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Getting this for cheap instead of a point and shoot. Would it be worth it?
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>>3501314
sure if the price is right, probably better spec'd than most point and shoots
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>>3501314
How much ?
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250 used. Without lens.
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>>3501314
Yes, it's surprisingly nice to use.
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>>3501314
Dad got one for a holiday snapshitter and it's quite good for the money. You can find lenses dirt cheap too because Nikon abandoned the system.
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get a c-mount adapter too
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I’ve got that camera and a lot of lenses for it. I’m pretty happy with it for what it is. And what it is is a super tiny camera with interchangeable lenses. I’m super pissed that they dropped it, one of the potential upsides to mirrorless was exactly that. I’m getting an X-T3 from Fuji now. It’s not quite as tiny but at least they won’t drop the entire line in a few years.
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>>3501342
You can get an X-T10 body for that kinda money, or a lower end XA with a decent kit lens.... They'll be a similar size with a bigger sensor.
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>>3501342
Massively overpriced. I saw a J3 for about 60 USD in Japan and lenses for 40-50 each, and that was at an expensive bloody store that charged 20-30% more than elsewhere for shit. The most expensive J shit there was a J5+lens for 175
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>>3501314
Pentax Q is better
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>>3503826

https://cameradecision.com/compare/Pentax-Q-S1-vs-Nikon-1-J5

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