Nikon’s newest excessive-velocity mirrorless cameras come to the US
After a (fortunately temporary) wait, Nikon’s tremendous-speedy J4 mirrorless digital camera is coming to the US — and it is bringing alongside a low-value counterpart, the S2. It is best to see the J4 arrive later this month for $650 with a normal 10-30mm zoom lens, or about $50 greater than the outgoing J3. It’s going to even be out there in an $850 package with a extra versatile 10-100mm lens, and a $1,050 bundle is on faucet if you’d like each the ten-30mm glass and an extended-vary 30-110mm telephoto lens. As you’d anticipate, the hardware hasn’t modified within the few weeks since Nikon first unveiled the J4. You are still getting the brand new 18.four-megapixel sensor and Expeed 4A picture processor that, mixed, allow you to pump out photographs at a gentle 20 frames per second with superior autofocusing (171 distinction detection factors and a hundred and five part detection factors). You will additionally take pleasure in relative luxuries comparable to a touchscreen and WiFi photograph sharing.
Not surprisingly, the S2 makes fairly a number of sacrifices to cater to the price range-minded crowd. Whereas it nonetheless consists of the J4’s all-essential 20 fps capturing fee, you will need to accept a 14.2MP sensor with fewer autofocusing factors (one hundred thirty five distinction, seventy three part); the touchscreen and constructed-in WiFi are gone, too. In the event you can reside with out these creature comforts, although, your pockets might thanks. The S2 ships in June for $450 with an eleven-27.5mm lens, or $seven hundred in a bundle that provides the 30-110mm telephoto.
- Key specs
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- Sort Mirrorless interchangeable lens
- Lens mount Different
- Decision (efficient) 18.four&#one hundred sixty;megapixels
- Reminiscence card microSD
- Introduced 2014-04-10
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