Samsung launches NX300 Wi-Fi enabled CSC
4th Jan 2013 | 10:20
New 45mm lens also enables 3D shooting
Samsung has launched a new NX camera to sit in its compact system camera line-up, the NX300 features a 20.3 million pixel sensor.
The company says that the APS-C CMOS sensor is newly designed, while a wide ISO range of ISO 100 - 25600 is designed to improve performance.
Further features include a new Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) system for delivering fast, accurate phase and contrast detection, 1/6000 sec shutter speed and 8.6fps shooting should also mean moments are rarely missed.
A DRIMe IV imaging engine is included to boost colour performance and greater noise reduction, as well as supporting full 1080p HD video capture in both 2D and 3D format.
On the back of the camera, a 3.31 inch AMOLED tilting touchscreen can be found, which should be useful when shooting from awkward angles.
In order to shoot in 3D, consumers must purchase an additional new 45mm lens. The NX300 is also compatible with the other lenses in the NX system along with other accessories in the range.
The camera is also Wi-Fi enabled, allowing for instant sharing of images and videos via social networking and email.
Samsung NX300 pricing and availability has yet to be confirmed.