Samsung recently launched the Galaxy NX, a mirror-less camera with inter-changeable lens. The Galaxy NX is a yet another Android powered camera after the Galaxy camera from Samsung.
The Galaxy NX has a 20.3 megapixel APS-C sensor with hybrid autofocus, like other mirror-less cameras from Samsung. The camera’s rear LCD is a 4.8 inch touchscreen with an electronic viewfinder. The camera can capture fast action photos with shutter speed as quick as 1/6,000 of a second. The ISO in the camera goes up to 25,600 for shooting in low light.
The Galaxy NX is not like other mirror-less cameras in the market. The camera runs on latest Android Jelly Bean (v 4.2) which gives user access to all the Android apps in the Play Store. Users can access all the content on the Google Play as the camera supports WiFi and cellular connectivity. Unlike the previous Galaxy Camera, the camera is equipped with 4G LTE for ultra fast sharing and uploading of photos and videos on the web.
The Galaxy NX camera has interchangeable lenses and it supports all the NX line lenses of Samsung. The new Galaxy camera also supports the NX’ 2D/3D lens which can switch from 2D to 3D by just pressing a switch.
The camera also have a new feature named Photo Suggest, the feature use your location to suggest places to take photos. But the difference is that the feature only uses place suggested by other photographers not the obvious ones like monuments and other popular places.
Like Samsung Smartphones, the Galaxy NX also have 3o special shooting mode like macro, landscape and silhouette. However, Samsung hasn’t said anything about the price and availability of the Camera.
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