Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Samsung NX300

Samsung NX300 review,

The Samsung NX300 is the top camera in the Samsung NX range, its popular and innovative Compact System Camera (CSC) series.The Samsung NX300 is still the most impressive NX camera to date.

Key Features: 20.3MP APS-C sensor; ISO 100 - 25600; Up to 8.6fps continuous shooting; Full HD video capture at 50, 25 and 24p; 3.3-inch, 768k-dot AMOLED touchscreen

The core of the Samsung NX300 sits a 20.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor that, despite bearing the same physical dimensions and resolution as its predecessor, now has an enhanced ISO range of 100-25,600. It also shoots Full HD video at 50, 25 or 24 frames per second in the common H.264 format

The sensor itself has been paired up with Samsung's DRIMe IV imaging sensor, which the Samsung claims has better image noise reduction and improved colour reproduction.

Not content with just Wi-Fi, the Samsung NX300 joins the emerging class of digital cameras with NFC technology. NFC (Near Field Communication) lets photographers share their photos with other NFC enabled devices (e.g. other cameras or phones) simply by touch, and is sure to prove popular as it becomes more widely adopted

One excellent feature carried in to the Samsung NX300 from other models in the series is the i-Function button, present on the supplied 18-55mm OIS kit lens. i-Function lets you cycle through common settings .

  1. Settings adjust on lens ring
  2. Responsive & hinged touchscreen
  3. New faster auto focus system
  4. Very good image quality
  1. Lacking built-in flash
  2. Poor buffer performance



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