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Nikon 1 V3 system camera
Mark Peters : March 18th 2014 - 08:05 CET
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NikonCapture Professional quality movies with the Nikon V3 : The Nikon 1 V3 system camera is ideal when you want to pack light, move fast, and film discreetly. Its hybrid autofocus system with quick and accurate phase-detection autofocus ensures smooth video action with precision subject tracking. You can hit the record button to start filming instantly, or take manual control over exposure and ISO settings, and electronic VR (E-VR) ensures blur-free footage for HD movies shot at 1080/30p or 720/30p. You can achieve breathtaking dramatic effects with Slow Motion, a function that plays back a 3 second, 120 fps HD movie clip over 12 seconds, and new creative movie modes making their debut in the Nikon 1 V3 include Fast Motion, Jump Cut, and 4-Second Movie.

Nikon 1 V3 video

Nikon 1 V3 video features
As with all Nikon 1 system cameras, you can capture high-resolution pictures while filming simply by pressing the shutter-release button, or use Nikon’s new Auto Image Capture: available for the first time in the Nikon 1 V3, this smart function analyses every frame and automatically snaps photos when conditions are best. The Nikon V3 is all about freedom of composition. Designed to let you fine-tune and create without taking your eyes off the subject, the system camera boasts a main command and sub-command dial, two programmable function buttons, and a feature button for quick access to the camera menu. The tilt-screen offers super-responsive touch control, enabling you to focus, shoot and adjust key settings, or preview creative functions, simply by tapping the 3-inch, 1037k-dot LCD monitor.

Nikon DF-N1000

Nikon 1 electronic viewfinder
For further precision, the new optional Nikon DF-N1000 electronic viewfinder (EVF) offers near 100% frame coverage: this detachable 2359k-dot electronic viewfinder delivers high-contrast, high-resolution performance, displays vital shooting information, and can magnify subjects for precise manual focusing. For additional stability when shooting with long lenses, the optional Nikon GR-N1010 camera grip boasts angled controls that allow comfortable access to the shutter-release button, and the grip has a third programmable function button and a subcommand wheel.

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