Sunday, 23 March 2014

In Picture: Samsung Mirrorless NX Mini Lets You Take Selfie Just By a Wink

After The Oscar Selfie Become Hit And Trending Topic, Now Its Looks Like It has Open The Gateway Of New Selfie Pic all of Sudden we See That Tweet Heart even Celeb Also Joined This New Trend and Begins Uploading Their Selfie. Now Samsung Has Come Up with Samsung NX Mini To Cash This New Trend. The world’s slimmest and lightest interchangeable lens camera, the Samsung NX mini Smart Camera, is actually small enough to slip into a pocket, even with a lens attached. Seriously yes….

It measures just 110.4 x 61.9 x 22.5mm, meaning that it is shorter and narrower than a Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone (albeit more than twice as thick) and the reason for this tiny size is that Samsung sees its latest camera as a smartphone companion of sorts. A device that can sit in your left-hand jacket pocket, while your handset occupies the one on the right.

The NX mini has both style and substance, perfect for trendsetters looking for a fun way to capture their life in outstanding photo quality,” said Myoung Sup Han, Executive Vice President and Head of the Imaging Business Team at Samsung Electronics. “Samsung introduced the first flip up touch display camera in 2011 as a leader of the selfie trend, and has designed the device in response to evolving consumer demands. This approach is exemplified by the NX mini, with features such as a 3.0-inch Flip up Display and wide angle lens exclusively designed to address the global passion for selfies. Its lightweight design also means that it can slip in a pocket, for photography anywhere and everywhere.

There's a 20.5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, WiFi, NFC, a 1/16,000 max shutter speed, 25,600 top ISO, 6 fps burst mode, 1080/30p video, a battery that can capture up to 650 shots with a full charge and a 3-inch HVGA flip-up touchscreen. Making group selfies simpler still is something called ‘wink’ shot. Rather than set the camera’s remote timer, simply wink at the device and two seconds later the shutter will release. Sharing pictures is simple too thanks to built-in Wi-Fi and NFC.

However, the camera also has some limitations despite its potential promise. The initial lenses are not particularly fast and nor do they offer very wide angles or big zoom performance. And because the camera is so small, it requires an adaptor in order to accept Samsung’s existing range of NX lenses, which will make up for the NX Mini’s shortcomings but will add to its bulk, weight and cost.

Additionally, extensive storage options are integrated into the NX mini and images can be uploaded directly from the camera to the cloud for an easy storage solution. Users can upload their pictures directly from the NX mini to both Dropbox and Flickr, the popular photo sharing site. Dropbox provides 2GB of free storage to new users, accessible from just about any device and with Flickr users can upload up to a terabyte of images.  With all the storage and sharing technology built into the NX mini, it’s easier than ever to share and store beautiful images.

The NX Mini will be available in early April in a variety of configurations. It will retail for $449, paired with the new 9mm NX-M lens, or $549 when paired with the 9-27mm lens and SEF-7A flash. NX-M lenses will also be available separately.  The 9mm and 9-27mm NX-M lenses will retail for $179 and $279, respectively.  The 17mm NX-M lens will be available at a later date.

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