Samsung has launched the Galaxy NX, the first 3G/4G LTE Connected CSC (Connected Compact System Camera) with interchangeable lenses.
With 3G/4G LTE technology, it allows users constantly stay connected and share images, providing an outlet for passionate photographers to express their experiences immediately. Photo Suggest provides location-based recommendations of popular photography spots sourced from a huge library of images taken by fellow photographers across the world. Story Album lets users enjoy timeless memories by displaying special moments on one timeline, reframing and resizing them to create digital photo books which can be viewed and shared on other devices.
Its 20.3-megapixel APS-C Sensor produces images which are bright and detailed even in low light conditions, while the DRIMe IV Image Signal Processer delivers the speed and accuracy which meets the demand of photographers today. Advanced Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) System facilitates accurate phase and contrast detection for crisp, vibrant shots, while the 1/6000 sec shutter speed and 8.6fps shooting lets you capture the action as it is happening.
Equipped with Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, users can choose from Android apps to help personalize their Galaxy NX, from editing images to adding special effects to staying in touch with friends and family. For added personalization, the Camera Studio allows users to easily customize settings with their most frequently used applications or camera modes, making sure their photos are captured exactly as desired every time.
The Samsung Galaxy NX is available from 17 August onwards at S$1,958. It also comes bundled with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 (valued at S$178).
You can find out more about the Galaxy NX in our hands-on article here.