Samsung has this week unveiled their new Samsung NX1 camera during Photokina 2014, designed for the professional market, the camera features a 28 megapixel back side illuminated CMOS sensor with new NX AF System III auto focus technology.

The latter of which will provide users with 205 Phase Detect AF points which cover 90 per cent of the frame.

Inside the NX1 also features an updated DRIMe V image processor that Samsung says has been enhanced to improve photos that are taken with a high ISO. They have also included Wide Phase Detection to allow the MX1 to track subjects almost anywhere within the frame.

Alongside that the Samsung MX1 includes a magnesium alloy chassis construction, with a LCD panel on the top allowing the user to view settings such as aperture, shutter speed, ISO, white balance, AF, drive and battery life.

The camera will launch alongside the Samsung 50-150mm f/2.8 S lens, which will be priced at $1,599.99.

For the body only on the NX1 you will have to put down $1,500, and for the NX1 bundle that includes a battery grip, additional battery, battery charger and a 16-50mm S Lens, users will need $2,000/

As of yet no information on worldwide availability has been announced.

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