Nikon to release mirrorless Nikon 1 J4 camera

Nikon to release mirrorless Nikon 1 J4 camera

The Japanese camera maker Nikon will soon release a new mirrorless digital camera that will be known as Nikon 1 J4. The new camera is expected in May 2014.

The upcoming Nikon product will belong to the budget Nikon cameras but despite this it will come with a rather nice aluminum chassis that will measure 100 x 60 x 29 mm and total weight of 232 grams. Customers will be able to choose among orange, black, silver and white colors.

The camera is said to have an 18.4 MP CMOS sensor, ISO between 160-12800, a dual-core Expeed A4 processor, a hybrid autofocus system, a 3-inch sensor display with more than 1 million pixels, Wi-Fi connectivity, a microSDXC slot, USB 2.0 and a mini-HDMI port. The camera is capable of shooting 1080/60p video or 720/120p video with stereo sound and offers 20 FPS in autofocus mode and 60 FPS with fixed focus.

If you decide to get this camera you will get more than it – the camera pack also comes with 1 Nikkor VR 10-30 mm f/3.5-5.6 PD-Zoom lens, a lithium-ion battery, a charger and a USB cable.

The price of the Nikon 1 J4 is expected to be EUR 590.

Source: Nikon

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