Neocamera just published a detailed review of Nikon 1 V2. This digital camera is the flagship mirrorless from Nikon. It uses an all-new high-speed CMOS sensor with 14 megapixels and features 73 on-chip Phase-Detect autofocus points, to assist the 135 points used for Contrast-Detect autofocus. This sensor has a full-resolution of 14 megapixels and can shoot at up to 60 FPS at its maximum resolution and record full 1080p HD video.
The Nikon 1 V2 uses both a standard mechanical shutter or an electronic one. With the electronic one, it can reach incredible shutter-speeds up to 1/16000s. This same electronic shutter makes this camera, the most quiet interchangeable lens camera to date.
As the flagship model, the V2 includes a large 0.47″ high-resolution EVF with 1.5 megapixels and incredibly welcome Eye-Start sensor. There is also a sharp 3″ LCD with 920K pixels for shooting and reviewing images. Its medium-sized sensor lets this camera achieve an excellent compromise between image quality and size while reaching class-leading speeds.
Read the Nikon 1 V2 review for all the details and sample images at all ISO sensitivities.