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Nikon 1 V2 - Sample Photos and Specs


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The Nikon 1 V2 is a high-speed mirrorless camera designed for enthusiasts. It replaces the Nikon 1 V1.

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I tend to use my V2 with other lenses

 

V2 and Sigma 150-600

 

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V2 with Nikon 55-300

 

 

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Nice captures Mike.

Does the V2 fully recognize and operate the Sigma 150-600? If so that gets you a possible focal length equivalent of 1600mm. :)

I have tested the Tamron 150-600 on a Nikon 1 J5 and the J5 had some issues with managing the aperture.

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Nice captures Mike.

Does the V2 fully recognize and operate the Sigma 150-600? If so that gets you a possible focal length equivalent of 1600mm. :)

I have tested the Tamron 150-600 on a Nikon 1 J5 and the J5 had some issues with managing the aperture.

 

It recognized the 150-600 C the same as a Nikon AFS lens,i dont have the lens anymore as it gave inconsistant results on my D7200,I now have the Tamron 150-600 and they dont like playing together,another sample from that outfit.

 

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On a bird watching forum i use a discussion on the V2 and CAF grabbed my interest,the longest lens i have for it is the 30-110 but i took it to the local park to try.

 

These images say to me Nikon had a winner when you consider the age of the V2,all from one burst.

 

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Then a shorter burst

 

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Not too shabby at smaller targets

 

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A longer lens would have helped

 

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