The Samsung NX mini is the first mirrorless camera from Samsung to deviate from the APS-C format sensor and features a 20.5MP 1″ BSI CMOS sensor. As such, the NX mini looks like a direct competitor to the Nikon 1 series, which features the same sensor format. [click to continue…]
The Samsung NX30 and Galaxy Camera 2 were unveiled at CES 2014; however, pricing and availability was withheld at the time.
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Samsung launched the new NX30 flagship model, alongside its first premium ‘S’ lens, a 16-50mm f/2-2.8 zoom, at CES 2014. The Samsung NX30 remains a 20.3MP APS-C camera (also found in the NX300) with the familiar mirrorless design. The camera boasts some powerful photo-centric features often found in only more advanced (and more expensive) cameras, such as a max 1/8000 shutter speed and a 9fps still image frame rate. Additionally, the NX30 captures 1080/60p HD video, which we are beginning to see from more and more manufacturers. [click to continue…]
The Samsung Galaxy 2 camera was announced just prior to CES 2014. It follows the original Samsung Galaxy Camera as an Android-powered camera running on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean and includes the TouchWiz UI. [click to continue…]
The Samsung WB2200F is a bit of a head scratcher. At a time when camera makers are packing longer zoom ranges into smaller camera bodies, Samsung has taken the opposite approach and made the WB2200F as a 60x superzoom with an integrated vertical grip. [click to continue…]
B&H has the Samsung NX1100 with 20-50mm kit lens for $299 (reg. $349) through Nov. 30. Check it out here at B&H Photo.