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]

It is the successor of the Nikon 1 V1 and succeeded by the Nikon 1 V3. Nikon 1 V3 use 18.4MP sensor, built-in Wifi, Full HD 60p, 720p up to 120fps, 20fps continuous AF as the fastest in MILC category, has 171 focus points which Nikon itself claims better than DSLR to track moving object.[4]


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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