battery also explains some of the extra bulk and weight. The camera's tripod socket is made of metal and is positioned in line with the lens' optical axis. On one Nikon 1 V1 Camera, we liked it a lot.
Nikon 1 V1 : Tests and Reviews
In good light, its auto-focus system is indeed faster than pretty much anything we've used so far, being able to track and lock focus on a range of truly fast-moving subjects, and yielding a lot of sharp images in situations where our keeper rates have never been very high. Additionally, its high-speed continuous Nikon 1 V1 Camera modes have allowed us to capture interesting moments that we'd have surely missed if we had used a slower camera. Evolution, stasis or regression?
Launched in Octoberthe Nikon Nikon 1 V1 Camera V2 is a not unexpected update to the Nikon 1 V1which debuted in September The Nikon 1 Series cameras are hybrid cameras with interchangeable lenses. Nikon 1 V1 Double zoom kit.
Nikon 1 V1 : Tests and Reviews - DxOMark
The Double zoom kit includes the Nikon 1 V1 Camera 1 NIKKOR VR mm f/ standard zoom lens and the compact 1 NIKKOR VR mm f/ telephoto zoom lens. For your very mobile lifestyle comes a completely new camera system designed with freedom—to create and express—in mind. The Nikon 1 J1 balance of high.