The NX1000 Mirrorless Wi-Fi Digital Camera with 20-50mm Lens and The compact 20mm NX Pancake Lens (White) from Samsung is a more compact, and more affordable alternative to a cumbersome DSLR camera, yet it still offers a lot of quality features you would expect to find in cameras three times its size. Along with the sleek, slim design of the NX1000, you get the creative opportunities that interchangeable lenses afford, plus mega-fine-detailed imagery: with a large (23.5 x 15.7mm), high-resolution APS-C image sensor, the NX1000 captures photos at a vast 20.3 Megapixels. This model comes with a versatile 20-50mm zoom lens, the compact 20mm NX Pancake Lens and a flash that attaches to the camera's hot shoe. The lens features Samsung's i-Function technology, which puts a button on the lens that unlocks the manual adjustment of several settings. Choose among shutter speed, aperture, exposure value, white balance, and ISO, and then turn the ring on the lens to adjust your selected parameter. The slim-bodied NX1000 camera has a mount that accepts any of Samsung's NX-mount lenses, a growing family that already offers a wide range of choices. The NX1000's video system is capable of recording full HD 1920 x 1080 video at 30p. Set at 1280 x 720 resolution, the NX1000 can even capture true slow-motion video. Having Wi-Fi connectivity in your camera lets you save photos and videos directly to a computer or cloud service while you shoot, email them, print them wirelessly, or upload them straight to Facebook, Twitter or YouTube. You'll never have to worry about losing a great shot, running out of storage space, or remembering to bring the right cable along.
Megapixels: 10 MP
Optical Zoom: 3 x
Media Type: XD-Picture Card
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