Samsung reveals new NX cameras with Wi-Fi


19 Apr 2012

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Samsung has unveiled three new compact cameras – the NX20, NX210 and NX1000 – which are its first compact models to feature Wi-Fi connectivity.

The three models are Samsung’s first compact cameras to feature complete Wi-Fi connectivity. Users can share and back up images and video through Wi-Fi and can also upload photos directly to social networks from the cameras.

They can share images between Samsung smartphones or tablets with its Mobile Link feature and internet-enabled TVs with its TV Link feature. Users can also store their images on up to two different cloud services from the device.

Each camera features a 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor with an ISO range from 100 to 12800. They can also shoot full HD (1080p) stereo sound movies.

The new NX range

Samsung NX20

The Samsung NX20 features a 3 inch AMOLED swivel display and has an ergonomic hand grip for easier portability. It also has a DSLR-style design.

It’s compatible with Samsung’s i-Function 2.0 lens system to let users control parameters using the lens, adjusting the image without moving from the subject.

Samsung NX210

The Samsung NX210 also features a 3 inch AMOLED display and includes Wi-Fi connectivity.

Samsung NX1000

The Samsung NX1000 is the most portable of the range and includes Smart Auto 2.0 for quick snaps. It’s available in white, black and pink.

Samsung has yet to pin down prices or availability dates for the Irish market.