Digitalversus has published a new review on Nikon 1 V2. There’s not much new that can be said about the V2 – many reviews went by already. The V2, while being a bit bulky, is well shaped for handling, features a good EVF, a good video mode, good for quiet shooting, and can handle 60fps burst shots. The reviewer also claims good IQ up to ISO1600 which is about right. The V2 is a ILC that features IQ about the same as the best compact – Sony RX100. If you need something better, then you will need to go up to either M43 or APS-C based models. Otherwise, the V2 is a nice setup.
Their conclusion: With the V2, Nikon has reworked its high-end mirrorless camera, giving it a more classic design but also making it more accessible. Plus, it has loads of interesting functions (burst modes, video, autofocus). The V2 is a bit on the bulky side, but it’s a good mid-way model between a compact and an SLR.