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Nikon has finally arrived to the mirrorless camera party with its Nikon V1 and J1. Though a tad bit late, one could say Nikon was taking the time to not only develop their own proprietary sensor, but also come up with a hybrid contrast-phase-detect focusing system. However, it seems like they may have overlooked a few key aspects of what a mirrorless camera should be like. Pricing is definitely steep on this one, especially given the lack of some basic features like the lack of access to manual mode through the mode dial on the back. We just can't seem to gather the heart to shell out Rs. 45,450 for a camera that should be in the "DSLR-replacement" camp, but seems to fit better in the "point-and-shoot" segment.
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