Nikon 1 AW1 14.2 MP HD Waterproof, Shockproof Digital Camera System with AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 1 NIKKOR Lens (White) Reviews

Nikon 1 AW1 14.2 MP HD Water Resistant, Shockproof Digital Digicam Machine with AW 11-27.5mm f/Three.5-5.6 1 NIKKOR Lens (White)

Nikon 1 AW1 14.2 MP HD Waterproof, Shockproof Digital Camera System with AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 1 NIKKOR Lens (White)

  • The World’s first Waterproof, shockproof, interchangeable lens Digicam.
  • Features A 1-inch 14.2 megapixel CMOS Picture sensor for sophisticated Image quality even in low light situations
  • High-velocity continuous shooting at 15 fps with full autofocus and Up To 60 fps fastened center of attention
  • Full 1080p HD video with simultaneous Picture seize capability
  • Appropriate with all Nikon 1 lenses and two Waterproof and shockproof lenses

Keep within the action. From outside adventures to domestic occasions, do not leave out a second with The World’s first Waterproof, shockproof, & freezeproof interchangeable lens Camera. The Nikon 1 AW1 is Constructed for lifestyles with astonishingly Quick autofocus, rugged development and an intuitive interface. From the epic to the everyday, it offers high-quality pictures.

The Nikon 1 AW1 and matching 1 NIKKOR AW Eleven-27.5mm f/Three.5-5.6 Water-resistant lens will fast have you shooting on land or sea. The Usual zoom vary of the 1 NIKKOR AW 11-27.5mm f/Three.5-5.6 will let you seize extensive-Angle landscapes, crew shots, images and extra. Camera Kind – Advanced Digicam with Interchangeable Lenses Lens Mount – Nikon 1/Nikon Water Resistant 1 Mount Image Sensor – 14.2 MP (efficient) CMOS Sensor (13.2mm x Eight.8mm) Picture Angle – Approx. 2.7x lens focal length (Nikon CX layout) Dust Reduction Device – Dust Defend LCD Display – 3.0-inch TFT LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAY (921K dots) Flash – i-TTL Constructed-in flash GN 5/6 @ ISO 100 Microphone – Built-in Stereo microphone; sensitivity adjustable GPS & WiFi – Sure (Built-in) & Optional (WU-1b) Media – SD/SDHC/SDXC Memory Card Nonetheless Picture Size – Up To 4608 x 3072 Video Mode – Up To HD 1920 x 1080/60i Codecs – Picture – JPEG, NEF (RAW), NEF + JPEG; Video – H.264/MPEG-Four (MOV) ISO sensitivity – ISO 160 – 6400 Exposure Mode – P, S, A, M & Scene Auto Selector Interfaces – Hi-pace USB & mini HDMI Sort C Battery – EN-EL20 Li-ion Battery (approx. 220 shots) Dimensions (WxHxD) – Four.5 x 2.9 x 1.5 in. Weight – Approx. Eleven.1 oz.

Listing Worth: $ 799.Ninety Five

Worth: $ 796.Ninety Five

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3 Responses to Nikon 1 AW1 14.2 MP HD Waterproof, Shockproof Digital Camera System with AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 1 NIKKOR Lens (White) Reviews

  • bill says:
    1 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    will it fog?, October 15, 2013

    This review is from: Nikon 1 AW1 14.2 MP HD Waterproof, Shockproof Digital Camera System with AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 1 NIKKOR Lens (White) (Electronics)

    Looks like a fantastic camera but is the heat generated by the camera engine enough to create condensation inside the lens during water use?

    Other waterproof pocket cameras I’ve owned experience this problem.

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  • OILMAN "OWEN" says:
    5 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    NIKON 1 AW 1 WATERPROOF CAMERA……., October 15, 2013
    OILMAN “OWEN” (bayside, new york United States) –

    I recieved my Nikon 1 AW1 camera yesterday, and I can tell you this, it does not dissapoint. It is ruggedly made, with a little bit of heft, to it. the picture quality, is stellar, as well as the 1080P Video…The in camera features truly are nothing short of amazing, where as you can do all sorts of custom editing in camera, before you download your pictues or videos….I really was Impressed with some of these features as you can do all sorts of fancy editing before down loading your photos, or videos for that matter which incidently, you previously had to do with computer software before…., I downloaded a test video to my Ipad, I will update my review, as I get more useage, of my camera
    I discovered that you have to reset the resolution to 720P,in the camera as the Ipad, cannot handle 1080P Video.I”m going to take my Nikon 1 AW1 ,on my next vacation, I will post foto”s and Video.onc I return……….In my opinion Nikon has come up, with a awesome camera, and the fact you can interchange waterproof lenses is another plus, If you can find it, get it!!!!
    I have had my Nikon 1 AW1.for a few days now, and after shooting a bunch of nature test shots, the picture quality rivals my Nikon D300 and my Nikon lenses…….I”m going to be going on a cruise vacation very soon,and one of the reasons I purchased this camera, is because of its under water , water proof capeabilities, I did read in the manual, that the O-Ring that sits between the lens and the camera, must have a special lubricant applied, before diving, a small tube of this lubricant, is included, with the camera…..I will have more to say and post photo”s and video”s of my vacation when I return…….
    ANOTHER UPDATE….The filter size for the camera is 40.5 MM I purchased the B&W Polorizer and a few other assorted filters, they work extreemly well with the camera

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  • Daniel J. Friedman says:
    23 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    AW1. Probably the best waterproof digital camera, but a mixed bag, October 17, 2013
    This review is from: Nikon 1 AW1 14.2 MP HD Waterproof, Shockproof Digital Camera System with AW 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 1 NIKKOR Lens (White) (Electronics)

    I’ve been using the AW1 for a few days now and have found some very good things, and some not so good things about it. I should start by saying that I’m a professional photographer and use full frame and micro 4/3 cameras with high-end lenses. So, that’s my point of reference. However, for family vacations that are often by a beach or lake, I have been using a Canon D10 which is now several years old and I’ve been searching for a higher-quality waterproof camera to replace it. The AW1 seemed like the ideal replacement – especially after reading the reviews of the new crop of rugged/waterproof cameras whose IQ is not any better than the old D10. So, I bought one as soon as they were introduced. I haven’t tried it underwater, so my comments are based on landscape shots taken in bright light. Also, I use DXO or ACR to process RAW images and neither have announced a profile for the AW1, so my comments are based on out-of-the-camera JPGs.

    First the Good (just the highlights):
    * Build quality is superb. You could probably pound nails with this thing and not damage it. It feels solid as a brick (also weighs as much as a brick). Easily the most solid camera I’ve picked up in a long time. It’s a pleasure to hold.
    * Controls are smooth and positive in their action.
    * Pretty good results on Auto mode. JPGs are fairly clean – certainly better than any of the much less expensive rugged cameras. I haven’t tried RAW yet because I use ACR, or DXO, and neither have announced a profile for the AW1.
    * Some nice features. For example, Auto HDR works very well.
    * Amazing frame rate: 60fps
    * Super fast at everything: start-up is instant. Focus is instant. For all practical purposes, everything is instantaneous. Just a pleasure to use.
    * It actually comes with a paper Manual! Kudos to Nikon for not following the idiotic trend to have all the meaningful documentation on a CD. However, there’s a more detailed reference manual that you can download.
    * The tilting feature to change modes works very well. You could use it with ski mittens on. Not sure how you’d press the shutter release, or turn the camera on while wearing mittens, but you’d be able to change modes.

    Now the Bad:
    * For a camera in this price class, the lack of image stabilization and a histogram display is simply inexcusable. This is a MAJOR omission. Especially, the lack of a histogram. Why have exposure compensation if you don’t have a histogram display so that you can see the effect of the adjustment. I’d have given it 4, or maybe 5 stars if it weren’t for this omission. My old D10 has both IS and a histogram display and that camera cost $250.
    * No over/under exposure indication. What’s with that Nikon? Even much less expensive cameras have things like flashing areas to indicate blown highlights.
    * Image quality is good, but doesn’t have the same level of detail as images shot with a micro 4/3 camera and a good lens. The AW1 is 14MP and m4/3 is 16, which will not account for the difference. So, I suspect that the kit zoom is of only fair quality. I don’t think that the lens is capable of bring out the best in the sensor. That said, it’s still better than the compact rugged/waterproof cameras. Maybe Nikon will offer a better zoom in the future.
    * It’s clearly designed for point & shoot users who will simply leave it on Auto. There are too many menus to scroll through to change settings for the Creative mode. However, Auto works very well and, I suspect that if I’m in a situation where I’m snorkeling, or something where a waterproof camera is required, I’m not going to want to be fiddling with menus – Auto will be used a lot for that.
    * No programmable function button, or any other programmable features. Why not? Why can’t I set the Movie record button to HDR, or some other function? This is just firmware.

    Not necessarily a negative, but something to think about: It’s very heavy and will sink like a brick. NO floatation strap from any manufacturer that’s designed for a camera will keep it afloat and Nikon hasn’t released one designed for the AW1. You need 2-3 ordinary floatation straps (depending on the strap) before it will be buoyant. Some divers prefer their equipment to have slightly negative buoyancy. My preference is for slightly positive buoyancy so that if I drop it in deep water, it doesn’t sink to the bottom – which could be more than 49ft deep.

    Another omission, which I suspect will be at least partially rectified in the future. The lens has threads for a filter, and a rubber gasket around the outside of the front of the lens. I believe that it is Nikon’s intent to release a filter that screws in and with a flange that seals against that rubber gasket to prevent water from getting between the filter and the lens. But, that filter isn’t available. So, you have to be very careful not to damage that rubber gasket so that when they do…

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