Samsung announces the new NX30 mirrorless camera
More powerful but little changed. Samsung has announced the NX30 camera with interchangeable lenses, which provides high quality images with a “faster than ever” performance. In addition, the South Korean company has expanded its line of NX lenses with the introduction of its first ‘premium’ S series lens.
The new camera has a 20.3 megapixel sensor, similar to that offered by one of the previous models, the NX, which went on sale in late 2012. The NX30 is renovating its previous model NX20 mirrorless compact camera that has a body of SLR but has a current mirrorless system. With a weight of 375 grams, it incorporates a system of autofocus Samsung NX AF System II that provides a burst of 9 shots per second.
It is also capable of recording Full HD quality video at 60p using manual controls, and allows the possibility to connect external microphone and get uncompressed content through its HDMI port.
The electronic viewfinder articulated with resolution of 2.3 million points, accompanies a AMOLED screen also articulated whose size is 3 inches, with resolution of 1 million points and touch technology. The Samsung NX30 will be presented at CES in Las Vegas and now its price and availability is not known.