The Nikon 1 V3 is one of Nikon’s newer mirrorless camera models. The camera was announced back in March and the good news is that if you were thinking about getting your hands on it, reports are now saying that the camera is currently being shipped. Interested photographers will be able to get their hands on it by heading on over to Amazon’s website or B&H, although the latter does state that it is expected to begin shipping on the 24th of April.
It should also be noted that B&H is throwing in a free Nikon FT1 mount adapter, so if you don’t mind waiting an extra week, perhaps this might be a pretty good deal. That being said if you missed our earlier coverage of the camera’s launch, here’s a quick recap for you guys. The Nikon 1 V3 will pack an 18.4MP sensor. The camera will also come with built-in WiFi connectivity and will be able to record Full HD video.
For those who want to experiment with something more creative, the Nikon 1 V3 can also record in slow-motion at 720p at 120fps. Nikon has also included a new image processor with the camera and it will now be able to shoot photos continuously at 20fps which could come in handy if you’re looking to snap action shots.
The camera will also come with a 3-inch touchscreen display that can be tilted so that you can get some pretty interesting angles, and will come bundled with a NIKKOR VR 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 PD-ZOOM kit lens, assuming that the kit lens bundle is what you were after. In terms of design, Nikon has made some changes over its predecessors, with its grip being less protruding, but other than that it is still a pretty small and compact device.