Nikon is normally better known for its DSLR range, but its 1-series mirrorless cameras have been making headlines lately for its capabilities. Its midrange mirrorless J-Series sees a new entry with the J5, which sports a more upscale and classic look than its predecessor, the J4.
Featuring a classic brushed silver body, complemented by a faux leather grip all-around for better hold, the camera looks classic and high end. In terms of the specs, the J5 uses a 1″ type sensor and 13 CX-mount lenses. An FT1 adapter can be used in order to use F-mount lenses. the J5′s sensor sees an improvement to 20.8 MP. In general, the updated J5 is more advanced than its last iteration, with impressive specs at a starting price of $499 USD.
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