Samsung has just wrapped off its NX300 mirrorless camera in NX-series of interchangeable lens shooters. Priced at $750, the 20.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor-equipped NX300 could easily get lost in Samsung’s plethora of NX models, but what you’re actually paying for here is its 3D photo and movie mode capability. As the name implies, it can shoot both 2D and 3D footage.
Do note that, new 3D / 2D 45mm lens will go on sale in March for a price of a hefty $600 — all of which come in your choice of white or black.
Samsung NX300 boasts a 3.31-inch (768 dot) AMOLED touch display — that can be oriented up to 45 degrees down and 90 degrees facing upward — and a hybrid contrast-/phase-detection autofocus system with 105 points of phase AF detection and 247 points of contrast detection. Along with 1080p full-HD video recording support, it features WiFi, app connectivity, alongside i-Function controls. The camera also allows users to autoshare images to a device via using v2.0 of both Android and iOS apps. Users can also activate a remote viewfinder with camera controls, pull/push images from the camera, and display a notification for firmware upgrades.
The camera is due in March. Who’s picking this Sammy’s retro-styled mirrorless shooter?