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David Busch’s Nikon® V1: Guide to Digital Movie Making and Still Photography by David D. Busch

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Introduction

I love the new Nikon V1! When it was introduced, I purchased all four lenses available for it, plus the SB-N5 flash, and ordered the F-mount adapter that allows using all my Nikon lenses on this camera. With the tiny 10mm f/2.8 pancake lens, it’s a perfect walk-around camera for those times when a fast moderate wide angle is all you need. The V1 is still compact with the 10-30mm zoom, and tolerably small when you swap in the 30-110mm lens. If you don’t want to change lenses all the time, the 10-100mm zoom is the answer—but it’s huge, easily larger than the other three lenses combined. But it makes the most sense if you’re shooting movies with the V1, as its long range (the equivalent of 27-270mm), silent voice coil AF motor, and ...

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