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Samsung adds Wi-Fi to new 2012 NX1000, NX210, NX20

updated 08:55 am EDT, Thu April 19, 2012

Samsung adds Wi-Fi to 2012 mirroless camera range

Samsung has revealed three new mirrorless cameras for its 2012 lineup of NX cameras. The NX1000 ($699), NX210 ($899) and NX20 ($1099) all arrive utilizing the APS-C format, incorporate a 20.3-megpixel CMOS image sensor, can capture 1080p video and have an ISO range up to 12,800. Each model also now includes Wi-Fi for sharing of photos directly from the camera, wirelessly.

The entry-level NX1000 is available in white, black or pink. It includes a 20-50mm kit lens and includes Samsung's smart auto 2.0 function for quickly and easily taking high quality photos. It also incorporates Samsung's smart hotlink function for instant sharing when connected over Wi-Fi.

The NX210 adds a premium metallic finish to it design. It also utilizes a 3-inch AMOLED display for viewing images. It will allow Samsung mobile link users to display snaps instantly on phones and tablets or over TV Link to Internet-enabled smart TVs.

To this, the range topping NX20 adds a 1/8000s fast shutter and a swivel function for its 3-inch AMOLED display. It will also offers more advanced users the option to manually control shots as well as a range of additional functions including SVGA EVF for professional-quality image framing. [via Photography Bay]









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