Pros: The camera I reviewed was accompanied by three lenses
Cons: it simply wonderful
Nikon introduced its small, mirrorless, interchangeable lens cameras, J1 and V1 1 1 (similar to J1, but with the addition of a viewfinder) in 2011. Nikon was a little late in the game, as Olympus and Panasonic had already published more than a generation camera sensor 4/3 from 2009 and Samsung and Sony introduced cameras with more sensor APS-C in 2010. Nikon 1 cameras seem to have been designed to appeal to the point and shoot user who wants a camera with better image quality, as the cameras were small and fast, with simplified controls. They received rave reviews, including this site. J2 was published in 2012 and J3 in January 2013. When I opened the box, I was surprised how small, stylish and lightweight, the J3 was. But is that the device performance and image quality to match its attractive appearance?
J3 improves its predecessors with a higher resolution 14.2 megapixel against 10.1. As with previous versions, the D3 can shoot uncompressed (RAW) and JPEG files. The camera has a 8.8 x 13.2mm mm CMOS sensor The camera (a 2.7 crop factor), a 921,000 dot, three-inch diagonal LCD screen and 1080 HD video capability, and the ability to record videos in slow motion. uses Nikon system " hybrid "autofocus, which uses a combination of phase detection and contrast detection for fast focusing and accurate in various conditions. J3 has several options of continuous shooting. It can record up five frames per second with flash enabled and either 15, 30 or 60 frames per second for recording without the flash. The device can be used in manual mode, shutter priority and aperture priority modes, although that functions such as shutter speed and aperture can be defined only by delving deep into the menu of the camera. Along with its manual modes the camera has some interesting shooting modes Creative views . It uses SD, SDHC and SDXC memory card standard.