All they need is a complementary minimum shutter speed setting.I only read the conclusion and agree with the scoring. I'm glad that DP didn't score the system higher simply for being a Nikon. I like the system, see tons of potential, but someone messed up on the auto-ISO logic of the camera. IMO, the bad logic kills the camera for most folks, even casual users, because (unless it's a nice bright day) the user is going to get shutter speeds that are slower than it should be. The alternative is to manually control the ISO or use shutter priority. Casual users aren't going to do that. If Nikon comes up with a firmware update for the auto-ISO logic and some customization of the buttons (or a super control panel), both the J1 and V1 would be exponentially better for both casual users and enthusiasts.
That's what Nikon does with the D3100/5100/7000 lineup. But that doesn't help very much if I'm using a zoom lens. Unless I tailor the minimum shutter speed to the longest length of the zoom.All they need is a complementary minimum shutter speed setting.