Nikon 1 J4 announced
When it comes to digital cameras, there are just so many models out there in the market, that it can get rather difficult to figure out just which particular model would suit your needs best. Not only that, the performance margins between rival models can be so small, sometimes it could be the advertising or simple customer loyalty that leads you to your purchase decision. Those who are more objective in their decision making process and are in the market for a lightweight digital camera that performs well might want to consider picking up the Nikon 1 J4 of course.
The Nikon 1 J4 has been dubbed to be able to track moving subjects with the world’s fastest continuous shooting with AF tracking, delivering excellent image quality along the way that makes full-scale photography possible. The new Nikon 1 J4 would be the latest member of the Nikon 1 family, where it sports support for interchangeable lenses as well that is capable of proposing new forms of imaging expression.
For starters, the Nikon 1 J4 happens to be a model that delivers performance with tracking of moving subjects that exceeds that of digital SLR cameras, in addition to advanced shooting functions alongside excellent image quality. All of this makes full-scale photography possible, and to think that it has been specially incorporated in a compact and lightweight body – now how about that for progress?
There are 105 focus points with phase-detection AF and 171 focus points with contrast-detect AF thrown into the mix to make sure that whatever you capture always looks at their very best. Support for high-speed continuous shooting at the world’s fastest continuous shooting rate of approximately 20 fps with AF tracking is also part of the deal, and there is the Best Moment Capture mode that comes in handy whenever it gets difficult to gauge the best time to press the shutter-release button.
Hardware specifications include a 18.4MP super high-speed AF CMOS sensor with no low-pass filter, and the latest EXPEED 4A image-processing engine. Any takers?