Nikon has formally discontinued its mirrorless cameras within the Nikon 1 lineup. The Japanese firm had launched the Nikon 1 sequence just a few years in the past to tackle the likes of Sony, Olympus, Panasonic, and others, however the lineup was last updated with the Nikon 1 J5 in 2015. The demise of the Nikon 1 has been coming a very long time and isn’t a shock. The corporate’s residence division has now listed all of the cameras within the lineup as discontinued and eliminated them from some websites.
Mirrorless cameras are normally seen as compact options for DSLRs. Nonetheless, the Nikon 1 cameras have usually been criticised for being costly regardless of having fewer options and smaller sensors in comparison with their bigger counterparts. The Nikon 1 sequence made its manner into the market in 2011, with the discharge of the Nikon 1 J1 and Nikon 1 V1 cameras. Since then, there have been 11 completely different cameras launched within the lineup. A per a report in NikonRumors, Nikon has listed the cameras which have been discontinued, together with the Nikon 1 J-series, Nikon 1 S-series, Nikon 1 V-series, and Nikon 1 AW1.
The Nokia 1 cameras are not obtainable at main digicam retailers like B&H. Nonetheless, they aren’t completely gone but. You possibly can nonetheless discover a few of these cameras on Nikon’s US website or shops like Adorama. Notably, the Nikon 1 sequence has been listed as ‘discontinued’ on the corporate’s India retailer as effectively.
On condition that the newest transfer by Nikon is a full-fledged discontinuation, the timing appears fairly handy for the corporate. As per another report by NikonRumors, the corporate is ready to launch two full-frame mirrorless cameras on July 23, suggesting that the Nikon 1 lineup goes to make manner for brand new fashions. There is no such thing as a readability on what Nikon will name its new mirrorless digicam lineup, however the firm appears able to eliminate the ‘Nikon 1’ moniker.