Summary

Our Score

7/10

User Score

Review Price £549.99

Nikon J1
The 10mm pancake lens delivers excellent sharpness.

Nikon J1
Even on the 'Standard' Picture Control setting the J1 delivers images with rich colour and plenty of pop.

Nikon J1
It's possible to create a shallow depth of field for still life subjects, but you need to shoot as close to the minimum focus distance as possible.

Nikon J1
In more general use, the small CX sensor does have its depth of field limitations though.

Nikon J1
The J1 produces images with good tone and contrast, but note the blown highlights in the top right of the image.

Nikon J1 30mm f/5.6
Shooting with the 10-30mm at 30mm and f/5.6, we were unable to pull the displaying peacock from its surroundings.

Nikon J1
The sub 1.5-second start-up time is great for 'grabbed shots' like this.

Nikon J1
The J1's metering system works very well, even in testing conditions.

Nikon J1
The J1 has produced accurate, lifelike colour in this atumnal scene.

Nikon J1
Overall, we've been impressed with the J1's image quality.

Nikon J1

Scores In Detail

Build Quality
8/10
Design & Features
7/10
Image Quality
8/10
Value
7/10

Our Score

7/10

User Score

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