Samsung CSCs go Wi-Fi

Samsung Electronics Australia has announced local availability of its Wi-Fi enabled compact system cameras – the NX20 and NX1000.

Samsung says the NX20 and NX1000 are ‘designed to give the professional look and feel of a Samsung DSLR, but at a fraction of the size and weight.’

NX20 key features:
– 20 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor;
– Full HD movie recording capabilities;
– 3-inch AMOLED Swivel Display – letting users precisely frame images and shoot from just about any angle;
– Built-in Electronic View Finder (EVF);
– 1/8000 top shutter speed;
– 8 fps;
– Samsung’s i-Function 2.0 system – makes it easy to adjust key camera settings through a single button and the ‘value ring’ located on the lens.

NX1000 key features:
– 20 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
– Full HD movie recording capabilities;
– Samsung’s i-Function 2.0 system;
– Smart Filter 2.0 technology – allows users to create the mood for their special moments with a range of available photo styles and themes;
– 1/4000 top shutter speed;
– 8 fps;
– ISO to 12,800;
– 2D/3D Panorama;
– Available in black or white.

A PC Auto Backup function allows users to upload photos wirelessly to a home PC or laptop and photos and videos can be shared on social media such as Facebook, Photobucket and YouTube.

A remote viewfinder app allows photographers to capture photos on the NX20 or NX1000 from the screen of compatible Android smartphones and tablets.

Both cameras are available now, with the Samsung NX20 with 18-55mm lens at an RRP of $999 (US MSRP US$1099), and the NX1000 with 20-50mm lens at an RRP of US$749 (US MSRP US$699).


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