On the market for a mirrorless camera, but don't have that much cash to spare? Nikon's new entry-level Nikon 1 S2 could be for you, coming in at just under £380.
The compact camera comes equipped with a 14.2MP CMOS sensor with a sensitivity range of ISO 200-12800. Nikon's proprietary 135-point autofocus system is also onboard, offering 73 phase action points for speedy subject tracking. 10 RAW format images at 20 frames per second can be captured, while the Nikkon 1 S2 can pump out as many as 60 frames per second if you set it on a fixed focus.
Full HD video can also be filmed off the camera at 60fps, while there are also super-slo mo options from 400 fps to as low as 1,200 fps.
Coming in red, black, yellow or white, the standard kit (including a Nikkor 11-27.5mm f/3.5-5.6 zoom lens) will launch in June for £379.99. An extended edition, which adds in a Nikkor 30-110m lens, will launch at the same time for £529.99.