Nikon 1 V2

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Nikon 1 V2
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Maker Nikon
Type Mirrorless interchangeable lens camera
Image sensor type CMOS
Image sensor size 13.2 mm × 8.8 mm
Recording medium SD, SDHC, SDXC. Also UHS-I and Eye-Fi (WLAN)
Maximum resolution 14 megapixels: 4,608 x 3,072
Lens mount Nikon 1 mount
Focus hybrid phase detection and contrast detection autofocus

The Nikon 1 V2 is a Nikon 1 series high-speed mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera launched by Nikon on October 24, 2012.

Featuring a new 14 megapixel image sensor and further increased autofocus (hybrid autofocus with phase detection/contrast-detect AF and AF-assist illuminator) speed to 15 frames per second (fps),[1] the maximum continuous shooting speed stays at 60 fps for up to 40 frames.

The image processor Expeed 3A, a successor to the Expeed 3 used in the former Nikon 1 series cameras, features a new (according to Nikon) image-processing engine with increased speed of up to 850 megapixels per second.[2] It is developed exclusively for Nikon 1 cameras.[3]

The Nikon 1 V2 succeeds the Nikon 1 V1 and is succeeded by the Nikon 1 V3. The Nikon 1 V3 improves on the previous model with an 18.4MP sensor, built-in Wifi, FullHD video at 60 frames per second (non-interpolated), up to 120 frames per second video at 720p resolution, 20fps continuous AF, and 171 focus points, which Nikon claims gives better tracking autofocus than even DSLR cameras.[4]

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With the launch of the new camera, comes a number of improvements in features from the Nikon 1 V1. The improved sensor and processor have taken the pixels up to 14 megapixels, compared to the previous 10.1 megapixels with V1. Other improvements include a low light boost, faster action capture and improved lens selection.

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