Nikon Introduces The 1 J5, a Mirrorless camera that takes 4K Video
Ryan Leiserowitz / 2 years ago
Nikon just introduced a new addition to its 1 series of mirrorless cameras, the J5. The J5 has a new 20.8MP VFI CMOS sensor, an XPSA image processor, an ISO range of 160 to 12,800, NFC, and WiFi.
The brand new camera also has a 3″ high res tilting LCD that can flip up and be used from the front for selfies. The camera can take 1080p video at 30 or 60 frames per second, and there is also an option for 720p video that records at 120fps. While Nikon did see fit to allow it to capture 4K video it can only record it at 15 frames per second. The camera is also great at taking still shots in continuous-shooting mode, up to 20 fps with focus enabled and 30 or 60 fps when locked. The camera will be released soon and will start at $500.