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New Nikon gear: Nikon 1 V3 and Nikkor lenses; ugliest cameras ever

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Thursday 20 March 2014

Nikon has taken centre stage over the past few weeks thanks to a series of headline making announcements.

First of all, the manufacturer added to its growing 1 series of CSCs with the launch of the Nikon 1 V3. The model continues the theme of speed for which the 1 series is renowned, managing an eye-watering maximum continuous shooting speed of 60fps, alongside a host of other new features.

A pair of new 1 Nikkor lenses accompanied the Nikon 1 V3 announcement, with both placing an emphasis on advanced functionality in a compact body.

Elsewhere, ahead of our forthcoming full review of the Nikon D4S we took a closer look at its predecessor - the Nikon D4 - to see what exactly you're getting for the extra £1800.

And finally, although most new digital cameras are pleasing on the eye it's certainly not always the case. With that in mind, we shortlisted some of those where the designers seem to have missed the mark in our 6 of the ugliest digital cameras ever made round-up.

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