Saturday, 4 January 2014

Samsung NX30 with double swivel viewfinder


Samsung NX30
Samsung has both the viewfinder and the display made pivoted at the NX30 system camera. This allows a simpler image control in unusual positions. The new Samsung NX30 system camera has a movable 80 degrees up electronic viewfinder and a 3-inch (7.62 cm) display on the back, which is also rotatable and also still swivel.

So the photographer can choose the subject yet with the help of the view finder, if the camera cannot be taken before the face. This not only snapshots, but also facilitates shots above the head or at ground level. The viewfinder has a resolution of 2.36 million pixels. The new autofocus feature of the APS-C camera uses face detection and contrast detection in shots. With a minimal electronic shutter speed of 1/ 8000 seconds and fastest movements can be frozen.

In addition, the camera can record up to 9 frames per second. The sensor picks up to 20.3 megapixels and works in the ISO range of 100-25600. The NX30 also accepts videos with full HD 60p apart from taking photos. Who wants the voices can also record it through an external microphone. Using the HDMI output, the recordings will be viewed without going through a computer directly from your TV or a projector.

The NX30 is equipped with NFC to make the exchange of data via WLAN (2.4 and 5 GHz) with mobile devices easier. Instead of having awkward access codes to enter, keep users both devices only briefly together, then they communicate with each other. If you want, then you can also automatically transfer without further action, photos on a Smartphone or tablet.

The Samsung NX30 will come from in February 2014 with the standard zoom lens “18-55 mm F3.5 -5.6 OIS III “for around 1,000 Euros in the market. Camera body only without lens is available for 900 Euros. It included with the software Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. The NX series camera from Samsung has their own proprietary lens mount. So far, 13 lenses are available in the market for this system.

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