New Mirror-less Samsung Announces NX30 & Two New Lenses

With all ads in recent months manufacturers such as Olympus, Nikon and Sony, it’s easy to forget that Samsung has a large walk in the compact market with interchangeable lens (ILC). I know many of you may not consider their current cameras, but Samsung is leading the development of their very seriously ILCs. I had the opportunity to sit and talk with the Samsung staff as they crossed me his latest announcement, the NX30.


Samsung jumped forward and is now # 2 in mirrorless compact cameras in the US, a huge jump stranding 2012 as much as 5 or 6 on the market. They are gaining considerable foot because of the amount of effort they are putting in performance of their cameras. Autofocus with its sensors is a totally different experience than you might expect from its competitors. It’s fast bad, no matter how light.


The NX30 uses the same sensor as NX300, if not slightly improved. It will employ an advanced hybrid Auto Focus system, which features both phase detection points and contrast, and a great many more of each than any other camera on the market (which is what gives you a quick snappy AF such) . The camera also offers a / 8000s shutter speed and 9fps continuous shooting. The ISO NX30 place between 100-25600.


The NX30 is built with several use cases in mind. They included a high-resolution electronic viewfinder slope (EVF, XGA, 2,359K-dot resolution) that allows you to position the EVF by up to an angle of 80 degrees up and down, making it easier for any shooting angle, and also a improved 3.0-inch AMOLED display pop-out rotary. This screen is brighter than its predecessor, the NX20 which is always a welcome improvement.


Dropbox is preloaded on the NX30 in selected regions – becoming the first specific device camera to offer direct-to-Dropbox upload. In addition, users of the NX30 in selected regions can upload directly to Flickr, the photo sharing website with full resolution – another first for a specific device of the camera. Using the advanced features of the NX30 connected, images can be automatically transferred to the snap happy photographers will not need to worry about filling up your memory cards more and more.

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