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Nikon 1 V3 review

A small, sleek and stylish CSC with a tilting touchscreen and Wi-Fi

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The 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 lens is a good all round performer. At the widest point, you can get lots of the scene in. Click here to view the full resolution image

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Even with its maximum aperture of f/3.5, you can still get some decent shallow depth of field effects with the 10-30mm lens. Click here to see the full resolution image

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Occasionally, if the lighting is tricky or mixed – such as with this backlit building, the camera's metering system can be confused and you'll need to dial in some exposure compensation to get an accurate exposure. Click here to see the full resolution image

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Additional lenses, such as the 18.5mm f/1.8 allow you to get the most out of the Nikon 1 system. Here you can see that 50mm equivalent focal length and wide aperture has combined to create an attractive shallow depth of field effect. Click here to see the full resolution image

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Shooting at high sensitivities, such as ISO 3200, reveals quite a lot of noise. Comparing this JPEG image with the raw format (.NEF) equivalent shows how much noise reduction is applied to JPEG images which are output from the camera by default. Click here to see the full resolution image

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Different Picture Styles can be used to great effect, and you can also customise the style within the camera's menu system. Click here to see the full resolution image

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Colours are bright and punchy straight from the camera. Click here to see the full resolution image

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At its widest point, the 10-30mm f/3.5-5.6 kit lens offers an equivalent focal length of around 27mm.Click here to see the full resolution image

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At the telephoto end of the optic, the 10-30mm kit lens offers an equivalent focal length of roughly 80mm. Click here to see the full resolution image