Nikon covers all focal lengths with three 'DL' enthusiast compacts with 1"-type sensors 3 compact cameras w 1inch sensors: 18-50mm equivalen f1.8-2.8 (f4.9-7.6 equivalent) 24-85 equivalent, f1.8-2.8 24-500 equiv, f2.8-5.6 Cool: The lens ranges Nikon 1's AF speed (20fps continuous af shooting) Step zoom Tilting screens +/- 5 stop exposure compensation 4k shooting Built in ND filter Uncool: That godawful tilting external evf, instantly making the 2 smaller camera's big, clunky, unpocketable, and fugly. And it's . Bunch of extra cash for something that Sony and Canon manage to build into some of their camera's. Removing the tilting mechanism would make it much smaller already. From what i can tell, no usb charging No weather sealing No flash on the 18-50... sure it's very wide for flash but now you can't have both an evf and flash, and that's lame All in all, really nice to see Nikon pushing compact design again, after years of near absence, but there are some serious question marks for me. Oh, and theyre expensive, but not quite as expensive as I feared - in fact not out of line with the also expensive competition.