samsung's NX300 mirrorless wi fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens
 
samsung's NX300 mirrorless wi fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens
jan 04, 2013

samsung's NX300 mirrorless wi fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens

samsung’s NX300 mirrorless wi-fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens 

 

 

south korean manufacturer samsung has announced the release of the NX300 – their latest series of their 3D capable mirror-less wi-fi cameras. boasting a 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, the device is capable of capturing images at a range of ISO 100 to 25600. the new camera also supports the ability
to shoot continuous burst photos at up to 8.6 FPS with additional full HD video recording capabilities. its 3.31 inch AMOLED touchscreen goes hand in hand with its built-in wi-fi, making it easier to share pictures to friends, family or the web.

 

samsung has also introduced the world’s first 2D/3D 45mm F1.8 lens system, which can be used conventionally in two dimension, or to capture photo stills and full 1080p video in three-dimension.

 

 

samsung's NX300 mirrorless wi fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens

samsung’s NX300 front view

 

 

samsung's NX300 mirrorless wi fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens

samsung’s NX300 3/4 front view

 

 

samsung's NX300 mirrorless wi fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens

samsung’s NX300 side view with swivel display

 

 

samsung's NX300 mirrorless wi fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens

dial details

 

 

samsung's NX300 mirrorless wi fi camera with 45mm 3D/2D lens

samsung’s NX300 including (left) 18-55mm lens, (right) 45mm 2D/3D lens

 

 

photo specifications:

max resolution: 5472 x 3648 effective pixels: 20.3 megapixels sensor type: CMOS ISO: 100 – 25600 screen size: 3.31 inch touch screen shutter speed: 1/6000 sec – 30 sec

 

 

video specifications:

format: MPEG-4, H.264 speaker: mono microphone: stereo resolution: 1920 x 1080,1280 x 720 (30 fps), 640 x 480, 320 x 240

  • what other lenses are available for this camera? I have one on loan & find it impressive unit and will complement most photographers bag. I cannot get the camera to tether to my laptop, iPhone yet but will keep trying. A feature that is “missing” for what I term a “travel camera” is Geo tagging, unless there is an external GPS device to match up

    Mike
  • Thanks very nice blog!

    Craig
  • AMAZING

    Alexandre Romualdo
  • some very compelling features

    dbkii

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