Strangely enough, the rumored Samsung NX1100, which replaces the NX1000, has showed up for pre-order here at B&H Photo. However, Samsung is still silent with regard to an official announcement. [click to continue…]
The Samsung NX1000‘s successor has leaked out onto the Internet ahead of its official release. The NX1100 user manual surfaced on Samsung’s website, revealing all the details about the upcoming camera. [click to continue…]
Samsung could be releasing a full frame mirrorless camera in March, possibly known as the NX-R, which appeared alongside the now-official NX300 in a Samsung leak back in October. However, there is no solid word on what the spec list of the rumored NX-R would contain.
Additional rumors point to a Samsung NX30 coming in the future as a replacement to the Samsung NX20.
[via Photo Rumors]
Ahead of CES 2013, Samsung has launched its new NX300 camera. The Samsung NX300 is a new 20.3MP mirrorless camera that captures both still images and 1080p HD video. Additionally, the NX300 can capture 3D photos and video with the new NX 45mm f/1.8 2D/3D lens.
The NX300 features a sensitivity range of ISO 100-25,600 and 9 fps continuous shooting mode. Other features include a 3.31″ AMOLED touchscreen display and iOS and Android WiFi connectivity through Samsung’s Smart Camera app.
The Samsung NX300 retails for $748 and is already available here at B&H Photo.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]
The Samsung EX2 advanced point and shoot camera now comes in white (in addition to black). The 12.4MP compact camera captures RAW files, features a 3.3x optical zoom lens (24-80mm equivalent) with a f/1.4-2.7 max aperture and captures 1080p HD video. Check it out here at B&H Photo.
I had my first chance to go hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Camera at PhotoPlus 2012. For those unfamiliar with the new camera, it is an Android-powered hybrid of a camera that is somewhere between a point and shoot camera and a smartphone. The Galaxy Camera runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and all of the camera functions are built-in the Android system. [click to continue…]