(Video above is scenery of Mongolia, shot using Samsung NX 12-24mm Lens) (From dpreview) – Samsung has announced US pricing for the 12-24mm F4-5.6 ED wide-angle zoom and 45mm F1.8 mid-telephoto prime for its NX system. The lenses – announced at Photokina – will cost around $600 for the wide-angle zoom and $300 for the 45mm F1.8. Oddly we’re told there are no samples of the 45mm F1.8 at the show where they’re being ‘unveiled’, so we can’t know if it’s any closer to the promised ‘ultra-professional look and feel’ than the inexpensive-feeling early examples we saw at Photokina. New [More]
Matt from PhotoNewsReviews talks about the Samsung NX series of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras. Just what is the difference between the 3 models? Favorite quote from this video… “OOooo, distracted by a pretty girl!” ツ Here are the 3 cameras discussed in the video: While all three of the Samsung NX series are great cameras, we recommend that you also compare them to cameras like the Panasonic Lumix or Olympus PEN cameras below. You can save a few bucks, they produce high IQ in both stills and HD video are micro 43 cameras, so there’s a TON of available lenses [More]
The new Samsung NX may very well change the we we share our photography with their powerful wifi features, so The Camera Store’s Chris Niccolls hit the streets of Calgary to test out the NX210. To check out the video ability, Jordan Drake filmed the test with the Samsung NX20. See how these cameras stack up to other mirrorless systems and how the brilliant wifi functionality works.