Great things happen when you pack a quick picture processor into a little camera body, as Nikon has indicated with its new mid-range 1 model, the J4. With the most recent Expeed 4A imaging motor, the CX-sensor camera can now pump out 20 pictures for every second in blast mode with nonstop AF, which Nikon cases is the world's quickest (alongside the pricey new V3).
That is likewise an enormous knock over a year ago J3, and most different specs have additionally enhanced: there's currently 18.4 rather than 14.2-megapixels, 1080/60p feature in lieu of 1080/60i (with 120fps at 720p), a 105 point Pd/171 point contrast AF, another touchscreen and inherent Wifi.
One change camera people may not like is the utilization of MicroSD memory cards rather than industry standard SD cards, yet at any rate the J4 is marginally more modest and lighter than the J3. It'll come in dark, white, silver and orange yet there's no saying on when, where or for what amount. As a rough beginning stage, however, a year ago model was $600 with the 10-30mm pack lens.