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Comparison of Nikon 1 S2

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Nikon 1 S2 (1S2)
Nikon 1 S2 (1S2)
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Launch 2014
System MILC
Body
Weight 190 g
Dimensions 101 x 61 x 29 mm
Colors red
Lens mount Nikon 1
Tripod socket 1/4 in.
Processor Expeed 4A
Sensor
Technology CMOS
Format 1", 13.1 x 8.8 mm
Resolution 14.2 MP
Minimum ISO 200
Maximum ISO 12800
Image resolution 4592 x 3072 px
Lens
Construction
Focal length
F-number
Zoom
OIS
Filter size
Digital zoom
Shutter
Fastest speed 1/16000 sec.
Slowest speed 30 sec.
Continuous speed 60 frames per second
Focus
Manual focus yes
Single-point AF yes
Auto-area AF yes
Autofocus points 171
Macro
Flash
Internal flash yes
Sync speed
External flash no
Display
Display type TFT LCD
Display size 3 in.
Optical viewfinder no
Storage
Internal storage
External storage microSD, microSDHC, microSDXC
Image file formats JPEG, RAW
Video file formats MP4
Video
Video resolution 1920 x 1080 / 60 fps
Recording time 29 min.
Audio recording yes
Connectivity
Audio input
Video output HDMI type C
USB USB 2.0
Battery
Battery type EN-EL22, Li-Ion, 1010 mAh
Shots per charge 270
Features
Specials Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n

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