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  • Low-light situations | Experience the power of VR! | Empower Your Hand-held Shooting | Nikon
    caused by camera shake is likely to occur with slower shutter speeds in dark scenes Taken with the D7000 s D Movie Nikon Global Site Terms of Use Privacy Policy

    Original URL path: http://chsvimg.nikon.com/lineup/lens/concept/vr/en/experience/low_light/ (2016-02-17)
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  • D-Movie recording | Experience the power of VR! | Empower Your Hand-held Shooting | Nikon
    D Movie that records exactly what is seen The effect in movie recording is equivalent to that obtained during half pressing of the shutter release button in still image shooting For details refer to Dual algorithm Nikon Global Site Terms

    Original URL path: http://chsvimg.nikon.com/lineup/lens/concept/vr/en/experience/movie/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Why VR is built into the lens | Empower Your Hand-held Shooting | Nikon
    in SLR shooting VR Vibration Reduction function built into the lenses provides stable viewfinder images as well as blur corrected captured images letting photographers concentrate on subjects and compositions for comfortable shooting The stable viewfinder image makes it easy to place a focus point on a target area What s more because blur corrected images reach the AF sensor and metering sensor precise focusing and exposure metering are achieved Nikon

    Original URL path: http://chsvimg.nikon.com/lineup/lens/concept/vr/en/in_lens_vr/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Nikon’s exclusive VR technologies | Empower Your Hand-held Shooting | Nikon
    years An easy to see viewfinder image is an important factor for comfortable shooting with SLR cameras In the following pages Nikon s exclusive mechanisms and functions are introduced Nikon

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  • What causes image blur | Empower Your Hand-held Shooting | Nikon
    your own body against a railing or wall Without camera shake With camera shake How is it different from subject movement or defocusing Subject movement Image blur can result from the subject moving while the shutter is open Such movement results in the subject only being blurred To some extent this kind of image blur can be prevented by setting your camera to a faster shutter speed In some cases

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    Original URL path: /lineup/microsite/vr/ (2016-02-17)


  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Nikon 1 J5
    ISO sensitivity control ISO 160 6400 160 3200 160 800 available user controlled in exposure modes P S A and M Active D Lighting On off Focus Autofocus Hybrid autofocus phase detection contrast detect AF AF assist illuminator Lens servo Autofocus AF Single AF AF S continuous AF AF C auto AF S AF C selection AF A fulltime AF AF F Manual focus MF AF area mode Single point auto area subject tracking Focus area Single point AF 171 focus areas the center 105 areas support phase detection AF Auto area AF 41 focus areas Focus lock Focus can be locked by pressing shutter release button halfway single AF Face priority On off Flash Built in flash Auto and all creative modes other than HDR easy panorama landscape and night landscape Flash pops up automatically and fires as required P S A M and self portrait Manual Guide Number GN Approx 5 16 m ft ISO 100 20 ºC 68 ºF at ISO 160 Guide Number is approx 6 3 20 7 Control i TTL flash control using image sensor Mode Auto auto red eye reduction fill flash fill flash slow sync red eye reduction red eye reduction slow sync rear curtain sync rear curtain slow sync off Flash compensation 3 1 EV in increments of 1 3 EV Flash ready indicator Lights when built in flash unit is fully charged White balance White balance Auto incandescent fluorescent direct sunlight flash cloudy shade preset manual all except preset manual with fine tuning Movie Metering TTL metering using image sensor Metering method Matrix Center weighted Meters 4 5 mm circle in center of frame Spot Meters 2 mm circle centered on selected focus area Frame size pixels recording rate HD movies aspect ratio 16 9 1920 x 1080 60p 59 94 fps 1920 x 1080 30p 29 97 fps 1280 x 720 60p 59 94 fps 1280 x 720 30p 29 97 fps 4K movies aspect ratio 16 9 3840 x 2160 15p 14 99 fps Slow motion movies 1280 x 720 120 fps aspect ratio 16 9 plays at 30p 29 97 fps 800 x 296 400 fps aspect ratio 8 3 plays at 30p 29 97 fps 400 x 144 1200 fps aspect ratio 8 3 plays at 30p 29 97 fps Time lapse fast motion jump cut and 4 second movies aspect ratio 16 9 1920 x 1080 30p 29 97 fps Motion Snapshots movie portion aspect ratio 16 9 1920 x 1080 60p 59 94 fps plays at 24p 23 976 fps File format MOV Video compression H 264 MPEG 4 Advanced Video Coding Audio recording format PCM Audio recording device Built in stereo microphone sensitivity adjustable Monitor Monitor 7 5 cm 3 in approx 1037k dot tilting TFT LCD touch screen with brightness adjustment Playback Playback Full frame and thumbnail 4 9 or 16 images or calendar playback with playback zoom bursts shown as key frames or as consecutive pictures movie and panorama playback slide

    Original URL path: http://chsvimg.nikon.com/lineup/acil/bodies/j5/spec.htm (2016-02-17)
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  • Nikon | Imaging Products | Nikon 1 J4
    A and M modes Active D Lighting On off Focus Autofocus Hybrid autofocus phase detection contrast detect AF AF assist illuminator Lens servo Autofocus AF Single AF AF S continuous AF AF C auto AF S AF C selection AF A fulltime AF AF F Manual focus MF AF area mode Single point auto area subject tracking Focus area Single point AF 171 focus areas the center 105 areas support phase detection AF Auto area AF 41 focus areas Focus lock Focus can be locked by pressing shutter release button halfway single AF Face priority On off Flash Built in flash Auto Soft Miniature effect Selective color Cross process Toy camera effect Creative mode Flash pops up automatically and fires as required P programmed auto S shutter priority auto A aperture priority auto M manual Creative mode Manual pop up Guide Number GN Approx 5 16 m ft ISO 100 20 C 68 F at ISO 160 Guide Number is approx 6 3 20 7 Control i TTL flash control using image sensor Mode Auto auto red eye reduction fill flash fill flash slow sync red eye reduction red eye reduction slow sync rear curtain sync rear curtain slow sync off Flash compensation 3 1 EV in increments of 1 3 EV Flash ready indicator Lights when built in flash unit is fully charged White balance White balance Auto incandescent fluorescent direct sunlight flash cloudy shade underwater preset manual all except preset manual with fine tuning Movie Metering TTL metering using image sensor Metering method Matrix Center weighted Meters 4 5 mm circle in center of frame Spot Meters 2mm circle centered on selected focus area Frame size pixels recording rate HD movies aspect ratio 16 9 1920 x 1080 60p 59 94 fps 1920 x 1080 30p 29 97 fps 1280 x 720 60p 59 94 fps 1280 x 720 30p 29 97 fps Slow motion movies 1280 x 720 120 fps aspect ratio 16 9 plays at 30p 29 97 fps 768 x 288 400 fps aspect ratio 8 3 plays at 30p 29 97 fps 416 x 144 1200 fps aspect ratio 26 9 plays at 30p 29 97 fps Fast motion jump cut and 4 second movies aspect ratio 16 9 1920 x 1080 30p 29 97 fps Motion Snapshots movie portion aspect ratio 16 9 1920 x 1080 60p 59 94 fps plays at 24p 23 976 fps File format MOV Video compression H 264 MPEG 4 Advanced Video Coding Audio recording format PCM Audio recording device Built in stereo microphone sensitivity adjustable Monitor Monitor 7 5 cm 3 in approx 1037k dot TFT LCD touch screen with brightness adjustment Playback Playback Full frame and thumbnail 4 9 or 16 images or calendar playback with playback zoom movie and panorama playback slide show histogram display auto image rotation and rating option Interface USB Hi Speed USB HDMI output Type D HDMI connector Wireless Standards IEEE 802 11b IEEE 802 11g Communications protocols IEEE 802 11b

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