Matthew Thackrah, head of IT solutions at Samsung South Africa says that with the inclusion of built-in WiFi connectivity, customers can share pictures and videos straight from their NX Series camera.
He also adds that the camera’s wireless connectivity does not mean sacrificing image quality. So you can now share good quality pics instantly via Facebook and Picasa, or email.
All three smart cameras feature a 20.3-megapixel (Samsung developed) sensor; i-Function lens (lets you adjust camera settings with the lens itself); 1080p full HD recording; panorama and 3D panorama mode; smart filter (with 10 different options) and smart panel functionality.
If you already have a Samsung smartphone, tablet or TV, you can pair it via Mobile Link to access your photos. Once linked, you can use remote viewfinder to display images.
The entry-level NX1000 is compact, comes with Auto 2.0 technology, Smart Link Hot Key and is available in white, black and pink. Price: R5999.
The middle of the range NX210 has a metallic finish, offers a 3-inch AMOLED display and easy access to WiFi functionality. Price: R6999.
The high-end NX20 is slightly bulky, hence its ergonomic grip and has a swivel 3-inch AMOLED display. Price: R8499.
The full range, with interchangeable lenses:
Love the ability to instantly share via WiFi and pair with other Samsung devices, but it’s a little too pricey for me!
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