This photograph with chromatic aberration (color fringing) removed:http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/954247102/photos/2775960/dsc_0072_without_ca
Jan Toude: There is some chromatic aberration (color fringing) in the Nikon 1 AW1 underwater photographs. Fortunately, it can be removed in post-processing (I tried this today).
An example of color fringing removal (DSC_0072 from the DPReview Nikon 1 AW1 gallery):http://www.dpreview.com/galleries/954247102/photos/2775960/dsc_0072_without_ca
There is some chromatic aberration (color fringing) in the Nikon 1 AW1 underwater photographs. Fortunately, it can be removed in post-processing (I tried this today).
groucher: Good review but please DPR stop referring to this camera as an 'underwater camera'. It is far more than that. Anyone with an interest in outdoor activities from caving to mountaineering and everything in between could be interested in this camera whilst 60 fps makes it the ideal camera for ball game photography and birding, particularly in the soggy UK. Wish I had one to photograph today's storm.
The AW1 desperately needs a viewfinder though. Using a rear display in harsh conditions is difficult.
@stupidisanart:> The 60fps has a really bad IQ to manage itLumix GX7 shoots in reduced resolution JPEG at 40fps. On the contrary, my Nikon 1 J1 produces very good RAW photos at 60fps.
Similar method: field camera + DSLR, no parallax issues:http://shadrin.rudtp.ru/Personal/Shadrin_Canon-VS-4x5Film_frame.htm
Weather sealed compact system camera with good sensor (little channel crosstalk, high DR, high resolution, fast readout) and open application programming interface.
Grass is smeared. It's Sony...