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Nikon 1 Mirrorless Cameras Are Now All Officially Dead

6 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Out with the old, in with the new. Nikon has officially discontinued all the existing mirrorless cameras in its Nikon 1 series, which hasn't seen a new camera since the J5 was announced in April 2015 .
As you can see from this Nikon 1 product timeline on Wikipedia , the line has been completely ignored for a few years now.
Speculation about the 1 Series' demise has been swirling since 2016 .
Nikon reportedly has two full-frame mirrorless cameras on the way , but we may be seeing the end of the road for the 1 series, which largely failed to make a splash in the industry since the J1 and V1...
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