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Friday, February 21, 2014
Samsung NX30 SMART Camera And GALAXY Camera 2 Hit Retail Stores This Spring


Samsung's professionally-inspired NX30 SMART camera is available today for $1000 and the Android 4.3 Jellybean powered GALAXY Camera 2 will reach stores in mid-March for $500, Samsung said.

The NX30 boasts a 20.3MP APS-C CMOS Sensor as well as fast autofocusing with the inclusion of a Hybrid Autofocus feature. The camera supports a Shutter Speed of 1/8000 sec and a 9 frame per second (FPS) Continuous Shooting function. The NX30 also has a Tiltable Electronic Viewfinder, allowing photographers to position the EVF at up to an 80-degree angle upward and downward making it easy for any shooting angle. The NX30 also allows users to save up to ten custom shooting profiles that can be assigned and accessed via the new Custom Modes featured on the mode dial.

The camera will also offer SMART 3.0 features, which includes new Dropbox and Flickr integration as well as NFC-enabled capabilities. The new "Tag & Go" function lets users tap and share memories instantly, pairing the NX30 with NFC-enabled smartphones and tablets. The camera also has a Photo Beam feature that allows the transfer of an image or video to a smartphone or tablet by touching the two devices together.

The GALAXY Camera 2 employs a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor, a wide ISO range (100-25600), 21x optical zoom and a 4.8-inch HD Super Clear Touch LCD. It also incorporates a quad-core 1.6GHz processor and lets offers the benefits of the Android 4.3 Jelly Bean platform.

The GALAXY Camera 2 is boasting 28 SMART modes for users and incorporates an AF/AE separation feature that allows users, with a tap of the touchscreen, to properly expose an area away from the focal point for care-free images in challenging lighting scenarios. Sharing is made simple with SMART 3.0 features as well.




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