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Samsung unveiled the NX300 MILC and the 45mm f/1.8 3D lens today, and Chris Gampat at The Phoblographer was already able to play around with it. The main caracteristics:

  • 20.3MP sensor
  • ability to shoot 3D and 2D stills
  • video (1920×1080, 1920×810, 1280×720 , 640×480, 320×240), HDMI 1.4a output
  • DRIMe 4 engine
  • contrast and phase detect focusing
  • WiFi connectivity
  • AMOLED touch screen

Chris' first impression:

The NX300 felt awesome in my hands, though it was a bit bigger than I’d like. The lovely screen is very much a show stealer: and the company seems to be positioning itself for an even more aggressive push in the camera market. In the years passed, Samsung wasn’t always such a big hit. But maybe now they will be. This little camera surely deserves it from what I’ve seen so far.

[via The Phoblographer]

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