Nikon announces Nikon 1 S2 digital camera

Nikon announces Nikon 1 S2 digital camera

The famous Japanese manufacturer of digital cameras Nikon has announced the Nikon 1 S2 mirrorless digital camera.

The new company product comes in a nice aluminum chassis and measures 101 x 60.8 x 29.4 mm for total weight of 230 grams. The device is available in white, black, red and yellow and has a 14.2-megapixel Nikon CX sensor, sensitivity of ISO 160-6400, automatic controls, support for 1080p video and the ability to shoot 14.2 MP pictures and 1080p video all at the same time. The rest of the specs include continuous shooting at 20 fps and compatibility with the optional WU-1a wireless mobile adapter for Wi-Fi connectivity and microSD cards.

The Nikon 1 S2 will be available in June so do not look for it in your local photography shop just yet. The camera will sell for USD 449.95. Photography aficionados will be able to get a two lens kit with 11-27.5mm F3.5-5.6 and VR 30-110mm F3.8-5.6 lens too. This one will sell for USD 699.95.

Source: Nikon

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