Samsung Unveils NX300 3D Capable Point and Shoot Ahead of CES 2013
04/01/2013 | Nicholas Griffin
As you might have noticed a lot of the news over these next few weeks is likely to include something about CES 2013, and today is no different as Samsung have just unveiled their latest NX300 point-and-shoot camera that they say is the “world’s first one-lens 3D system” and is capable of capturing stills and 1080p video in 3D quality.
The camera also comes alongside the announcement of the new NX f1.8 2D/3D lens which can be used to capture both 2D and 3D images at the flick of a switch.
The new NX300 will also include a 20.3 megapixel APS CMOS sensor, with an ISO range of 100-25600, there’s also a new Hybrid Auto Focus system, 1/6000 sec shutter speed and 8.6fps continous shooting mode.
Samsung are also including their in-house developed DRIMe IV imaging engine for better speed and image quality, this will also allow for better color reproduction, there’s also a new 3.31 inch AMOLED screen that can be tilted at any angle you need, with both touch elements and a 5 way manual key interface the NX300 is supposedly also easy to use.
Probably the biggest feature is its design however, with both black and white designs.
Samsung will be showing more about the NX300 at this years CES 2013, so for the full story make sure to keep up to speed with our dedicated CES 2013 event page.