Samsung NX500 Compact 4K Camera to Arrive in Stores This March

February 9, 2015, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

After hitting not much of a fortune with its Galaxy range of cameras, Samsung is back in the business with a new compact camera.

Codenamed NX500, the new camera has been showcased under an affordable price range and will be embracing the markets this March.

With a 3-inch Super AMOLED touch-screen flip-up display, the NX 500 comes featuring a 16-50mm power zoom lens with a resolution of 28MP.


It will also pack a BSI-CMOS designed Advanced Photo System (APS) type-C image sensor with a shutter speed of 1/6000 sec and ISO range of 100~25600. It also offers 4K video recording at 24 fps and Full HD video recording at 30fps.

Samsung has boasted agile shooting powers and focus speeds, which they hope to be cherished by the customers along with the superior image quality.

Sangmoo Kim, senior vice president of IT & Mobile Communication at Samsung Electronics, has been quoted as saying that the device will be handy not just for photographers and are aiming to induce ‘a signature moment for each shot to everyone’.

It will also be the first to feature Samsung’s DRIMe V processor, which has helped them in improving certain features like color reduction, noise reduction and image quality from its predecessor NX 1.

Samsung has also made the design to be handy and portable for all, measuring 4.7″ x 2.5″ x 1.7. I it also offers a flip-up display for selfie shots.

The device has been announced for a pricing of $799, and will be arriving on the outlets during the second week of March. NX 500 will also be available in three casing shades of white, black and brown.

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