Samsung WiFi and hybrids the NX20, NX210 and NX1000
According to rumors, Samsung has just formalized its new cameras embarquants a hybrid CMOS APS-C but also WiFi. Here are the new Samsung NX20, NX210 and NX1000. Although the three hybrids share similar basic characteristics, each addresses a different audience. You guessed it, the NX20 is for most experts, the NX210 to those looking for the right compromise between performance and compactness, and finally the NX1000 is for the general public.
Next to the APS-C CMOS sensor 20 megapixels, they all offer WiFi and therein lies the big news. No need of additional accessories is included. WiFi will enable you to quickly share your photos with cloud services related, computer, smartphone or tablet, your TV
Returning to the technical characteristics, they all offer an APS-C of 20 megapixels, a sensitivity ranging from 100 to ISO 12800 and SmartCamera called WiFi.
The NX20 features an AMOLED doncs ball on a 3 “VGA resolution, a Ă©lectrionique viewfinder with a resolution of 480k dots, a shutter speed up to 1/8000s, an AF of 15 collimators, a speed burst of 8fps, recording Full HD video, RAW, all in a weight of 341g. Count â‚¬ 1,099 as a kit with the classic 18-55mm for early May 2012.
The NX210 offers his side of an AMOLED screen 3 “with VGA resolution, a shutter speed up to 1/4000s, an AF of 15 collimators, a burst speed of 8fps, the video recording Full HD, RAW, all in a weight of 222g. â‚¬ 899 count kit with the classic 18-55mm for mid-May 2012.
And finally that the NX1000 offers a 3 “screen with VGA resolution, a shutter speed up to 1/4000s, an AF of 15 collimators, a burst speed of 8fps, recording movies in Full HD, RAW, all in a weight of 222g. â‚¬ 749 count kit with the classic 18-55mm or 699 â‚¬ in kit with the 20-50mm, all for June 2012.