SD cards and Samsung NX200 the right combination? 1 September 2011 15:25:53
Photography lovers could soon be inserting their SD cards a camera boasting a 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor.
That is because Samsung has unveiled the NX200, which according to electronics firm offers users a blend of style and high-quality images similar to those achieved with a DSLR.
Myoung Sup Han, the firm's head of digital imaging and senior vice-president, suggested the device will allow "any user to get the results that they've always wanted from their pictures without complicated controls or the need to carry heavy, clunky equipment".
Those who like to experiment will also be able to do so, as it is possible to add a sound clip to a photograph.
Another option people might like to take a peek at is the DMC-FX90 from Panasonic, which has a 3D photo mode and Wi-Fi connectivity, which could make sharing images with friend via the internet easier than ever for users.
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