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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Several Samsung NX-Series mirrorless camera kits are available with $100 instant rebates now through July 20, 2013. Check them out here at B&H Photo.
Product Listing From Samsung's Website
After earlier rumors of Android-powered mirrorless cameras from Samsung, a couple of the rumored model numbers (the NX-R and NX300) showed up on Samsung’s website.
As those earlier rumors indicated, the NX-R is expected to follow the design of the Samsung NX20 with the upgrade to Android OS. And the NX300 is believed to be an Android-powered successor to the Samsung NX210 and should add a new optional EVF and OVF to the design. [click to continue…]
Samsung dropped what looks to be a pretty exciting camera with its Galaxy Camera last month, which is a heavy duty Android 4.1 Jelly Bean-powered point and shoot. In it, the camera is not just one of the features, it’s the whole point of the device – something that looks to become a serious trend.
Even with manufacturers that aren’t putting a full-on Android OS inside, we’re seeing a more app-like environment that extends beyond normal camera settings and mode selections (e.g., Sony’s new Apps in NEX models and the Canon 6D‘s built-in WiFi with sharing to iOS and Android devices). So it should come at no surprise that Samsung is expected to build (at least some) future NX mirrorless cameras around the Android OS. [click to continue…]
The oft-rumored Samsung NX200 has finally been unveiled. The NX200 features a Samsung-developed 20.3MP image sensor that also captures 1080p HD video.
The NX200 offers a sensitivity range of ISO 100-12,800 and sports a 3.0” VGA AMOLED display. Additionally, the NX200 makes use of a new i-Function 2.0 lens control, which is compatible with existing i-Function lenses, as well as new lenses at 18-200mm, 16mm, 60mm and 85mm focal lengths. Samsung also claims rapid AF and shooting speeds with a max frame rate of 7fps.
No word yet on price or release date. Check availability on Amazon.com.
More details in the press release below. [click to continue…]