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Nikon J1 real-world samples gallery

By dpreview staff on Sep 22, 2011 at 07:36 GMT

We've published a gallery of 23 images shot with the Nikon J1. We've shot a selection of images using the Nikon J1 - the simpler of the company's two 'Nikon 1' cameras. Combined with the 1 Nikkor VR 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens, we've taken a variety of real-world images in a variety of light conditions. Given all the controversy the J1 and V1 have generated, we thought it made sense to look at some of its images. We've also included 5 raw files for you to examine.

Samples gallery

There are 23 images in the samples gallery. Please do not reproduce any of these images on a website or any newsletter / magazine without prior permission (see our copyright page). We make the originals available for private users to download to their own machines for personal examination or printing (in conjunction with this review), we do so in good faith, please don't abuse it.

Unless otherwise noted images taken with no particular settings at full resolution. Because our review images are now hosted on the 'galleries' section of dpreview.com, you can enjoy all of the new galleries functionality when browsing these samples.

Nikon J1 Preview Samples - Posted 22nd September 2011

Raw files for download

Here we provide raw files from the sample shots we take, to allow you to apply your own workflow techniques and see for yourself the benefits of shooting in raw mode.

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Total comments: 352
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BillCarr
By BillCarr (Sep 22, 2011)

FYI the last few images (all apparently high ISO) don't have their ISOs listed.

1 upvote
Robert Hoy
By Robert Hoy (Sep 22, 2011)

Might be ISO 3200 or 6400. Maybe 6400 that might be the "HI" setting that doesn't register by Dpreview system as of yet.

0 upvotes
Menneisyys
By Menneisyys (Sep 22, 2011)

Yup, neither does IR. However, if you click the "EXIF" button, they're shown.

0 upvotes
Richard Butler
By Richard Butler (Sep 22, 2011)

I'll look into it and see if we can add them manually. The system usually picks up EXIF data but if they're listed as something like 'Hi' it won't understand them.

0 upvotes
rhlpetrus
By rhlpetrus (Sep 22, 2011)

I wonder why so much hate against this camera from people that use ML or other. It's not for everyone, it's not a dslr substitute, it's just a new camera line from Nikon folks. Good to have options and competition. If it doesn't perform well market-wise Nikon will move on, like they probably are right now, developing a ML APS-C line, it's the way things are going. Canon is likely doing the same, we will see in the next couple of years.

A fixed-zoom version of the J1 would be very competitive in the LX5/S95 segment, a V1 with more manual controls would be a good compact for the enthusiast. This is still directed at the up-and-coming compact/iphone users.

5 upvotes
Menneisyys
By Menneisyys (Sep 22, 2011)

Agreed. The IR shots are very promising.

The three things I miss:
- bright lens
- 24mm UWA, even as a pancake
- 1080p 60p. The sensor can be read out 60 times a sec in full resolution; this means 1080p 60p could be done, even with off-sensor(!!) pixel binning(!!!!) / dynamic downsizing. Then, its video quality (resolution, SNR, demosaicing, moire) could easily be as good as that of the Pana GH2 and much better than anything else. Particularly if yoyu take into account that it's able to capture full-res(!) images during video recording (not even the GH2 is capable of this, let alone other cams)

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Photo Pete
By Photo Pete (Sep 22, 2011)

Look at this system as a very advanced, high performance compact camera with interchangeable lenses. It is not something that is trying to compete with a DSLR. Use a DSLR if you want shallow depth of field and ultimate low light ability. This is for travelling light, getting useable results in most lighting conditions but most of all... having an operational speed and focus speed that means you will get the shot, not be waiting for the camera to respond.

There is a lot of good stuff going on with this system. Personally I think this has the potential to make a pretty good second camera to a DSLR... something which micro 4/3 and the others don't (they're still too big to be a true compact alternative). If they introduce a version with proper camera controls this should kill the P7100 and G12 stone dead.

5 upvotes
G Davidson
By G Davidson (Sep 22, 2011)

I'm thinking something similar. When I walk around a camera store and try out M4/3, I keep saying to myself, 'a bit smaller, but still not really small'. Also, none lof the smaller ones have a built-in EVF, which is very attractive. In my personal ecosystem, it is competing with my LX5, which given some bright lenses, it could certainly make the grade.

1 upvote
pjsalty
By pjsalty (Sep 22, 2011)

This system is NOT appreciably smaller that m4/3, and comparing with kit lenses it will be quite a bit LARGER when Panny starts shipping the new X 14-42 lens.

2 upvotes
Photo Pete
By Photo Pete (Sep 22, 2011)

Imaging Resource have an iso series of images. ISO 3200 looks pretty useable.

This system looks to have some mileage to me, but needs some bodies with proper controls on them, rather than the point and shoot interface.

People seem to be waiting for a very small camera system which performs the same as the latest DSLRs. Well, it isn't going to happen. It is not physically possible for it to happen. Nikon seem to have accepted that and have avoided the trap of making a mirrorless camera that isn't giving any real alternative to the bulk of a DSLR.

1 upvote
Menneisyys
By Menneisyys (Sep 22, 2011)

IMHO, they aren't bad at all. Sure, ISO 6400 is noisy but there still isn't as much smearing as in, say, Oly m43 cameras at ISO 6400 (when supported at all). The sensor seems to be clearly better, SNR-wise, than the currently used 12 Mpixel one in all Oly cams (and lower-end/older Pana ones).

0 upvotes
Menneisyys
By Menneisyys (Sep 22, 2011)

I've directly compared the ISO6400 shot to both the 3200 and the 100 one. Pretty good for a 1" camera if you take into account the sensor is somewhat smaller than those of 4/3.

0 upvotes
calacarbo
By calacarbo (Sep 22, 2011)

look at the bright side : more models = more competicion = in time cheaper.:-P

1 upvote
rhlpetrus
By rhlpetrus (Sep 22, 2011)

Well, pretty good overall, I miss a straight portrait at 30mm and wide open, to show skintone and bokeh. Likley not a lot of isolation with such a slow lens, but at least would give some idea about this lens for one of its main uses, shooting family and friends. For landscape/cityscapes, low-light, good colors and good exposure. Should work well with good primes.

Now Nikon needs two things: a fixed zoom version of the J1 and a manual control version of the V1.

2 upvotes
Robert Hoy
By Robert Hoy (Sep 22, 2011)

The future lenses, shown as mock ups, includes a fast portrait prime.

0 upvotes
GrahamD
By GrahamD (Sep 22, 2011)

I think the people who would really appreciate this will be amateur wildlife photographers and birders, once they release a decent telephoto. A 300mm lens would be 810mm equivalent! But without the option of a long telephoto lenses, I don't see much advantage over a fixed lens camera. I understand the logic behind the small sensor. As sensors get better and more sensitive, you can either offer ever increasing ISO, or offer images with similar noise characteristics to earlier APS sensors but at a fraction of the size.

3 upvotes
ssebi_m
By ssebi_m (Sep 22, 2011)

Totally agree! The 2.7x magnification gives a good advantage to telephoto lens users, if it offers superior image quality compared to a super zoom P&S!

1 upvote
tom sugnet
By tom sugnet (Sep 22, 2011)

So point&shootish and bokehfree.

0 upvotes
marike6
By marike6 (Sep 22, 2011)

Honestly, DPReview in general does a good job with reviews, but what can we learn from these images? To go to NYC, one of the best for photography, and shoot ketchup bottles is a bit odd, when you have iconic buildings like Grand Central Terminal, or the Plaza Hotel.

Anyway, anyone who thinks their P&S takes images as good as this camera, go to Nikon's website and download the full-size sample images.

0 upvotes
Stephen_C
By Stephen_C (Sep 22, 2011)

On par with my G11. Nowhere near as good as M43 or APS-C.

7 upvotes
TonGolem
By TonGolem (Sep 22, 2011)

I'm pretty impressed by the quality in bright and low light! But then again, we saw pretty good performance on even smaller sensors (XZ-1). This camera will be a success!

1 upvote
zipcode
By zipcode (Sep 22, 2011)

While high iso seems quite good, which was to be expected they didn't go wild with many magapixels, the images are rather disappointing, colours seem... llifeless somehow.
The problem is the size of the camera isn't P&S at all, lenses aren't much smaller than existing alternatives. If the kit lens would be a small pancake, then yes, it would be something, but seems they take the way as the others, that the kit lens MUST be a small zoom.
The way I see it, current evil cameras are mostly appealing to people wanting to step up from P&S, most dslr people who I know tried them, went back to their toys, not good enough vs dslr, not small enough as alternative pocket size. Nikon I think tries to get that audience, but the size kinda fails, it's not small enough. And for P&S people who maybe want shallow dof and fast lenses, I'd say it will also not be so appealing.
But we will see in a few months. Reputation and marketing go a long way.

0 upvotes
zipcode
By zipcode (Sep 22, 2011)

While high iso seems quite good, which was to be expected they didn't go wild with many magapixels, the images are rather disappointing, colours seem... llifeless somehow.
The problem is the size of the camera isn't P&S at all, lenses aren't much smaller than existing alternatives. If the kit lens would be a small pancake, then yes, it would be something, but seems they take the way as the others, that the kit lens MUST be a small zoom.
The way I see it, current evil cameras are mostly appealing to people wanting to step up from P&S, most dslr people who I know tried them, went back to their toys, not good enough vs dslr, not small enough as alternative pocket size. Nikon I think tries to get that audience, but the size kinda fails, it's not small enough. And for P&S people who maybe want shallow dof and fast lenses, I'd say it will also not be so appealing.
But we will see in a few months. Reputation and marketing go a long way.

0 upvotes
Eric Glam
By Eric Glam (Sep 22, 2011)

Seems there's a lack of DR in the highlights.
Or was the sky really that white?

0 upvotes
Andy Crowe
By Andy Crowe (Sep 22, 2011)

Image quality seems pretty reasonable as expected (somewhere between m4/3 and the best compacts) but where are the fast lenses? Got a portrait prime coming, but f3.5 on the standard lens is pretty disappointing and no fast normal prime announced...

1 upvote
Neil Morgan
By Neil Morgan (Sep 22, 2011)

Its amazing that a camera can generate so much hate before its even been released?

Well there are a lot of people saying bad things about this camera and not one of them have a photo gallery and most have only posted to bag a product.

How about letting people vote with their money before you write it off, more photos and less talk, we might take you seriously then.

5 upvotes
Simon Zeev
By Simon Zeev (Sep 22, 2011)

I agree 100%
I wonder how many of the people need all of the functions of their cameras and use them.
Cameras are getting smaller and better. And we have to admit that those cameras are not designed for professionals.

1 upvote
sandy b
By sandy b (Sep 22, 2011)

Thre are alot of people here who resent Nikon and want to see them fail. Thse pictures are just fine, and had they been shot with their own brand, all these haters would be praising them.

6 upvotes
Ivanaker
By Ivanaker (Sep 22, 2011)

This site is full of m43 users. panasonic in the 1st place. they just hate everything else and sit and write here all day long. nikon and canon users are out there shooting.

guys, nikon makes the best cameras in the world overall. they have a massive team of experts who have decided to make this camera exactly as they made it. and those people are a lot smarter then us (especialy pana users :p). D1, D100, D3, D90, D700, D7000. guys who made those cameras also made this one, and they sure know what are they doing

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HiRez
By HiRez (Sep 22, 2011)

Not that impressed, not horrible, but not great for a camera of that price. Noise at 3200 ISO looks decent though. I won't be trading in my D700 for that anytime soon, let's put it that way.

0 upvotes
Adi Wibowo
By Adi Wibowo (Sep 22, 2011)

Are you serious comparing this camera with D700? How about with D3100?

0 upvotes
Le Kilt
By Le Kilt (Sep 22, 2011)

P&S camera with good iso3200, high fps and fast focussing, really great for taking kids doing sport.
How many struggle when kids and pets are running around...?
Remember, this is not aimed at pros and enthusiasts.

7 upvotes
rhlpetrus
By rhlpetrus (Sep 22, 2011)

+1 good post

0 upvotes
ThePhilips
By ThePhilips (Sep 22, 2011)

... but not at the price point!

The price point puts the cameras immediately at least into the enthusiast category.

P.S. My colleague was recently looking into buying "an expensive compact camera." I showed him LX5 and S95 and replied with "are you crazy? I will not spend more than $200 on a camera!"

3 upvotes
Matt Random
By Matt Random (Sep 22, 2011)

I am considering this system mainly because it does have potential for shooting kids. The m43 I have has fallen on it's face in this respect - indoors w/ decent lighting (museum/bouncy place) it is ugly noise or slow shutter speeds. I've been considering the NEX-7, but the focus speed is going to have to be a lot better than the NEX-5N if I want to use it for kids.

The pick-the-best feature seems like it would be good for shooting kids since you can get that perfect smile which is sometimes fleeting with a kid that can't stand still! Shutter lag on the m43 is noticeable which means that missing the shot is a real possibility.

I've been using SLRs and DSLRs for 20 years. I'm looking for the holy grail that works for kids, allows for artistic control (DOF and shutter control mainly) and can easily be lugged around all day at the Zoo or theme park. I'm the one that goes on the rides with the wee one and my wife doesn't take kindly to being handed a bulky heavy DSLR time and time again.

3 upvotes
Superka
By Superka (Sep 22, 2011)

The Nikon politics seems really strange for me... Why not make something like Fuji X100? People would be happy to have a APS-C small camera with a little (but all needed) controls, because there is still a little choise (Only Fuji X100 is really good, but not perfect).

0 upvotes
rhlpetrus
By rhlpetrus (Sep 22, 2011)

You are thinking about dslr owners who want a smaller APS-C camera. This is not it, wait for Nikon or Canon to go ML for the APS-C line, it'll come. This is directed at compact owners with interest in better quality and video.

1 upvote
kadarpik
By kadarpik (Sep 22, 2011)

very average image quality ? Why they have done such an average thing ? Ok pentax Q is tiny and Oly and Sony has IQ this is understandable, what is the identity of this camera ? Is the body color main advantage.

2 upvotes
Simon Zeev
By Simon Zeev (Sep 22, 2011)

The images are good enough for me.
Anyway I will prefer a camera with an EVF.
My opinion is that a good EVF is the best kind of viewfinder existing and I try all of them from the small one of bellows camera 6x9, the RF, TLR, SLR and EVF.

1 upvote
MeneM
By MeneM (Sep 22, 2011)

Extremely underwhelming... I'll keep my S95 for now.

6 upvotes
MeneM
By MeneM (Sep 22, 2011)

I mean: "This is for people who have outgrown there compact's but don't want all those difficult controls."

Really Nikon? That just means they have NOT OUTGROWN there compact camera yet.

When you outgrow your compact camera, you want some more impact with shallow DOF and more control over it. You want fast glass and good optics.

And most of all, you want a sensor that is at LEAST the 4/3's.

When people have outgrown there compact's they will not flock to this fail-ic but will choose the 4/3's or a x100 for about the same price!

Time will tell.

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Henry M. Hertz
By Henry M. Hertz (Sep 22, 2011)

so who will buy it mostly?

1) people who are not interested in the system behind it.
these people just want a small compact camera with a good IQ.
you will not sell many lenses to these people.
moms and japanese schoolgirls are happy with the kit zoom.

2) people who could also buy a small superzoom camera.
but lured into buying this system camera by nikons PR.

3) nikon fans who buy everthing from nikon just to have it.

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Henry M. Hertz
By Henry M. Hertz (Sep 22, 2011)

or let me put it this way.
i think many people could be happy with the nikon 1 system if it were the only system on the market.

image quality is good enough for them and for the targeted audience the stupid handling (no pasm) fits their casual shooter needs.

but when you take m43 and NEX into account i see no real reason to buy into the N1 system.

it will always have the smaller sensor. no matter how much sensor technology improves it will always have a smaller sensor then m43.

given that the N1 system is not smaller then say a PEN E-PL3 i see no reason to buy a smaller sensor for the same price.

the new AF is maybe great... but as these are SYSTEMS the next generation of m43 will sure have something similiar. so i get it when i upgrade my PEN.
i don´t buy ONE camera i buy into a system. a long term investment.

5 upvotes
GeorgeZ
By GeorgeZ (Sep 22, 2011)

Maybe YOU are drinking and writing- the J1 is 25% smaller than the E-PL3. So there's a good reason to chose it over the PEN, even for people who don't need to have everything Nikon.

0 upvotes
Henry M. Hertz
By Henry M. Hertz (Sep 22, 2011)

then buy the crap nikon fanboy!

and you are wrong it is not 25% smaller.

3 upvotes
Henry M. Hertz
By Henry M. Hertz (Sep 22, 2011)

you have to take the lens into account.
or do you use a camera without a lens?

3 upvotes
GeorgeZ
By GeorgeZ (Sep 22, 2011)

Sure I did but I won't have a discussion with someone like you.

0 upvotes
Henry M. Hertz
By Henry M. Hertz (Sep 22, 2011)

dito i don´t like dumb people.... so you better wait for your examples. whatever examples that may be.....

1 upvote
sandy b
By sandy b (Sep 22, 2011)

Its obvious you have an agenda with all the mutiutude have hate you spew at this camera and Nikon

0 upvotes
Pizza Hut
By Pizza Hut (Sep 22, 2011)

The Nikon is not an P&S....

better ...

It is a point & squirt camera ...

0 upvotes
Pizza Hut
By Pizza Hut (Sep 22, 2011)

How much would you pay for a one inch sensor?

20% less than the price of Sony NEX.

Nice try Nikon .... let's see who falls for this.

2 upvotes
GeorgeZ
By GeorgeZ (Sep 22, 2011)

Maybe 20% more, bute also 25% more body. Ever thought of that?

0 upvotes
GeorgeZ
By GeorgeZ (Sep 22, 2011)

Oh my god, fianlly a sample gallery but alas, the typical dpr arts-fartsy photos. Why on earth can't you post samples that show best what the camera can do not what the photographer thinks is cool?

1 upvote
Octane
By Octane (Sep 22, 2011)

what part of 'real world examples' did you not understand?

8 upvotes
GeorgeZ
By GeorgeZ (Sep 22, 2011)

I don't care what they call it, the point is that the samples here always try to show... you know, what I wrote above.
If you can optimally judge the IQ of the J1 by looking at these ok, I cannot. And that's all I care about at this point in time. Ok?

0 upvotes
Henry M. Hertz
By Henry M. Hertz (Sep 22, 2011)

don´t drink and write!

what the hell do you want?
these are normal pictures.

6 upvotes
JelleNL
By JelleNL (Sep 22, 2011)

They would call it a review if the were to show the optimal...

0 upvotes
Henry M. Hertz
By Henry M. Hertz (Sep 22, 2011)

given that the moms and japanese schoolgirls will print (if they print at all) at 10x15cm.... the image quality is good enough. for their flickr and facebook accounts it´s also good enough.

but that is not the main problem with this camera system.
i dont think that people complain about the IQ of the N1 system so much.

the problem with the system ist that their are BETTER alternatives already.

nikon has a medicore product at best when compared to m43.

only the AF (if he is really that good) interests me on this camera.
but i would never ever buy into this system.

1 upvote
Peter62
By Peter62 (Sep 22, 2011)

The whole CX-System is absolutely useless! The CX-sensor has less than one third of tan APS-C (DX) sensor area. This makes the J1 / V1 point&shoot cameras with interchangeable lenses. But you don't need those lenses for a small sensor-camera, as most of those "Superzooms" cover a wide zoom-range already.

I think these new Nikons will fall in price by 50 % within 6 months after introduction.

(Sorry for my poor English.)

9 upvotes
wmac
By wmac (Sep 22, 2011)

New interchangeable Pentax has a censor of 1/13 size of APS-C. This one is 4.5 times the size of Pentax censor.

How is it equal to a point and shoot?

I thought I am on a photography website and people talk out of experience/knowledge.

3 upvotes
Henry M. Hertz
By Henry M. Hertz (Sep 22, 2011)

well the pentax Q system is even more crap.. and most people serious about photography hate it.

6 upvotes
Pizza Hut
By Pizza Hut (Sep 22, 2011)

Errr ...

Pentax Q? Why even bother.
Nikon 1, slighter better than why even bother ...

3 upvotes
Robert Hoy
By Robert Hoy (Sep 22, 2011)

Hut: the Nikon 1 is not aimed at enthusiasts or professionals.

0 upvotes
cheddargav
By cheddargav (Sep 22, 2011)

As someone else has pointed out, these are showing nothing better than camera phone quality. It's clever marketing by Nikon but I see nothing here to excite photographers, I'd go as far to say that they've just made m4/3 look like an even better option by releasing this camera - why would you get it over an E-PM1 for example?
Strange....

4 upvotes
Le Kilt
By Le Kilt (Sep 22, 2011)

For some, high fps with very fast focussing...

0 upvotes
mungozan
By mungozan (Sep 22, 2011)

Can you spell "depth of field". Or rather too much of it. No control, very uninteresting P&S-like pictures.

9 upvotes
jpr2
By jpr2 (Sep 22, 2011)

very few of these samples show wide open performance, and the few which do are pretty underwhelming - one can forget about shallow DOF shooting

2 upvotes
Double Dust
By Double Dust (Sep 22, 2011)

3200 ISO doesn't look too bad at first glance, so perhaps it's a good combination of sensor and processor...?

1 upvote
zebarnabe
By zebarnabe (Sep 22, 2011)

Just lacking manual controls and bright aperture lens to give some shall depth of field... now .... if m43 updates their sensors to something at the level of current days, after GH1 they kept recycling sensors and G3/GH2 sensors are not that good because of those 16MP, I don't see the point of acquiring this system.

Today compacts like Canon SX230 HS fill pretty much all consumer needs (and it gets more disturbing if you compare what you get from SX230 with S95).

With that said Nikon does good sensors, DR, Color and Noise might be impressive on this little cameras (but with NEX system they sure need to make the price go down).

0 upvotes
Dark_Knight
By Dark_Knight (Sep 22, 2011)

Sony NEX 7 smokes this camera.

9 upvotes
Absolutic
By Absolutic (Sep 22, 2011)

they let you take the camera on a plane? very nice

0 upvotes
TheTeh
By TheTeh (Sep 22, 2011)

I think Nikon is making a fool of itself with 1!

9 upvotes
Pizza Hut
By Pizza Hut (Sep 22, 2011)

"One" refers to the length of the designer's certain body part ....

Toe nail ...

Anyway ... I would buy Nikon One if it had APCS sensor.

1 upvote
buzzif
By buzzif (Sep 22, 2011)

ISO3200 seems good.
IMHO some heavy NR... but i've seen worst...

1 upvote
wlad
By wlad (Sep 22, 2011)

looks like pictures from my P&S :(

9 upvotes
Michele Kappa
By Michele Kappa (Sep 22, 2011)

Only it costs about 450 to 700name-your-currency more.

0 upvotes
wmac
By wmac (Sep 22, 2011)

Your P&S produces such photos at ISO3200? Can you name it?

2 upvotes
Pizza Hut
By Pizza Hut (Sep 22, 2011)

More like point and squirt ...

2 upvotes
wlad
By wlad (Sep 22, 2011)

no, my P&S does not produce such photos at ISO3200, but it produces equally sharp photos without any out of focus blur.

0 upvotes
photo perzon
By photo perzon (Sep 22, 2011)

They look good

4 upvotes
obican
By obican (Sep 22, 2011)

The images don't look anything special. If I was looking for a carry around, easy and simple camera with those results, I'd just get an iPhone.

2 upvotes
obican
By obican (Sep 22, 2011)

On the other hand, with its fast autofocus and ability to use a 100-300 lens as a 270-810, I'd like to have one of these if I were a soccer mom.

And since I already have a Nex-5 with a 500/8 lens, I know that it's extremely hard to stabilize. Even monopods and tripods don't really help as a 100-300 lens wouldn't have a tripod mount. Putting the camera to your eye helps a lot, but still you'll look ridiculous with that tiny body and that lens.

0 upvotes
wmac
By wmac (Sep 22, 2011)

The special thing is that, with a relatively small censor the quality of photos at ISO3200 and even Hi1 is quite acceptable.

4 upvotes
mike_2008
By mike_2008 (Sep 22, 2011)

With 810mm and f(high number) and a need for fast exposure to freeze action you need either blazing sunlight or very very high iso. Let's keep it real.

1 upvote
Michele Kappa
By Michele Kappa (Sep 23, 2011)

Good thing is, an IPhone also has internet, cellphone and application capabilities for the same price.

0 upvotes
MGJA
By MGJA (Sep 22, 2011)

Thank you! Why is ISO not registered with several images?

0 upvotes
Absolutic
By Absolutic (Sep 22, 2011)

those must be ISO6400, often when Nikon designates something as High ISO (meaning ISO6400 for this camera) many programs do not show the ISO.

1 upvote
Lift Off
By Lift Off (Sep 22, 2011)

As expected, the images are flat and lifeless.

Honestly, I'd rather use my girlfriend's Sony WX1...

Very disappointed, Nikon. I won't spend a dime on this system.

3 upvotes
Robert Hoy
By Robert Hoy (Sep 22, 2011)

Lift Off, it doesn't look like it is targeted at a customer like you. Have a nice day.

0 upvotes
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