After launching 2 new Galaxy series phones, Samsung has today launched its NX1 camera. Suitable for professional photographers, this device comes with DRIMe V image processor that lets you capture noise free high-quality images and videos. The CPU is can process ultra HD and 4K content.
NX1 has 205 point auto-focus system that has an impressive speed of 0.05 seconds. The camera supports continuous shot mode at 15 frames per second. It uses Samsung’s latest CMOS 28.0 MP APS-C BSI sensor with aperture f2.8 lens.
To make sure that the captured videos don’t take too much space from its flash storage, Samsung NX1 compresses every content with its H.265 codec. The camera is installed with an FWVGA 3.0 inch display that supports touch input. It also features a tiny LCD at its top that shows battery status and various functions. It packs with HDMI slot. Thus, connectivity with high-definition televisions is supported.
Like most other cameras within 1000 to 1500 dollars range, NX1 features OIS, NFC, and Bluetooth. As it allows network connectivity, users can play their recorded 4K/UHD videos wirelessly through a compatible television.
File transfer between NX1 and PC will be very fast operation as there’s a WiFi module in it. This camera’s viewfinder is equipped with an eye contact sensor and it is made up of OLED lens.
NX1 captures pictures of up to 29 megabytes size and videos at max 60 FPS. It can generate HTSC, Pal video output. This camera also allows you to take 3D images.
Samsung NX1 supports SD cards. It has an 1860 mAh battery and 549 grams weight. This camera measures 5.4 x 4.0 x 2.5 inch in dimensions. Its body has been built with alloy and magnesium metals.
NX1 is no doubt an expensive device considering the fact that smartphones with 20 to 24 megapixels 4K resolution supporting cameras are available at 1/3rd of its price tag.