This new camera has a super-trendy design, and new features like Wi-Fi sharing
Samsung's new NX300 camera was launched in Australia yesterday. It's a 'compact system camera', with interchangeable lenses like a digital SLR, and a picture sensor that's just as big as most high-end cameras.
It's got a 20.3-megapixel sensor in its slim body, and comes in either white-on-white, brown-on-silver, or black-on-silver leather and aluminium chassis.
Locally, you'll be able to buy the NX300 with either the 18-55mm OIS lens, or the more compact 20-50mm lens.
The camera's rear 3.3-inch AMOLED screen can tilt up and down, and you've got all the usual controls you'd find on an enthusiast-level camera.
Here's the NX300 body with the two kit lenses to choose from. the 20-50mm is much smaller, but covers less range as well as missing out on optical image stabilisation.
Here's a bevy of NX300s, with 18-55mm lenses attached, and with detachable pop-up flashes. This picture was taken with an NX300 and 18-55mm lens.
Here's the NX300 in white. This picture was taken with an NX300 and 18-55mm lens.
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