Nikon unveiled a new addition to its interchangeable lens mirrorless cameras dubbed 1 J4. According to the company this is one of the fastest interchangeable lens compact cameras for continuous shooting with autofocus tracking currently on the market.
The compact shooter is said to come with many of the features recently introduced with the company’s more advanced 1 V3 model, except in a more affordable package.
The J4′s Expeed 4 processor allows for burst shooting at 20fps with continuous autofocus, and 60fps if you select a fixed focus point. Its 18MP CX-format sensor features an AF system that has 171 contrast and 105 phase detect points, which can focus on almost any area of the frame. Video can be recorded at 1080p@60fps, and at 720p@120fps, while the ISO range is 160 – 12800 for low-light environments.
Otherwise, the camera features an all-aluminum build and has a 3″ touchscreen display, and Nikon has moved the storage on the 1 J4 down to a microSD card slot in order to keep the size down.
The Nikon 1 J4 camera will be available in white, silver, black and orange, and will also come with accessories including an underwater case and camera flash. Pricing and availability are yet to be announced.
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