Nikon's latest midrange offering is the Nikon 1 J5, which sports a more classic look than its predecessor (the J4) and supports capturing of 4K video.
The J5 uses a 1"-type 20.8MP BSI-CMOS sensor offers a boost in resolution over its predecessor, and is also capable of 4K video capture at 15 fps. Intact from the previous model is a 171-point hybrid AF system with 105 phase-detect points. Also included is built-in Wi-Fi with NFC.
The camera also features CX-mount lenses, of which there are now thirteen. The crop factor on the 1-series cameras is 2.7x.
The J5 will be available in several configurations. In the US you can get the body with a 10-30mm (27-81mm equiv.) F3.5-5.6 VR power zoom lens for $499. Adding in the 30-100mm (81-270mm equiv.) F3.8-5.6 VR telephoto brings the price to $749. If you want one lens to handle it all, there's also a bundle with the 10-100mm (27-270mm equiv.) priced at $1049. Available colors include silver/black, silver/white, and all black.