The V2 is out


Raptor937

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I personally find the blocky industrial design quite appealing.

Hopefully they've added AF-C while using the FT-1.
 

ageha

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I personally find the blocky industrial design quite appealing.

Hopefully they've added AF-C while using the FT-1.
The more I look at it the more I like it. It's just too bad it comes with a newer and smaller battery (EN-EL21) instead of the V1 (EN-EL15).
 

luna_sea83

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Looks a little like the Nikon F4 film SLR but with modern finishing.
 

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Looking at the pix it looks bigger than V1...but lighter thou...did they put Helium into the body?! Lolz.....
 

Anthony Lee

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Check out CNET Asia's exclusive hands-on with the Nikon 1 V2:

Hands-on: Nikon 1 V2 - Cameras - CNET Asia
Hi my friend,

Love to hear your comments of V2 1" sensor as compared to the RX100's. Am looking for such a camera and since I now have some Nikon lenses, maybe this V2 will be useful. If you can PM me, will be greatful. Thanks.
 

An drew

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Looks a little like the Nikon F4 film SLR but with modern finishing.
Haha, maybe the V3 will look like a D3. With such a form factor I would actually prefer the D3200.
 

ageha

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Looking at the pix it looks bigger than V1...but lighter thou...did they put Helium into the body?! Lolz.....
The V2 uses a smaller compact camera like battery slightly bigger than the one the J series uses, the V1 had the one from the D7000/600/800/E.
 

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