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Nikon1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red)
 
4.4

(based on 106 reviews)

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    (60)

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    (38)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

94%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (81)
  • Good image quality (79)
  • Fast / accurate auto-focus (71)
  • Quiet (54)
  • Fast shutter speed (52)

Cons

  • No viewfinder (30)
  • Short battery life (12)
  • Poor in low light (7)
  • Noisy at high ISO (5)
  • Lag / shutter delay (4)

Best Uses

  • Family photos (66)
  • Travel (60)
  • Landscape/scenery (58)
  • Low light (41)
  • Video (36)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual photographer (39), Photo enthusiast (36), Semi-pro photographer (19)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (72), Yes (20)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

This is a Snappy little Camera!

When the Nikon 1 J1 came out I was not impressed. Only 10mp and a New smaller sensor? What was Nikon doing? So in 2012 I bought a Panasonic GX1 instead with it's...Read complete review

When the Nikon 1 J1 came out I was not impressed. Only 10mp and a New smaller sensor? What was Nikon doing? So in 2012 I bought a Panasonic GX1 instead with it's larger Micro 4/3 sensor and 16mp vs. the Nikon's 10mp and I don't regret that choice, However now it's 2014 and I'm revisiting the J1 and Liking it alot and here's why: - Image Quality is Very Good the Smaller sensor with 10mp has close to the same pixel density as a 4/3 sensor at 16mp which means Noise at Higher ISO's is about the same. - With the two Kit Lenses 10-30mm and 30-110 this setup covers the entire range of what most people will use the camera for with the 35mm equivalent of a 27-81 and 81-297 in a very small package with the breakpoint being perfect for an Indoor Family lens and Outdoor Travel lens. - Good metering and output in Auto Scene and Program modes for Point and Shoot users, with easy menu access to Shutter and Aperature Priority modes for those who want to take more control. - I really like Nikon's use of the rocker switch (Top Right on back). Very intuitive especially for Shutter and Aperature control as well as for selecting Single / Continuous shooting modes. - Slow Motion Video Mode! This is almost a best kept secret. For those that want to play with slow motion video the J1 with 640x240 @ 400 frames per second Rocks! Other's may come close but with compact sensors they don't compare. It also does 320x120 @ 1,200 FPS though at that resolution the Quality is lacking for most uses. One Note- The Downside is a 5 second limit on recording time which gives about a Minute long video for 400 FPS clips and a 3 minute at 1,200 FPS. - PRICE! At the time I am writing this (Feb 2014) the J1 has been discontinued as of Dec. 2013, with the New J3 with a 14mp sensor out. What this means is that instead of paying $[@]Retail for the two lens package I paid $299 - You can't even get a High end Enthusiast Small Sensor camera for that. I will say that I would not Pay $699 for this camera package as there are more competitive packages out there, but at $[$]you won't find more camera for the money.Now for the Downsides- - Limited Crop ability if you do a lot of Post Processing. Though 10mp is more than enough for most needs if you do a lot of cropped images you may have to adjust your shooting style a bit since you won't have quite the room to crop like on a 16mp sensor. - Tendency in low light to use Slow shutter speeds more than normal in Auto Exposure modes which can cause motion blur. So in lower light situations it's best to use Shutter Priority mode and 1/60th or faster shutter speed (more if the subject is moving). - Update the Camera Firmware! Not hard to do and Nikon's www site has good instructions, mine was not the most up to date out of the box, and the newer firmware helps to address the tendency to use slow shutter speeds. - Limited Battery Life. If you plan on going out with this camera and making a day of it bring a spare battery or two, as they don't last that long, but on the upside you can get an aftermarket spare for under $[$].Small things I would change: - The Camera will Auto Power On when you unlock the lens for use - It would be nice if it also powered down when you Locked it too. - Put a bigger Buffer in it.. A few more High Speed frames and longer High Speed video would be nice. - Allow a little more user customization on what some of the buttons do. - In different modes it's a bit frustrating to Not be able to start recording video or take a picture (more often than not one of the two functions is not available) Conclusion: The Nikon 1 J1 is a Winner and a Keeper. It does have some limitatations but is positioned very nicely between Point and Shoot's and other mirroless cameras aimed at people more oriented towards a DSLR. Small, Fun and most importantly it takes good pictures without a lot of fuss but still allows a user to use more advanced modes easily. The biggest downside for the Nikon 1 series cameras is that Nikon is Very Proud of them! If I had to Pay the Retail price of $[$]for this package (even after handling and using the camera) I would Not be writing this review, and realistically never have paid more than $500-$550 for the package... But at $299? If I had any intention of getting a camera in this class and passed up this deal I know I would be Kicking myself later on.

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Not for enthusiastic photographers

Pros:-Very quick focus system.-J1's 1" sensor reflects better pictures than 1/1.7" enthusiastic cameras but less than his peers 4/3's or Aps-c mirrorless cameras,...Read complete review

Pros:-Very quick focus system.-J1's 1" sensor reflects better pictures than 1/1.7" enthusiastic cameras but less than his peers 4/3's or Aps-c mirrorless cameras, that is, all other in the market except for Pentax Q series.-$[$]is a very good price for a mirrorless camera with two lenses, even so it has just a 1" sensor. Cons:-Basic values as ISO and white balance don't have direct buttons.-No quick menu for quick access to camera parameters.-Menu is not very intuitive for this kind of camera.--Exposition compensation doesn't function in M mode. -The meter doesn't display in A, S, P modes.-Time between shutter release and the live view take longs 3 seconds.-F button can't be customizable (it indicate the type of shoot. A waste of a button)-In the Auto-Mode, the shutter speed that the camera selects when indoors or low light is way too slow for a sharp picture. -Manual focus system is very bad. Useless function.-A little heavy for the camera size and 1" sensor.It doesn't feel secure in hands and it doesn't feel well-built as an enthusiastic camera as Canon G series, Pana LX7 or Pentax Q. -No HDR-No filter NDJ1 has been made not for enthusiastic photographers if not to amateur people who want to upgrade their cheap compact system to some more capable (more IQ and interchangeable lenses). J1 should be the less enthusiastic camera in the mirrorless camera world (maybe with the Canon M). Even the Pentax Q is more functional. An enthusiastic camera is one that allows you to take photos quickly, secure, with shortcut buttons to the values of the camera, with an intuitive menu, sitting well in the hand and with a fast and accuracy performance. And the J1 has many limitations to fulfill that purpose.Suggested retail price was much overpriced ($[$]with 10-30mm and $[$]with 10-30 and 30-110mm) for the system. It was reflected in that only hardcore Nikon users bought the camera at that time. The sales at [$]for the one lens kit) don't seem interesting. Recently at $300 and $200 the camera is attractive to buyers. I bought the two lenses kit at $320 (64% of discount) and the one lens kit is selling for just $200 (69% of discount). At that price point, the camera is OK. For that, I value this camera with 3 stars. If the price would be $400 or more, one or two stars. With a little more money you can buy a Sony 3N or an Olympus EPM2, both much better in IQ, shooter experience (Oly >Sony) and lenses choices.

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4.0

High value

By Greatguns

from Beecher, IL

About Me Semi-pro Photographer

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comes With Leather Case
  • Easy To Use
  • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
  • Large Clear LCD
  • Quiet
  • Small

Cons

  • No Viewfinder

Best Uses

  • Family Photos
  • Indoors/Low Light
  • Landscape/Scenery
  • Travel
  • Video

Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

I would not have bought this camera except for the very low price. Now that I have it, I'm satisfied for the most part. There are features I wish it had--hot shoe, viewfinder come to mind, but it is a great value and nice and small. Weighs a lot less than my bigger Nikons.

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5.0

a wonderful camera with wonderful lens~~

By Song

from Cambridge, MA

About Me Photo Enthusiast

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Good Image Quality
  • Good Image Stabilization
  • High ISO Performance
  • Quiet

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Family Photos
    • Indoors/Low Light
    • Landscape/Scenery
    • Travel

    Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

    I have been watching this set of J1 for a long time, and finally I booked them. This is a great camera, and two great lens, especially the long distance one. The photos it took are extremely good out of my expectation. I love them very much. And the color is shinning, beautiful. It's not very suit for a man, but it would be a wonderful gift to my daughter. By the way, I bought them with the excellent prize. $[*] for the whole set.

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    4.0

    great bargain for a wonderful camera

    By fisheye

    from Boston, MA

    About Me Photo Enthusiast

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Easy To Use
    • Good Image Quality
    • Good Image Stabilization
    • Quiet

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Family Photos
      • Landscape/Scenery
      • Travel

      Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

      For USD$[$], I got this beautiful gear with 2 lenses covering a reasonable range. Most of the time I use 10-30 for daily use unless I intend to shoot people/objects then I switch to 30-110. I bought it to replace the point and shoot camera I had but this is a bit too big compared with point and shooters, especially when putting into the complementary case that came with it. Together it has the size of my DSLR with 35mm fixed lens. I wish it has sweep panorama that add versatility when I shoot scenes outdoor.

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      4.0

      Picture quality is great but...

      By Tsachi

      from Israel

      About Me Casual Photographer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Good Image Quality
      • Good Image Stabilization

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          Pic quality is great but the leather case can't support the longer lens.

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          4.0

          Great grab & go camera

          By Jared

          from Central Connecticut

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
          • Fast Shutter Speed
          • Good Image Quality

          Cons

          • No Viewfinder

          Best Uses

          • Family Photos
          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Sports/Action
          • Travel

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          I was looking for something between my bulky DSLR and a point and shoot. Something with more functionality, and interchangeable lenses, but not requiring the full entourage. After two weeks, this fits the bill. I have so far used it only for work purposes, documenting prototype builds, but I plan to take it on a couple of upcoming vacations soon. A true viewfinder would be nice, but that is something I knowingly gave that up in the interest of cost savings. Only disappointment so far is the RAW files are not recognized by my (admittedly old, 5.0) version of Elements. Now my AW100 is reserved for beach & foul weather, but the J1 is by my side the rest of the time.

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          4.0

          Great small camera

          By carrolltd47

          from Harriman, TN

          About Me Casual Photographer

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
          • Fast Shutter Speed
          • Good Image Quality
          • Good Image Stabilization
          • Quiet

          Cons

          • No Viewfinder
          • Short Battery Life

          Best Uses

          • Family Photos
          • Indoors/Low Light
          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Travel
          • Wildlife photos

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          The camera was purchase primarily for my wife to take picture of the grandkids. Our old camera was not fast enough to capture their activity. We are taking the camera on an overseas trip, and this size works well for travel.

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          5.0

          Nice camera

          By Paul

          from Louisiana

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          For the money this little gem is awesome . I love it !!!i it has so may cool features I would recommend this to all people looking for an advanced point and shoot

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          5.0

          Great camera!!

          By MelissaP.

          from NYC

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          It's easy to use and it has a lot of great features!

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          2.0

          Not Mirror Imae

          By Yoyo

          from Brooklyn NY

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use

          Cons

          • Lag / Shutter Delay
          • Poor Image Quality
          • Poor In Low Light

          Best Uses

          • Family Photos
          • Indoors/Low Light
          • Landscape/Scenery
          • Sports/Action
          • Travel
          • Video
          • Weddings/Events
          • Wildlife photos

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          The colour is off. It does not give shape colouring. The pictures often have a yellow over tone to them. The videoing is terrible, it ends when it wants. The videos often gets blurry. The camera get VERY HOT when videoing that the camera give you a warning of the heat and turns off.
          The camera takes a long time to take a picture often you will miss the moment waiting for the camera to take the picture.

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          5.0

          Excellent Camara

          By Carlos

          from Miami

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          I got this Camara, and for the price I paid? It is an excellent deal!!

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          4.0

          This is a Snappy little Camera!

          By M. Aleksich

          from Laurinburg, NC

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
          • Good Image Quality
          • Good Image Stabilization
          • Quiet

          Cons

          • Short Battery Life

          Best Uses

          • Family Photos
          • Slow motion video
          • Travel

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          When the Nikon 1 J1 came out I was not impressed. Only 10mp and a New smaller sensor? What was Nikon doing? So in 2012 I bought a Panasonic GX1 instead with it's larger Micro 4/3 sensor and 16mp vs. the Nikon's 10mp and I don't regret that choice, However now it's 2014 and I'm revisiting the J1 and Liking it alot and here's why: - Image Quality is Very Good the Smaller sensor with 10mp has close to the same pixel density as a 4/3 sensor at 16mp which means Noise at Higher ISO's is about the same. - With the two Kit Lenses 10-30mm and 30-110 this setup covers the entire range of what most people will use the camera for with the 35mm equivalent of a 27-81 and 81-297 in a very small package with the breakpoint being perfect for an Indoor Family lens and Outdoor Travel lens. - Good metering and output in Auto Scene and Program modes for Point and Shoot users, with easy menu access to Shutter and Aperature Priority modes for those who want to take more control. - I really like Nikon's use of the rocker switch (Top Right on back). Very intuitive especially for Shutter and Aperature control as well as for selecting Single / Continuous shooting modes. - Slow Motion Video Mode! This is almost a best kept secret. For those that want to play with slow motion video the J1 with 640x240 @ 400 frames per second Rocks! Other's may come close but with compact sensors they don't compare. It also does 320x120 @ 1,200 FPS though at that resolution the Quality is lacking for most uses. One Note- The Downside is a 5 second limit on recording time which gives about a Minute long video for 400 FPS clips and a 3 minute at 1,200 FPS. - PRICE! At the time I am writing this (Feb 2014) the J1 has been discontinued as of Dec. 2013, with the New J3 with a 14mp sensor out. What this means is that instead of paying $[@]Retail for the two lens package I paid $299 - You can't even get a High end Enthusiast Small Sensor camera for that. I will say that I would not Pay $699 for this camera package as there are more competitive packages out there, but at $[$]you won't find more camera for the money.Now for the Downsides- - Limited Crop ability if you do a lot of Post Processing. Though 10mp is more than enough for most needs if you do a lot of cropped images you may have to adjust your shooting style a bit since you won't have quite the room to crop like on a 16mp sensor. - Tendency in low light to use Slow shutter speeds more than normal in Auto Exposure modes which can cause motion blur. So in lower light situations it's best to use Shutter Priority mode and 1/60th or faster shutter speed (more if the subject is moving). - Update the Camera Firmware! Not hard to do and Nikon's www site has good instructions, mine was not the most up to date out of the box, and the newer firmware helps to address the tendency to use slow shutter speeds. - Limited Battery Life. If you plan on going out with this camera and making a day of it bring a spare battery or two, as they don't last that long, but on the upside you can get an aftermarket spare for under $[$].Small things I would change: - The Camera will Auto Power On when you unlock the lens for use - It would be nice if it also powered down when you Locked it too. - Put a bigger Buffer in it.. A few more High Speed frames and longer High Speed video would be nice. - Allow a little more user customization on what some of the buttons do. - In different modes it's a bit frustrating to Not be able to start recording video or take a picture (more often than not one of the two functions is not available) Conclusion: The Nikon 1 J1 is a Winner and a Keeper. It does have some limitatations but is positioned very nicely between Point and Shoot's and other mirroless cameras aimed at people more oriented towards a DSLR. Small, Fun and most importantly it takes good pictures without a lot of fuss but still allows a user to use more advanced modes easily. The biggest downside for the Nikon 1 series cameras is that Nikon is Very Proud of them! If I had to Pay the Retail price of $[$]for this package (even after handling and using the camera) I would Not be writing this review, and realistically never have paid more than $500-$550 for the package... But at $299? If I had any intention of getting a camera in this class and passed up this deal I know I would be Kicking myself later on.

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          5.0

          great camera

          By Daisy

          from OK

          Verified Buyer

          Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

          it is cool and really useful

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          5.0

          In love!!!

          By Jo

          from Brazil

          About Me Photo Enthusiast

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Fast Shutter Speed
          • Good Image Quality
          • Large Clear LCD
          • Quiet

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

              I am simply in love with my new camera!
              It's beautiful, simple, very easy to understand manual!!!!
              Would definitely recommend to my friends :-)

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              1.0

              Dont wast your money, get a DSLR

              By Jay

              from New York City

              About Me Photo Enthusiast

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Quiet

              Cons

              • Constantly Blurry
              • Lag / Shutter Delay
              • Poor Image Stabilization

              Best Uses

              • Things That Dont Move

              Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

              takes far too long to take picture after picture. Even with the multiple pictures at once feature, 9 out of 10 are blurry and you miss the moment. I wouldn't waste your money on this. For a little more get a DSLR.

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              5.0

              nikon 1J1

              By debzy1956

              from white plains new york

              Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

              loved the camera. it made me also buy the nikon 1S1

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              4.0

              Bang for the buck

              By Sud

              from Central Islip

              Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Red):

              Superb pricing for the offer. Very decent and good camera for the price in New york city lights. Sefinitely worth the kit.

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              5.0

              Amazing photos

              By Gui

              from Pennsylvania

              Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Black):

              I bought this camera for a trip and you can take photos quickly and the definition is excellent.
              Recommended.

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              5.0

              Serves my purpose well

              By rkcarch

              from CT

              About Me Semi-pro Photographer

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Fast / Accurate Auto-Focus
              • Good Image Quality
              • Quiet

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Family Photos
                • Landscape/Scenery
                • Travel

                Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Black):

                When I want to go for a casual walk without 30 lbs of D800E & lenses, I can take 3 lbs of J1 & lenses. For my type of work, virtually always on a tripod & using the best range of the lenses, I can get results nearly as good as 30 lbs of my old D200 & lenses - and substantially better than my G9.

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                3.0

                Not for enthusiastic photographers

                By Orson

                from Lima, Perú

                About Me Photo Enthusiast

                Verified Reviewer

                Pros

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                      Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Black):

                      Pros:-Very quick focus system.-J1's 1" sensor reflects better pictures than 1/1.7" enthusiastic cameras but less than his peers 4/3's or Aps-c mirrorless cameras, that is, all other in the market except for Pentax Q series.-$[$]is a very good price for a mirrorless camera with two lenses, even so it has just a 1" sensor. Cons:-Basic values as ISO and white balance don't have direct buttons.-No quick menu for quick access to camera parameters.-Menu is not very intuitive for this kind of camera.--Exposition compensation doesn't function in M mode. -The meter doesn't display in A, S, P modes.-Time between shutter release and the live view take longs 3 seconds.-F button can't be customizable (it indicate the type of shoot. A waste of a button)-In the Auto-Mode, the shutter speed that the camera selects when indoors or low light is way too slow for a sharp picture. -Manual focus system is very bad. Useless function.-A little heavy for the camera size and 1" sensor.It doesn't feel secure in hands and it doesn't feel well-built as an enthusiastic camera as Canon G series, Pana LX7 or Pentax Q. -No HDR-No filter NDJ1 has been made not for enthusiastic photographers if not to amateur people who want to upgrade their cheap compact system to some more capable (more IQ and interchangeable lenses). J1 should be the less enthusiastic camera in the mirrorless camera world (maybe with the Canon M). Even the Pentax Q is more functional. An enthusiastic camera is one that allows you to take photos quickly, secure, with shortcut buttons to the values of the camera, with an intuitive menu, sitting well in the hand and with a fast and accuracy performance. And the J1 has many limitations to fulfill that purpose.Suggested retail price was much overpriced ($[$]with 10-30mm and $[$]with 10-30 and 30-110mm) for the system. It was reflected in that only hardcore Nikon users bought the camera at that time. The sales at [$]for the one lens kit) don't seem interesting. Recently at $300 and $200 the camera is attractive to buyers. I bought the two lenses kit at $320 (64% of discount) and the one lens kit is selling for just $200 (69% of discount). At that price point, the camera is OK. For that, I value this camera with 3 stars. If the price would be $400 or more, one or two stars. With a little more money you can buy a Sony 3N or an Olympus EPM2, both much better in IQ, shooter experience (Oly >Sony) and lenses choices.

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                      5.0

                      excellent

                      By Ben

                      from NYC

                      Comments about 1 J1 Mirrorless Digital Camera with 10-30mm / 30-110mm Lens (Black):

                      This ia an excellent camera. I love it

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