Small, sleek and fully loaded - Nikon's newest J range camera is a pared-down version of the V3
The Nikon 1 J4 may be a good mirrorless camera, but Nikon really needs to turn up the volume when you consider the strong competition.
Big improvement, still needs work
Unless you can find the Nikon 1 S2 at a ridiculously low price, we suggest you spend a little more money on stronger mirrorless cameras like Sony’s A5000.
Sacrificed at the altar of the J4
Sharp lens, Impressive images through ISO 1600
Better JPEG image quality
Great image quality
Impressive noise control at higher ISO settings
Lot of shooting options
Video is surprisingly smooth and sharp in the top 1080/30p mode
Flexible LCD screen
Excellent VR optical stabilisation, Built-in GPS with POI database
Impressive zoom range for its size and weight
Very sharp lens, 22x zoom range, Short shutter lag
Best travel-zoom camera, adding wi-fi connectivity, GPS tracking
22x optical zoom, GPS capability
30x zoom lens, a high-res 3-inch LCD
Ease of use, simplicity
8fps burst and lots of other continuous modes, 180 and 360 degree panoramas
Good value, Big zoom option, Sharp results usually
Good zoom range, Compact, easy to grip body
Good build, design and handling
Wi-Fi, GPS, and full access to the Google Play store
First ever camera to use the Android smartphone operating system
Android OS, 10x optical zoom, Touchscreen
Automatic scene selection when in Easy Auto mode
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