The Brand-new DL series consists if three premium compact cameras that are quiet better and competes aide by side with others like Sony RX100. Nikon’s new compact 4K cameras comes branded with a powerful 1 inch sensor making it a real high dev into better camera tech development.
The DL camera is a better device that makes head at the market which Sony had dominated for many years.
Cannon on the other way round had tried all it’s beat to sum out its own space with it’s newly released Powershot G7X Mark ll but still can’t stand anywhere bear the RX100.
These new cameras are very powerful and magnificent. Each of them are well equipped with a 20.8 megapixel version of the 1-Inc “CX” sensor that could be found on the Nikon 1 series. Nikon sees these trio as almost the same thing but with only the zooming range of differences. There names goes as DL18-50, the DL24-85, and the DL24-500, respectively.
The new DL cameras are dry powerful for their size and their strength to shoot at 20 frames Per Sec with continuous autofocus and up to 60 frames Per Sex when the AF is fixed.
They all employ Nikon’s hybrid autofocus system, too; for the most part, they’ll rely on 105 phase detection areas, but users can switch to a (more outdated) contrast detection AF mode that utilizes 171 focus points.
although the Sony RX100 had established itself in the camera market with powerful functions making it very irresistible for buyers and professional photohraphers, The new Nikons even technically shoot at a higher frame rate than the RX100 Mark IV, reaching an absurd 1,200 frames per second — albeit at a minuscule 400×144 resolution. The cameras will be able to shoot 120 frames per second at 1080p, and 240 frames per second at 720p, so the RX100 still really wins out when it comes to super slow motion.
All these new cameras come with Nikon’s VR image stabilization system. Although there are some major key differences. The DL18-50 and DL24-85 have a variae aperture of F1.8-2.8 and also a tilting touch OLED screen which is also compatible with an optional 2.36-million dot resolution electronic viewfinder. Those two are closer to pocket-sized where as the DL24-599 comes in a better hardware and also has it’s own built in electronic viewfinder system though with a same resolution with the others and the rear screen is an LCD — but this one’s of the “vari-angle” variety, meaning it can flip out to the side, as well.
The DL series will be packaged with the SnapBridge, Bluetooth low energy sharing soec that Nikon Announced at CES. And the Dl24-85 is going out for about $649 and will be the cheapest when it gets to the market by this summer. The other DL18-50 and DL24-500 all both going for $849 & $999 respectively.