Samsung is getting active and serious launching new digital cameras, and now Samsung has launched the NX30 compact system camera as a predecessor to the NX20. Samsung NX30 has a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, just like the previous-generation, Samsung , but the new model does throw hybrid autofocus in the mix. This 20.3 megapixel APS-C sensor is allowing users to capture professional level quality images.With a smaller size and because of the mirrorless design, so its means that the NX30 is offers DSLR features and quality with a more portable design.
Samsung NX30 is equipped with a new 3-inch Super AMOLED tilt-and-swivel touch display with 1.04 million dot resolution (288 ppi). The NX30 also ups the internal electronic viewfinder to a higher resolution. And the viewfinder’s eyepiece now extends and tilts so you can use it at different angles. Samsung also designed the lens with Silent Auto Focusing, a feature that allows for a quiet zoom. This camera also equipped with Optical Image Stabilization (OIS), which is designed to help reduce blur when taking photographs.
Samsung claims NX30 is able to capture the scene at high speed such as horse racing, formula 1 racing car or when the goalkeeper catches the ball at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil, because the Samsung NX30 has a top shutter speed of 1/8000 of a second. With this fast shutter and quick autofocus system, you can perfectly capture movement far removed from what the naked eye can see, without even a hint of motion blur.
Enjoy NFC and Wi-Fi connectivity
|The Samsung NX30 has the ability to capture fast movement. Image: samsung.com|
If you need a lens to be able to create photographs with perspective and be more creative, then you are very lucky because Announced Samsung has two lenses and a flash. The first lens launches its premium lens "S" line with a 16-50mm f2-2.8 OIS, splash-and-dustproof, i-Function models, a typical higher-end kit-lens alternative. The second lens is a retracting power zoom 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 model.
The Samsung NX30 is equipped with NFC features and of course the built-in Wi-Fi connectivity to email and share your photos directly, it's best employed to pair the camera with your smartphone. Samsung has shipped apps for iOS and Android, with which you can not only control the camera but also download your shots.
You also can share content via NFC. Images can be tagged directly from the device's display and shared instantly via email, social networking, cloud storage, or NFC compatible tablet and smartphones. Samsung NX30 also has Photo Beam feature, users can simply tap the camera against up to four NFC enabled devices to share photos without any prior configuration necessary. In connection with NFC features, users can use the Remote Viewfinder, the which lets users turn their smartphone or tablet into a viewfinder to frame shots and control the camera remotely.
Samsung NX30 priced at around £ 899 with an 18-55mm lens, is more expensive than the Panasonic GF6 which sell for around £ 650, but Samsung NX gives you the brilliant bundle Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5. Photoshop software of this will make you more creative and can present the photos as edited by a professional photographer. Of course you are free to choose this or Panasonic camera GF6, or other equivalent cameras Sony NEX 7. Meanwhile you can also choose a DSLR camera from Canon, Nikon or Pentax.