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Nikon 1 V2 camera revealed

The camera giant unveils another mirrorless snapper to tempt you from depths of the SLR waters

Nikon has announced the successor to its V1 mirrorless camera, the V2, which arrives with an upgraded 14.2MP CMOS sensor with a 160-6400 ISO range. Available in black or white, the Nikon 1 V2 also houses a new Expeed 3A image processor for faster shooting.

The Nikon 1 V2 can churn through 15fps with continuous autofocus or 60fps with fixed-point AF and houses a 3in 1440k-dot electronic viewfinder in its magnesium alloy body.

Video is taken care of too, with Full HD recording at 60fps to 30p frame rates and you can even shoot in extreme slow motion – 1200fps – if you film with a smaller frame size.

A new Slow View feature lets shutterbugs capture 40 full-res photos before playing through them, allowing the best shot to be selected with ease.

If all of that has tickled your fancy then you can pick up a Nikon 1 V2 of your very own from November 22nd for £800 (10-30mm kit) or £970 (10-30mm and 30-110mm kit).

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