Be prepared to have the Samsung Galaxy NX knock your socks off! This fully connected camera offers great image quality with the flexibility of an ILC.» Read Article
Today Samsung announced pricing and availability for the Galaxy NX camera; the first fully connected mirrorless interchangeable lens camera. Check it out here.
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After a few weeks with the NX300 we are happy with the results of this well built camera. Check out our image gallery and let us know what you think.
The Samsung NX2000 is the newest smart camera to hit the shelves. Check out our images gallery and let us know what you think of the results.
Samsung announces the game changing Galaxy NX Camera and we bring you a hands-on preview of what makes this product so special.
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Samsung is announcing the brand new NX2000 - an ILC with a 20.3 MP sensor, Wi-Fi and a huge 3.7-inch LCD.
Samsung's newest addition to the NX lineup is the NX1100, a mirrorless interchangeable lens camera jam packed with 20.3 MP and super-fast shutter speeds.
Did our review of the Samsung Galaxy Camera make you want to run out and get one, but the price and data plan make you think twice? Read on, you are in luck!
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