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Samsung has started what has been described as the integration of its devices particularly its cameras with its smartphones. Samsung has announced its NX300 which happens to be its upgraded version of NX series of APS-C mirror less cameras.
The latest release from Samsung, NX300 is constructed around a 20 MP sensor. Among its features are the phase detection focus elements which will enable a Hybrid AF system for better focusing. It also features a larger screen of 3.3 inch OLED and is a 16:9 panel with 768k dots. The screen is also touch sensitive.
A much more powerful processor enables the NX300 to ensure 9FPS for better continuous shooting and also enables shooting movies of 1080p to be shot at 60fps. Improved Wi-Fi features makes connectivity simpler.
The NX300 bears improved features as compared to its predecessors. The NX300 will cost around $749.99.
Samsung has also introduced a 3D capable version of its 45 mm F1.8 NX lens. The 3D lens can be used as a normal lens. It features two LCD screens which cuts the optical path into two. When the user engages the 3D mode, the 6two screens alternatively shades their side of the lens. In fact two different images are projected on the screen and the camera captures and combines the two images to create a 3D picture or video. The feature can also be extended to the earlier models. The 3D version Lens is priced $499 as compared to the 2D lens which has a price tag of $299.