Monday, December 5, 2011

Nikon has their cameras without mirrors

Along with Canon, Nikon is the leading brand of camera mirror par excellence. So much so that both chambers had no markings such as "micro four thirds." With the introduction of the new Nikon 1 V1 and J1 on Wednesday Nikon, Canon has become the only company that does not have in its inventory of these devices.

This is the least risky bet. While the Japanese market cameras without mirrors are all the rage and now represent over 30 percent of the total market in Europe and the U.S. seem to need a boost. In fact the only American country account for 10 percent of total sales of cameras with interchangeable lens models.

As well its name implies, the difference between the classic DSLR and current micro four thirds is the lack of the latter a system of mirrors. This difference is in many ways: from the minimalism of the design, reducing its size to weight reduction. And all thanks to improved technology using sensors that are becoming more developed and better capture the images.

Both new models feature a 10.1 megapixel sensor CMOS also record video. In addition, video cameras to allow slow-motion mode and reaches 10 frames per second burst shooting mode.
As explained in Nikon cameras will be sold starting in October and will cost around 900 euros, although the final price will depend on each country.


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