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Samsung’s compact NX500 camera will let you record 4K Videos

Samsung’s compact NX500 camera will let you record 4K Videos

The Korean electronic giant has announced the replacement of its compact NX300 camera just before the CP+ 2015. Samsung’s new compact NX500 camera will let you record 4K videos and much more. In many ways, it is a compact version of the company’s top of the line mirrorless NX1 camera.

The camera is redesigned on the outside and many high end features have been added to it for enhanced performance. Like the NX1, the NX500 is equipped with 28 megapixels backside illumination (BSI). It is capable of continuously shooting 9 frames per second with its built-in image sensor. This means, with this camera you will be able to click photographs with similar agility as a professional photographer.

Like its predecessor, the NX500 has a flip-up LCD equipped with touch input capability. You can simply tap on the display to select functions from menu or for focusing on objects. You can easily connect the camera to smartphones or similar devices via its integrated Wi-Fi or Bluetooth.

Like the NX1, the NX500 will allow you to capture images in 4,096 x 2,160 (4K) resolution and record videos in 3,840 x 2,160 (UHD) resolution. Its ISO is same as that of the NX1 (100 – 25,600) as well.

In spite of having almost every feature embedded in the pricey ($1,500) NX1, the NX500 will be available for almost half the price of the NX1 ($799); this news should significantly excite potential buyers. Samsung’s new silver, black and brown colored compact is expected to hit the stores in March 2015; it will come with a wide angle 16-50 mm power zoom lens.

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