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…]
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…]