Play, Edit and Print Functions
Inputs and Outputs Notes
Nikon V1: The new Nikon V1 is a compact, interchangeable
lens camera that combines advanced functionality with a simple, intuitive
design. It has the Nikon 1 mount, and is compatible with 1 Nikkor lenses. This
kit includes the 10-30mm standard zoom lens. The
10mm single focus lens (05410MMN1K)
and 30-110mm telephoto zoom lens (05430110K)
are also available.
3.0" LCD Monitor: The Nikon V1 has
a 3.0" TFT LCD monitor featuring
approximately 921,000 dots, an anti-glare coating, and a 7-level brightness
Electronic Viewfinder: In addition to the LCD monitor, the
V1 has a 0.47" color TFT LCD viewfinder with approximately 1,440,000 dots and a
7-level brightness adjustment. An eye sensor turns off the LCD monitor and turns
on the viewfinder as you raise the camera to your eye. The diopter adjustment
control lets you focus the viewfinder to your personal eyesight.
Image Sensor: The V1 features the newly developed Nikon CX-format
super high-speed AF, 13.2mm x 8.8mm CMOS sensor. It has 12-million total pixels
and 10.1-million effective pixels.
Included Lens: The V1 One Lens kit includes the following lens:
| ||1 Nikkor VR |
|Lens Type ||Standard Zoom (3x) |
|Maximum Aperture ||F/3.5-5.6 |
|Minimum Aperture ||F/16 |
|35mm Equivalent ||27-81mm |
|Minimum Focal Distance ||0.66' (7.8") |
|Filter Diameter ||40.5mm |
EXPEED 3 Image Processor: Nikon's new EXPEED 3 Image
Processor has dual image processors for outstanding performance, high-speed
processing, state-of-the-art phase detection autofocus, and the fastest data
Recording Media: Images can be recorded onto SD (Secure Digital), SDHC,
Memory cards. The camera can support SD cards from
up to 2 GB, SDHC cards from 8 GB to 32 GB, and SDXC cards from 48 GB to 64 GB.
Cards with Class 6 or higher writing speeds are recommended for movie recording.
Image Quality: The V1 records still images in JPEG format at
Fine (1:4), Normal (1:8), or Basic (1:16) compression. In addition, compressed
12-bit raw data from the image sensor can be saved directly to the memory card
in NEF (RAW) format. The white balance, contrast, and other settings can be
adjusted on a computer after shooting. If desired, the V1 can record two images
simultaneously: one NEF (RAW) image and one fine-quality JPEG image.
Image Size: There are three image sizes to choose from when
taking photos in the Still Image and Smart Photo Selector modes:
- Large: 3872 x 2592
- Medium: 2896 x 1944
- Small: 1936 x 1296
Mode Dial: The Nikon V1 has a mode dial on the back panel
with only 4 shooting mode choices: Still Image Mode, Movie Mode, Motion Snapshot
Mode, and Smart Photo Selector Mode.
Still Image Mode: In the Still Image mode, you can also
select from Scene Auto Selector, Programmed Auto, Aperture-priority Auto,
Shutter-priority Auto, or Manual Exposure modes. When set to Scene Auto
camera will automatically analyze the subject and select the appropriate scene.
Scene selections include Portrait, Landscape, Night Portrait, Close Up, or Auto
(for subjects that do not fall into the other categories).
HD Movies: The Nikon V1 can record High Definition movies in MOV format (MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 video compression with AAC audio) in three
- 1080/60i: 1920 x 1080, 24 Mbps
- 1080/30p: 1920 x 1080, 24 Mbps
- 720/60p: 1280 x 720, 16 Mbps
Still Images in Movie Mode: You can take still images while
you are recording HD movies. The images are in 16:9 aspect ratio with a
resolution of 3840 x 2160, 1920 x 1080, or 1280 x 720.
Slow Motion Movies: You can record motion pictures at a high
frame rate, which are played back as slow motion movies at 30p. No audio is
recorded, and the aspect ratio is 8:3. There are two slow motion movie options:
|Option ||Frame Size ||Bit Rate ||Maximum Length |
|Maximum Length |
|400 fps ||640 x 240 ||1.8 Mbps ||5 seconds ||1 min 6 sec |
|1200 fps ||320 x 120 ||0.6 Mbps ||5 seconds ||3 min 20 sec |
Smart Photo Selector Mode: The Smart Photo Selector mode
keeps you from missing the picture-perfect moments. When you have composed the
photo and press the shutter-release button halfway to focus, the camera begins
taking rapid buffering photographs (at 30 fps). After the shutter-release button
is pressed fully, the camera will compare shots recorded to the buffer both
before and after the button was pressed. The best shot based on composition and
motion, and four best shot candidates are copied to the memory card.
Motion Snapshot Mode: The Motion Snapshot mode can turn a
simple still image into a creative new way to capture and share your memories.
In Motion Snapshot mode, the camera records a high-resolution still image (3840
x 2160), plus a one-second movie vignette. When played back on the camera, the
movie will play back in slow motion over approximately 2.5 seconds, followed by
the still image. In addition, a short musical background track plays while the
Motion Snapshot image is displayed. You can choose your background music from
Beauty, Waves, Relaxation, or Tenderness.
Release Modes: You can choose one of the following
- Single: The camera records one picture each time the shutter release button is
- Continuous: The camera records photos at up to 5 frames
per second while the shutter release button is held down.
- Electronic (Hi): The camera records photos at high
rates while the shutter release button is held down. You can set the frame
rates at 10 fps (with continuous focus at center of the frame), 30 fps, or
60 fps (focus and exposure are fixed at the values for the first
Self-timer and Remote Control Modes: You can use the self
timer or optional ML-L3 remote control (054MLL3)
to reduce camera shake or for self portraits. The self timer will release the
shutter 2, 5, or 10 seconds after the shutter-release button is pressed fully.
Using the ML-L3 remote, you can select Delayed Remote (shutter released 2
seconds after remote is pressed) or Quick-response Remote (shutter released
immediately after remote is pressed).
ISO Settings: Sensitivity is
the measure of how quickly the camera reacts to light. The higher the
sensitivity, the less light needed to make an exposure. The camera features the
following ISO settings:
|A3200 Auto (100-3200) ||The camera adjusts ISO sensitivity in
response to lighting conditions in the range given in brackets. Larger ranges give you increase sensitivity when lighting is poor;
smaller ranges give you reduced noise. |
|A800 Auto (100-800) |
|A400 Auto (100-400) |
|100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200, Hi 1 ||ISO sensitivity is fixed at the selected value. |
You can set the White Balance to Auto, Incandescent, Fluorescent,
Direct Sunlight, Flash,
Cloudy, or Shade. You can also choose Preset Manual and set the white balance
for the lighting conditions.
Picture Control: You can choose how the camera processes
photos through Picture Control. Preset Picture Controls include Standard,
Neutral, Vivid, Monochrome, Portrait, and Landscape. The preset picture controls
can be modified to suit the scene or your creative intent. Some Picture Control
Settings include Quick Adjust, Sharpening, Contrast, Brightness, Saturation,
Hue, Filter Effects, and Toning. Edited Picture Controls can be saved as Custom
Multi Accessory Port: The V1 has a proprietary Multi
Accessory Port located on the top of the camera body designed for attaching an
optional flash or GPS unit. When not in use, the port should be covered by the
supplied plastic cover.
Optional Flash: The V1 has no built-in flash, but is
compatible with the optional SB-N5 flash unit (054SBN5). Flash units other than
the SB-N5 cannot be used. When the SB-N5 is attached, you can select from the
following flash modes: Fill Flash, Red-eye Reduction, Slow Sync, Red-eye Slow
Sync, and Rear Curtain Slow Sync/Rear-curtain Sync.
Optional GPS: The optional GP-N100 GPS Unit can be used to
record information on your current position when photos are taken. This
information can be viewed on a computer using the supplied ViewNX2, or the
optional Capture NX 2 software.
Play, Edit and Print Functions
During playback, you can view images one-at-a-time, or multiple thumbnail images
of 4, 9, or 72.
While these "contact sheets" are displayed, you can use the multi-selector to
highlight individual pictures. You can also view pictures taken on a selected
date in a calendar format.
Playback Zoom: During playback,
you can enlarge a still image to get a closer look at the detail. Once the image is zoomed, you can use the
multi-selector to scroll around to non-visible portions of the image. You can
record a new picture of the cropped image by pressing the shutter button.
Playback Menu: The Playback menu lets you display or edit
your photos and movies. You can choose from the
- Delete: Delete multiple images at once
- Slide Show: View a slide show of images on the memory
card with numerous options for image type, date, scene, rating, face
priority, frame interval, movie playback time, and audio.
- Rotate Tall: Automatically rotate "tall"
portrait-oriented images for display in the camera monitor.
- DPOF Print Order: Create a digital print order for
- Protect: Protect pictures from accidental deletion
- Rating: Rate pictures from 0 to 5
- D-Lighting: Brighten dark or backlit subjects. While playing back
an image, you can select the D-Lighting function, apply it, and save the
corrected image without harming the properly exposed areas of the image.
- Resizing Pictures: Create a small copy of a recorded image.
- Cropping: Create a cropped copy of a recorded image.
- Edit Movie: Create copies of movies with unwanted
Power Requirements: The V1 is powered by the
supplied EN-EL15 rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery. A fully-charged battery will last up to
approximately 400 shots, or approximately 120 minutes of HD footage (1080/60i).
Using the supplied MH-25 battery charger, the EN-EL15 requires approximately 2
hours 35 minutes to charge. For longer periods of use, it is recommended to power the
camera using the optional EH-5b AC adapter and EP-5B power connector (sold
Auto Power Off: When the camera is operated on battery power, the
Auto Power Off mode will automatically turn off the monitor to reduce the drain on the
batteries if no operations are performed for the length of time specified in the
Auto Off menu. The time limit for the Auto Off mode can be set to 15 seconds, 30 seconds, 1
minute, 5 minutes or 10 minutes.
Inputs and Outputs Notes
HDMI Output: The V1 features a Type C mini-HDMI output for
connecting the camera to a TV for playback. If the camera is connected to a
device that supports HDMI-CEC (Consumer Electronics Control), you can control
the camera with the device's remote control.
USB/AV Connector: The V1 has a proprietary USB/AV connector
that can be used to connect the camera to a computer or Pictbridge-compatible
printer via USB, or to a TV via composite video/mono RCA audio. The USB port is
2.0 Hi-speed compatible. The AV output can be set to NTSC or PAL to match the
connected device. A 5'
USB cable and a 5' AV cable are included.
ViewNX2 / Short Movie Creator CD-ROM: The supplied CD-ROM
contains the ViewNX2 software to copy (transfer) pictures from the camera to the
computer and to perform other transfer-related functions. You can also crop
pictures, make picture adjustments, and process/edit RAW images. The CD-ROM also
includes the Short Movie Creator software which can create and edit short movies
combining music, Motion Snapshots, movie footage, and photos taken in still
image or Smart Photo Selector mode.
System Requirements: The supplied software will work with
Windows and Macintosh. Your computer should have one of the following Operating
- Windows 7 (SP1): Home Basic, Home Premium, Professional,
- Windows Vista (SP2): Home Basic, Home Premium, Business,
- Windows XP (SP3): Home Edition, Professional
- Macintosh: OS X version 10.5.8 or 10.6.7