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    Nikon 1 Lens Comparision

    Stumbled upon an excellent Nikon 1 brochure from Nikon Europe that had an image of the entire lens line-up. Did a quick screen capture while viewing the brochure to share. Really does a great job of comparing the lens sizes.

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    Re: Nikon 1 Lens Comparision

    Very cool buddy! Thank you! It was my first view of what is out there for mirrorless Nikon's!
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    Re: Nikon 1 Lens Comparision

    Quote Originally Posted by Bill16 View Post
    Very cool buddy! Thank you! It was my first view of what is out there for mirrorless Nikon's!
    Check out the brochure too - it is very well done.
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    Re: Nikon 1 Lens Comparision

    Man I'm wishing I hadn't looked! Because now there are several things I'm interested in/wanting!
    That 32mm, the 70-300mm the aw 1 and the water proof lenses,and/or the waterproof housing if it will work on my V1!

    But I can't afford none of it. I have DSLR needs/wants that have priority!

    Well it was a great brochure though! Thanks buddy for the new NAS attack! Lol

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    Check out the brochure too - it is very well done.
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    GITZO G2220 aluminium tripod and ARCA SWISS Z1 SP ball head
    ------------------------Backpacks----------------------------
    Tamrac Expedition 8X, Tamrac Expedition 8,Tamrac Expedition 5

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    Re: Nikon 1 Lens Comparision

    I just sold all my cameras with mirrors & most of my lenses. Bought a 70-300cx & it has shipped. I'd love a 32 f1.2, but want to stay alive so I won't. Wife would kill me I fear.

    The Nikon 1 system has hooked me. I'm very happy with what they do for me.
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    Chuck

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    Nikon J5 Nikon V1 Nikon J1



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    Re: Nikon 1 Lens Comparision

    All my mirrors are going too! What a relief! Happy to quit lugging big stuff around.
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    Nikon D500(Grace Slick) /18-140/
    Tamron 150-600


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    Re: Nikon 1 Lens Comparision

    Bet that feels good Chris.

    For the last year or so my DX kit seemed to always get left behind. I finally came to the realization that it would be better to sell it & be mirror free.

    I know the Nikon big guns would give me better results, but not if they stay at home in a camera bag. For me the Nikon 1 system has been great. The reason I went with it was its blazing speed. Motorsport is a love of mine & speed rules there.
    Chuck

    Fuji XT-1 Fuji XE-1
    Nikon J5 Nikon V1 Nikon J1







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