Samsung NX2000 compact system camera unveiled
A 20MP camera, built-in Wi-Fi, interchangeable lenses and Smart features make this one attractive snapper
Samsung has unveiled a new pup in its NX camera litter – the NX2000. A compact system camera that manages to cram in the myriad features an enthusiast demands.
And what are those features? you ask. For starters, you get a 20.3MP ASP-C CMOS sensor and 100-256000 ISO range that’ll make short work of low light conditions. Plus the NX2000 packs in Smart features borrowed from the Galaxy Camera and Galaxy S4, like Best Face and Action Freeze.
Combine them with the 12 interchangeable lenses and your options are pretty broad – as are sharing methods thanks to built-in Wi-Fi and NFC. That means you can tap it to your NFC-enabled tablet or phone and have photos jump across over direct Wi-Fi. It’ll even manage HD 3D video with the right lens.
The NX2000 will come in white, black and pink with prices and the release date yet to be confirmed.
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