jeff-c

jeff-c

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Joined on Nov 23, 2000

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  • Most of the camera review sites miss the 1 series video capability. Thom did mention its AF capability in video mode. However, few or none of them ever do a thorough comparison of the 1 series full ...
  • Replied in June 26th
    According to Nikon: http://www.nikon-image.com/products/info/2014/0617.htm
  • It's probably for the upcoming P8000 as in a bridge camera configuration similar to Panasonic's FZ-1000 and Sony RX10.
  • The sensors in J4 and V3 are assumed identical, or at least based on the same sensor technology and yet there is 11% difference in the Low-Light ISO result: 426 for J4 and 384 for V3. Looking ...
  • The golf swing movie is mentioned being downsized from 4k. Is that a 40 frames at 60 fps still shot?
  • It's in Chinese but the video samples should speak for themselves. http://www.mobile01.com/newsdetail.php?id=14927 Video samples: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt6ZibEa4naSeIg7QV2f_Kw/videos
  • Replied in 54 Mbps!
    I downloaded an V3 sample someone posted in this forum and it's bit rate is 54 Mbps. And the V series doesn't use AVCHD, it's h.264 AVC.
  • Replied in Do the math
    10 fps at 1/60 takes total of 0.167 second, that's for exposure time only, not counting sensor refresh time. 60 fps at 1/60 takes exactly 1 second just for exposure, I doubt you can even have that ...
  • I have both, the original RX100 and V1. In fact I bought the RX100 after I already had the J1. The RX100 is a very nice package for sure. The IQ is slightly better than J1, even comparing its 20mp ...
  • Let's see: V1 EVF yes Flash no V2 EVF yes Flash yes V3 EVF no Flash yes V4 is going to delete both EVF and flash. Seriusly, I wish they make the V series more forward compatible with Nikon's DSLR ...
  • Courtesy of camerasize.com, here is a visual size comparison of the three V series cameras. As a complete package, V2 is the most compact and it even has a built-in flash. V3 without EVF is ...
  • Replied in AW1
    To add more to your confusion they have an Nikon 1 AW1. The Nikon 1 family is more and more like the Sony NEX: more bodies than lenses.
  • Replied in Unlikely
    Given the harsh relationship between Nikon and Sigma, especially the recent law suit by Nikon against Sigma for violation of using Nikon's VR patent, it's very unlikely we will see CX mount lenses ...
  • Wow, the bit rate is at 35.85Mbps, much higher than AVCHD's 24M.
  • The jello effect is due to sensor data being read line by line from top to bottom. There is a time difference between the read data from the top of the sensor and the read data from the bottom. Spe ...
  • You will see the serious limitation of most cameras except a few DSLR's and the Nikon 1 system.
  • During the launch of the Nikon 1 series back in 2011 they did show a native Nikon 1 macro mock up. Of all the mock up lenses they showed, only the macro is not released yet so we can expect a ...
  • The Chinese did it. Looks like coming from the same vendor who makes the shoes for Sony. The part number is MSA-5 and eBay has a couple sellers carrying it.
  • Even with the $800 kit price the V3 (and V2/V1 for that matter) is still over priced. I bought my J1 kit at full retail price but I didn't want to pay V1 at the full retail. The V1 fire sales did ...
  • Created discussions V3 Body Only Price
    Nikon USA only offers a full bundle package of V3 that consists of the V3, a new 10-30 PD Zoom, EVF and grip. The FT-1 is a temporary giveaway. Nikon USA doesn't offer V3 simple lens kit or body ...
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