A couple of days ago, a leaked image showed off Samsung’s upcoming mirrorless camera, the Samsung NX1. Well the good news is that if you liked what you saw and wouldn’t mind finding out more, you will be pleased to learn that Samsung has officially taken the wraps off their latest mirrorless camera.
For those who are fans of DSLR-style bodies, then the Samsung NX1 might be of interest to you as it does sport such a design, as you can see in the image above. However it is smaller so not only do you get the looks, but you lose the bulk and potentially some of the weight as well.
The camera will feature a new 28MP backside-illuminated CMOS sensor and will be capable of reaching ISOs of 25,600, although it can be extended to 51,200 though we doubt that you would get a lot of usable photos at that range. The NX1 will also come with a 205-point autofocus system which should help its speed, and will also sport a 15fps continuous shooting mode.
The camera will also support 4K video recording and will have phase-detect AF that will hopefully result in smoother and steadier shots. There will be a 3-inch touchscreen display on the back of the camera that will use Samsung’s AMOLED display technology. Priced at $1,499 body-only, the Samsung NX1 is not cheap and should be available in October.
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