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Samsung Galaxy NX Camera Review Video

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Samsung Galaxy NX Camera Review Video


The Samsung Galaxy NX is the first interchangeable lens camera to run on the Android operating system. It follows on from the Samsung Galaxy Camera released last year, and offers Wi-fi functionality alongside 3G data connectivity and full Andoird integration akin to either a Smartphone or Tablet.

Before we get too carried away by the Samsung Galaxy NX's connectivity, we should focus our attention on its camera features to find out how it compares to other NX-series models.
Rather than developing or using a new sensor, Samsung has used the tried and tested 20.3MP CMOS APS-C sized chip that's seen use before within the NX1000, NX20 and more recent NX300. Physically larger in size (23.5x15.7mm) than the sensors found within Panasonic, Olympus and Nikon CSCs, the Galaxy NX's sensor delivers a extensive ISO range of 100-25,600 that doesn't have to be expanded to reach its maximum sensitivity like some of its rivals.

To offer a fast and spritely performance, Samsung has partnered the sensor with its DRIMe IV image signal processor, which allows the camera to shoot at a maximum shutter speed of 1/6000sec. Though this isn't quite as fast as the 1/8000sec shutter speed as offered on the Samsung NX20 and most DSLRs, it's the same as the NX300 from which the Galaxy NX adopts many of its internal features from.
Just like its smaller CSC cousin, it's also capable of shooting a continuous burst at 8.6fps - putting it ahead of DSLR rivals such as the Canon 700D and Nikon D5200, which shoot at a more conservative 5fps.

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