The Nikon 1 J5 is a mirrorless camera with 1" (2.7x) sensor and 20.8 megapixels manufactured from 2015 to 2018 (discontinued). The range of sensitivities, including ISO extension, is 160 - 12800 ISO and it has a continuous shooting (burst mode) of 20 FPS x 20 RAW, 20 JPEG. The average price, when it has been added to the JuzaPhoto database, is 500 €;
18 users have given it an average vote of 9.3 out of 10
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Pros:Lightness, especially with kit pumcake (10-30)
Cons:Lack of dedicated goals. With the adaptor and lenses F suffers balance and poor ergonomics. Lack of viewfinder. Battery so so... but it depends on usage.
Opinion:First mirrorless, new hold on sale (about 150€) with kit in 2018. Good quality of the files it churns out, even from the video side. Very light and small, suitable for beach holidays (when you do not want to bring an ad hoc bag). Recommended as a loser, but in 2021 there is better... The ergonomics are bad and the lack of the viewfinder (for those who are used to SLRs) is felt! The battery life is decent, but in case of heavy use it could create lively disappointments!
Pros:Size, weight, materials, excellent videos, feeling of quality in general
Cons:Optical Park out of production
Opinion:Taken as the first machine, to learn the basics of photography, convinced to resell it after some time to recover as much as possible and invest in an APS-C. I had to keep it, it's a real gem. Size and weight are derisory, but when you go to shoot you immediately feel the quality. I don't express myself on AF, I shoot mostly landscapes and don't need reactivity for that. But it certainly is amazing the quality of the file and the machinability in Lightroom. Good the ISO hold, but honestly I tend not to use it over the 1600. Useful the touchscreen, the battery has always led me to the end of the day and beyond. For the harsh law of the market Nikon has abandoned the project, and I consider it a great pity, especially for the optics become impossible to find new and difficult to get in the market of the used. If Nikon produced a mirrorless APS-C of this invoice, it would not rival it.
Pros:Aesthetics, materials, quality files and sharpness, size, colors, technology, burst, AF
Opinion:Bought on Amazon with a little discount in silver and white coloring, it's a bomb in all the senses. It's stunningly small and very small in hand that holds very well. The sensor is crazy, it also makes the files (even raw) incredible , Scary colors and sharpness. The AF is impressive, the 179 points cover almost all the sensor and the subject is always and immediately on fire. The 20fps burst allows you to use it as a sports car, only serves a telephoto lens (of series 1 or F attachment with a Adapter) .nnA highly technological and fast all-in-one with the new generation processor, it also has all of the most modern options like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, gps and, in my opinion, a very useful swivel screen that facilitates operations when The room is down.rnThe excellent kit (10-30) is very sharp and well cost edited The only defect is the framerate of the 4K (15fps if I do not errate) making it virtually useless.rnÉ a perfect machineFor travelers looking for performance in moderate sizeThe price may look high but they are very well spent money, It's a jewel.
Pros:Technology, Shutter Speed, Iso Hold, Pleasant Body, Raw, Crop Factor.
Cons:Eyecup, not tropicalized.
Opinion:I was looking for a machine to always carry with me, I tried it so much, I've tried it a lot, from Sony's rx100 to Fuji x100, going for the alpha 6000 .. budget tight at the bottom, after all I have the feflex for the series photos .rn Any choice made, found to be used with 3 days of life I take, with lens 10 30 from kit is ft adapter for the goals i have at home .. i have to say i am pleasantly surprised.rnoperative from now, 4k video, excellent portability , Great for street, wifi, nfc, and a mountain of electronic devilies, from picture control to camera effects. I should say that I was surprised at the upkeep of the Iso Iso, my old d300s went into crisis at 800 this at 6400 A sensor is the smallest half.rn I then mounted the ft1 adapter that allows to mount all the nikkor targets.rnImproved 64 fps with 300mm that with crop factor becomes 800 what you can do on a track board.rn anyway, what I was looking for was a machine Ultra door Tile to be affixed to the d610 and I can say I have made the center for my needs. Rnrnrnrn
Pros:AF fast. High definition (20.3 MP) despite small sensor (1 "). Handy and lightweight. Zoom Kit 10-30 (Eq. 27 to 81 mm). Jpg files of your choice / raw / raw + jpg. Continuous shooting up to 60 fps ( !). Tilt folding screen up to 180 degrees for car shots. Instantly share with wi-fi on your smartphone.
Cons:No viewfinder. Monitor difficult to read in bright light.
Opinion:339; Sport program is where you can preset speed multi-shot 10 to 60 fps via intermediates 20 and 40. Program Movies: Full HD at 30 or 60 fps, 4K (only 15 fps) shooting time-lapse (I have not yet tried) and accelerated video ... RNLA Battery (EN EL 24 to 850 Ah) has a range of about 300 shots Actual including the display of menus: in short, for a full day of hiking in the photo is that the defect sufficiente.rnSemmai It is that you can recharge the battery by pulling it out from the camera body. With the machine off with the "play" button you can also view the sun photo: I found that the machine is off, holding down the PLAY (x view photos) pulling the lever for the ignition, you can access all'archvio photos without turning the whole machine (which would also involve the lens aperture) .rnCon wi-fi and the App Nikon (WMU) you can use your smartphone as a remote control to shoot (thethe screen displays what is captured by the camera!). rn
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