Since some of the postings above don´t match what I have experienced I have summed up my view.
1. Image review
It shows up in the EVF, but if you half press the trigger review disappears
Thank you Peroo for your reply. What happens if you shoot continuously at high frame rate?
My experience with FT1 + 70-200VRII is that it don´t work very well. Autofocus is restricted to just one sensor and the V1 are often hunting focus in low light with this lens. (D800 have no problems in the same light)
Is one always limited to a single focus sensor when using the FT-1 regardless of lens used?
How well does the FT-1 work in moderate lighting conditions such as indoors but with the room regularly lit (not too bright nor too dark)?
How well does the FT-1 and the 35mm f/1.8G DX or the 50mm f/1.8G DX work with the FT-1?
How about the 24-70mm f/2.8?
What would you consider as the most useful combination of the V1, the FT-1 and regular DX/FX lenses?
Would you consider getting more native CX lenses as these become available or would you rely primarily on your other Nikkor DX/FX AF-s lenses and use these on the V1 via the FT-1?
Picture quality is good for the kind of camera it is. Mine have been used for family pictures and other occasions when a D800 is to large. I am satisfied with the camera for this use. It should have been smaller, but I will not switch to J2 since I can't live without the EVF. A V2 with better EVF, a new mode dial and better autofocus with FT1 could be interesting.
Do you also currently use other mirrorless camera? I ask this so that a point of comparison could perhaps be made using the V1 against the other mirrorless camera that you use.
Edited by Larry, 30 September 2012 - 17:14 .