Nikon BS-N1000 Multi Accessory Port Shoe Cover for 1 V1 Digital Camera Body, Black

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About Nikon BS-N1000

The Nikon BS-N1000 Shoe Cover for Nikon 1 V1 is a black colored shoe cover designed to protect the contacts of the hot shoe on the Nikon 1 V1 digital camera body when no optional accessory attachments are mounted on the hot shoe.

One reason why the Nikon BS-N1000 is popular is because of its Easy to use

Summary of Customer Reviews

Customers most agreed on the following attributes:
Pros:
Easy to use (4)
Best Uses:
Everyday (3)
Reviewer Profile:
Casual photographer (3)

Nikon BS-N1000 Specifications

Compatibility
Nikon 1 V1 digital camera body

Nikon BS-N1000 Reviews

Review Snapshot®

 
4

(based on 11 reviews)

87%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Ratings Distribution

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Most Liked Positive Review

 

Nikon V1 shoe cover not up to Nikon standards.

I have been a dedicated Nikon fan since 1968. I recently purchased the V1 camera to replace my wife's Nikon D90 since she wanted a camera with less bulk and interchangeable lenses. For all intents and purposes, the V1 has proven to be a very nice alternative but we are both most disappointed with the build of the shoe cover. The cover was lost in a very brief time. Since the camera normally has the GPN-100 GPS accessory on the camera except during flash photography, it is not as big a deal no...

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I have been a dedicated Nikon fan since 1968. I recently purchased the V1 camera to replace my wife's Nikon D90 since she wanted a camera with less bulk and interchangeable lenses. For all intents and purposes, the V1 has proven to be a very nice alternative but we are both most disappointed with the build of the shoe cover. The cover was lost in a very brief time. Since the camera normally has the GPN-100 GPS accessory on the camera except during flash photography, it is not as big a deal now that the camera is in fairly heavy use. When the GPS is not on the camera, it is a real pain in the backsides to not have the cover in place to protect the contacts from dirt and moisture. Nikon, please... please do something about this awful cheap cover. It just doesn't fit the camera when everything else about this offering is so nice.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Fall of several times

I had only used the camera a few months but the shoe cover has already fallen off three times. Probably stuck in clothing or camera bag when the camera was picked up. Twice I found it but the third time it disappeared.

Reviewed by 11 customers

 
4.0

fits and protects

By

from San Diego, CA  -  Semi-Professional

My refurbished V1 came with this cover missing. I was ordering another product and added this to my order as the fastest way to fix the problem. The cover snaps in place and has excellent fit and finish. I have heard that it is easy to loose and that may be why it was missing on my V1 when I received it. It appears secure at this time however.

 
5.0

Perfect Fit!

By

from San Francisco, CA  -  Casual user

What can I say? I was just so surprised to even find this missing piece on any site and couldn't even find the item number on the Nikon website. But when I found it on Adorama I jumped on it and it even came earlier than estimated. It fit right in like the original. Very satisfied with selection and service.

 
5.0

Works just like the original!

By

from Seattle, WA  -  Hobbyist/Enthusiast

Works like a charm...

 
5.0

Such a small part, such a quick delivery

By

from Claremont, Ca.  -  Casual user

Just what I needed.

 
1.0

Never Received my Product

By

from California  -  Casual Photographer

I did not receive my product and I wrote back to communicate that the product was not delivered and did not hear back. Very disappointing. Just as well the purchase was for a very small item.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

Fall of several times

By

from Sweden

I had only used the camera a few months but the shoe cover has already fallen off three times. Probably stuck in clothing or camera bag when the camera was picked up. Twice I found it but the third time it disappeared.

 
5.0

Replacement piece

By

from Scottsdale, AZ  -  Casual Photographer

Replacement piece, fits as it should. Too bad Nikon makes it so easy to lose this piece, I was not even out and about, switching it in and out and still lost it.

 
5.0

Lost now replaced

By

from Scottsdale, AZ  -  Casual Photographer

Was not even switching it in and out, Nikon V1 cap is so easy to lose. Wish it was more secure but this fits perfectly and will do the trick until it is lost again.

 
5.0

lost the one that came with Nikon 1 V1?

By

from San Jose, CA  -  Semi-pro Photographer

The design/construction of Nikon 1 V1 and this Multi Accessory Port Shoe Cover are somehow not optimum. This will come off the camera rather easily. I have now secured Multi Accessory Port Shoe Cover to my black Nikon V1 with a small piece of black gaffer's tape. This fastening looks clean and secure and easy to unsecure if and when I need to. Now that it is secure, I hope will never have to buy a replacement again...even though, unlike other Nikon products, fortunately, the replacement Multi Accessory Port Shoe Cover isn't very expensive.

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

I think Nikon Fixed the issue

By

from Undisclosed

I recently got a Nikon V1 and have used it quite a bit and have not babied it at all and have not used a camera case with it and the hot-shoe cover has yet to come off. The Big thing is that Nikon used a proprietary hot shoe instead of a standard one. I want to use my pocket wizards and can't. Even the Panasonic LX3 has one! Its a shame because otherwise the 1V is awesome!

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