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Samsung Unveils NX Camera Trio

4/19/2012 10:04:23 AM Eastern

Beijing, China - Samsung
Electronics
unveiled to the world here Thursday three Wi-Fi-enabled
additions to its NX series mirrorless Compact System Cameras (CSCs) - the
NX1000, NX210 and NX20.

 Samsung

The NX210 ($1,100 suggested retail), and NX220 ($900), will both
ship in May, while the NX1000 is due later at a price be announced.

All three incorporate Samsung's SMART camera technology with
built-in Wi-Fi connectivity that allows easily uploading images to favorite
online sites where ever a hot spot is provided.

SMART allows sharing pictures at the touch of a button, uploading
to social networks including Facebook and Picasa, or emailing images straight
from the camera. It will help the camera link to a Samsung smartphone, which
can then be used as a remote viewfinder.

Each model also features a 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensors, compatibility
with Samsung's nine model i-Function lenses that enable users to adjust camera
settings using the lens so a photographer never has to move away from the
framed target.

Ten Smart Filters and added Selective Color function are offered
to enable adjusting the look and feel of shots as they are taken.

All three cameras also feature Panorama and 3D Panorama functions.
A Smart Panel feature on all three models enables adjusting settings and
features.

Samsung said the cameras are targeted at both professional
photographers looking for an advanced, yet compact interchangeable lens model they
can easily carry around and advanced amateurs looking to step up from a
point-&-shoot to a compact camera offer greater creative control.

The NX1000 will be available in white, black or pink body colors
and features Smart Auto 2.0 and the Smart Link Hot Key that simplify picture
settings and sharing images.

It features a 3-inch 921,000-dot LCD display, contrast AF with
single AF and continuous AF modes, up to 1/4,000 sec. shutter speed with JPEG
burst shooting from 8 to 11fps (high) or 3fps up to 15 shots (low), and an ISO
range from 100 to 12,800 and auto ISO upper level selectable up to 3,200.

Flash is external only, and the camera will shoot SRW RAW image
files as well as JPEGs.

Video is captures in MP4 (H.264) in up to 1920-by-1080/30fps
(default) and 1920-by-810/24fps as well as 720p and SD formats for easy
sharing.

The NX210, which replaces the NX200, features a metallic finish
and offers a 3-inch AMOLED swivel-screen display for viewing Full HD videos
recorded by the camera, a Samsung Mobile Link enabling sending images to phones
and tablets and a TV Link to connect the NX210 wirelessly to internet-enabled
TVs.

The NX20 features a DSLR feel at a fraction of the size and
weight. Included is an ergonomic grip, 3-inch AMOLED display, fast shutter speeds
up to 1/8000 sec., and a range of functions and manual controls, including SVGA
EVF to help frame professional quality images. 

The NX20 also features a TTL auto pop-up flash to complement the
hot shoe for an optional external unit.

Myoung Sup Han, Samsung Electronics digital imaging business senior
VP, said: "The three new additions to the NX range mark an evolution in
Samsung's SMART Camera offering, demonstrating our understanding that digital
imaging is about sharing the best moments with family and friends, and not only
about taking great pictures. Samsung is paving the way, introducing the world's
first SMART Compact System Cameras for professional standard images that are
worth sharing."

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