South Korean tech giant Samsung is all set to expand its NX cameras lineup with the latest NX3000. The new NX3000 is a mirrorless camera which has an APS-C image sensor and comes with a compact 16-50 mm f/3.5-5.6 power zoom lens. In addition to that, the company’s new camera features physical shooting controls instead of a touch-screen display.
People who love taking selfies will be happy to know that the display has the ability to flip to face forward, so users will be able to frame up a shot. The device also has a built-in Wi-Fi, due to which it will be very easy to transfer all images over to the phone. If there is a Wi-Fi network nearby, users can post images directly to the social media outlet of their choice. The device has support for Flickr, Picasa, Facebook, YouTube, Dropbox and SkyDive.
It has been reported that Dropbox is built into the camera which also enables it to be used as a baby monitor at your residence and a remote control through an iOS or Android device. The rear display of the camera is 3 inches in size and has a 460,000-dot resolution. Moreover, images and videos can be recorded to the micro SD memory and the smaller card slot leaves some room for a big 2,330 mAH battery.
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