Samsung: A Great Photo For Every Moment

Frederique Bros
on May 27, 2013

The new NX300 and NX2000 Samsung cameras are designed to deliver useful, advanced and practical features for the enthusiast photographer looking for premium compact system cameras (CSC) and allows great shooting in most environments and for every moment.

The Samsung NX300 recently won the ‘Best CSC Advanced’ award at the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) Awards, recognised as one of the most coveted photos and imaging awards worldwide.

Premium Wi-Fi connectivity in the NX300 and NX2000 is designed to allow users to share their photographs between compatible devices and desktop computers. The Direct Link hot key feature is designed to enable images to be shared securely at the touch of a button between compatible camera, smartphone and tablet technology.

The NX300 includes a Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) system that is designed to enable fast, accurate phase and contrast detection, while the 1/6000 sec shutter speed and up to 8.6fps in continuous shooting mode helps to ensure moments are not missed.

Both NX300 and NX2000 cameras integrate the new 20.3 Megapixel APSCMOS sensor, capable of capturing high quality detailed images with sharp, life-like colours that are crisp and clear in most lighting conditions.

Both cameras also incorporate the new DRIMe IV engine which works to reduce noise, improve speed and enable superior color reproduction.

Additionally the integrated Near Field Communication (NFC) technology in the NX2000 links to many NFC-enabled compatible Android smartphones and tablets. Simply tap the camera with the compatible smart device and NFC immediately launches the Samsung SMART CAMERA App and automatically pairs the device via a direct Wi-Fi connection.

The NX300 is designed to make it easy for anyone to capture professional standard pictures. Samsung’s Smart Mode allows users to choose from 14 different settings, such as Creative Shot, Landscape, Light Trace or Action Freeze. Each setting will automatically adjust both aperture and shutter speed in order to obtain a great shot.

 

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