Nikon 1 V3

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Nikon 1 V3

Released March 2014

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Type Hybrid
Announced 13/03/2014  
Indicative price (USD) 999  
Sensor type CMOS  
Resolution 5248 x 3502  
Sensor photo detectors (Mpix) 18.38  
Sensor size (mm) 8.8 x 13.2 
Color filter array RGB 
Pixel pitch (µm)  
Bits per pixel 12.0
Focal length multiplier 2.7 
Aspect Ratio 3:2 
ISO latitude  160 - 12800 
Shutter type Electronic/Mechanical 
Fastest - Slowest speed (s) 1/16000 - 30.0  
Frame rate (fps) 30.0  
Live view  Yes 
Stabilization  No 
Dust cleaning Yes 
Mount type Nikon 1 CX  
Weight (gr) 324
Battery type Li-ion, EN-EL20a, 7.4V, 900mAh 
Battery weight (gr)  
Tropicalization No 
Camera material Metal 
Mount material Metal 
View finder type No 
View finder magnification
View finder coverage
Mirror lockup No 
View finder diopter No 
Monitor type LCD 
Monitor size
Monitor pixel 1037000 
Articulated screen Yes 
Touch screen Yes 
Contrast screen  
Low-pass filter  
Focus mode Yes 
Autofocus modes Auto (AF) Auto AF-S/AF-C selection (AF-A) Single-Servo AF (AF-S) Continuous-Servo (AF-C) Full-time Servo (AF-F) Manual Focus (MF) 
Number of autofocus points
Exposure bracketing  
Exposure compensation +/-3 EV in increments of 1/3EV 
Drive modes Single-frame (S) mode Continuous Self-timer mode Delayed remote Quick Response Remote Interval Timer Shooting 
Buffer size  
Recording medium microSD SDHC SDXC 
Image format JPEG, RAW (NEF) 
White balance bracketing No 
Connectivity USB/Type D mini-pin HDMI  
Bluetooth No 
3G No 
Sound recording Yes 
External micro Yes 
Histogram Yes 
Video Yes 
Maximum format image video 1920 x 1080 / 60 fps 
Full HD Yes 
Live autofocus Yes 
Video file format MOV 
Video codec H264,MPEG4 
Video stabilisation No 

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