Samsung launches NX1 camera

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Samsung today launched their flagship NX1 camera. This well heeled CSC comes with the works, with a 28-MP APS-C BSI CMOS sensor taking centre stage. The huge sensor comes paired with the beefed up DR1Me V image processor that offers improved colour reproduction, noise reduction, a native ISO of 100-25,600 and the ability to capture 4K UHD video too in HEVC codec. Other droolworthy additions include blazing fast 15fps continuous autofocus shooting at full resolution, a 205-point phase detection autofocus system, built-in Wi-Fi, Bluetooth connectivity for pairing with smart devices and an LCD panel on the top plate for at-a-glance setting readouts. Shots and video are framed with the rear 3-inch FVGA Super Amoled touchscreen display or the built-in 2300K dot pixel EVF that has a nigh instantaneous 0.005 second

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response time for real time feedback. The NX1 ships with the 16-50mm F2-2.8 lens for RM8,699 or RM4699 for the body only.