The flagship camera of the Samsung NX-mount is now official. Photokina 2014 has arrived so the weathersealed Samsung NX1 has been announced with a slew of amazing features, such as a 28.2-megapixel APS-C sensor, 4K video recording, and a new autofocus system with 205 Phase Detection AF points.
Nikon continues the legacy of the world’s first digital camera powered by the Android operating system with the introduction of the Nikon Coolpix S810c. The new compact camera takes the place of the Coolpix S800c with 16-megapixel BSI-CMOS sensor, 12x optical zoom, lens, a larger touchscreen on the back, and many other features.
Samsung is a keen admirer of the Consumer Electronics Show. As a result, the company is using the CES 2014 event to announce four new products for photography lovers. The first is the Samsung NX30, while the Galaxy Camera 2 and two 16-50mm lenses are following in the footsteps of the flagship NX-mount mirrorless shooter.
Samsung has introduced world’s first Android-powered mirrorless interchangeable lens camera earlier in 2013. The MILC has just had its price tag and release date revealed by the South Korean company. As a result, we know that the Samsung Galaxy NX price will stand at $1,599 when the camera becomes available in October.
Samsung has wrapped up its Galaxy and ATIV event, where the world’s first mirrorless interchangeable lens compact system camera with WiFi and LTE support has been announced. It is called Galaxy NX and it runs on Android. It features a 20.3-megapixel sensor, quad-core processor, and it supports all NX-mount lenses.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera has not been one of the most successful devices on the market, despite its promises.The company is not giving up and its CEO has confirmed that a new generation is coming on June 20. Now, the shooter has been leaked in several photos, demoing its ability to support NX mount lenses.
Samsung Galaxy Camera is one of the world’s first Android-powered shooters. The device is nearing the end of its lifetime, as Samsung’s CEO Shin Jong-Kyun has revealed that the next-generation mirrorless Android-powered camera will be officially announced on June 20, along with other Galaxy and ATIV devices.
More and more details about a so-called Galaxy Camera 2 are showing up online. As the rumor mill is sure that Samsung is working on a new Android-powered shooter, three images captured with the upcoming camera have appeared on the web, hinting that the device will feature a 20.2-megapixel image sensor.
Samsung’s NX2000 smart camera has been leaked once again. This time, the Android or Tizen-powered shooter is seeking the approval of the Federal Communications Commission, in order to be able to use its WiFi 802.11n chipset. The mirrorless camera will feature a 20.3-megapixel sensor and should be released in the coming weeks.
An image of an unannounced Samsung camera has been leaked online. The device appears to be powered by the Android operating system and an image sensor with a higher-megapixel count than that of the original Galaxy Camera. The leak is suggesting that the Samsung NX2000 release date is getting closer and closer.
Microsoft has a long history of going after Android smartphone manufacturers. Apparently, Android uses a technology related to an exFAT patent owned by Microsoft and a lot of companies pay royalties to the Windows maker. Well, Nikon has become the latest Android patent licensee, after signing an agreement with Microsoft.
The Consumer Electronics Show 2013 was the perfect occasion for Samsung to announce a new Smart Camera lineup. The company announced five new cameras to take its Smart Camera 2.0 series to new heights and, as of today, two WiFi-enabled digital cameras are available for sale: WB250F and DV150F.
Samsung has launched its upgraded version of Smart Camera concept, together with five new cameras that run the new technology. It states that the new camera concept is designed with smartphone users on mind, thus combining touch-type big screens and Wi-Fi functionality for faster upload and sharing.