Thread: 4K 60fps RAW - Nikon's $200 Discontinued V1 (still on eBay)

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  1. #1 4K 60fps RAW - Nikon's $200 Discontinued V1 (still on eBay) 
    After watching this, I just don't have words anymore. We live in very fast moving times.

    Evidently Nikon's discontinued V1 shoots 4K RAW at 60 fps, all for $200. Javier Sobremazas worked with the burst mode of his camera and the RAW images captured by the camera's electronic shutter to create the below video. Nikon RAW files to TIFF, Premiere Pro. Follow the EOSHD link for the full account.



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    False Alarm. It's not usable for more than a second, half a second in slo-mo. And, it's not $200. That was where the bidding was for one point in time.
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    You misread the information or are regurgitating inaccurate information.

    The actual information is '4K resolution for 1 second per burst at 30fps, or 0.5 seconds at 60fps for slow motion.' But, the parts are all there for Nikon to make their own 'GoPro' for the same comparable price and interchangeable lenses, 4K, 60fps, & RAW. Or their own 'Blackmagic' with an electronic shutter that allows 60fps, if they put an SSD slot on the camera.

    Nikon V1 English Manual


    Quote Originally Posted by Joe Giambrone View Post
    False Alarm. It's not usable for more than a second, half a second in slo-mo. And, it's not $200. That was where the bidding was for one point in time.
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    Adding an SSD slot on the camera is not going to make a 4K camera recording 60fps raw, Nikon would have done it if it is that easy and take the 4K market, handling the massive data at 4K/60fps, cooling the CMOS sensor and buffering the data for recording is a huge task that costs more than the price of a GoPro, even the Sony FS-700 records High speed at bursts of time, it is possible to compress the 4K to death and record it to an SD card.
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    Aptina details 1" sensor for mirrorless, bridge or broadcast-video cameras


    The sensor used in the V1 is the Aptina MT9J007, the MT is for Micron Technology, which Aptina was a subsidiary of. Research it. or pay $16,000 for the chipworks Imager Process Review.

    Then come back after NAB.

    Quote Originally Posted by rawCAM35 View Post
    Adding an SSD slot on the camera is not going to make a 4K camera recording 60fps raw, Nikon would have done it if it is that easy and take the 4K market, handling the massive data at 4K/60fps, cooling the CMOS sensor and buffering the data for recording is a huge task that costs more than the price of a GoPro, even the Sony FS-700 records High speed at bursts of time, it is possible to compress the 4K to death and record it to an SD card.
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    Nikon are planning for 4K video for the 1 system, they know
    Nikon don't make video cameras, so they don't care if they tread on any toes...

    http://www.engadget.com/2012/02/01/n...lenses-pictur/

    Tetsuya Yamamoto, Nikon's head of development was at CES talking up the future plans of the company's 1 system cameras after strong holiday sales. The 10.1 megapixel sensor inside the 1 body is sufficiently capable of shooting 2 and 4K video and bringing that functionality into the unit is planned for a future edition.
    http://www.dpreview.com/articles/653...amoto-of-nikon

    1 System sensor 'capable of 2K / 4K video'

    Yamamoto told us that Motion Snapshot, which combines a still image with slow motion video in a single capture is a feature that Nikon is keen to improve in the next generation of 1 System cameras. There’s good news, potentially for videographers too - according to Yamamoto 'the [J1 and V1’s] sensor is capable of 2K (20481080px) and 4K (~4000px horizontal resolution) video and in the future we hope to incorporate [these functions]'.
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