Samsung introduces NX500 compact system camera with 4K support




Samsung has released a new compact system camera. The NX500 boasts a 28-megapixel sensor and can shoot 4K video in h.265 format. The camera comes in March this year available in the UK.

The NX500 uses the same APS-C BSI-CMOS sensor as the NT1 and take other functionalities of that camera. Samsung, however, uses a compact housing, as with predecessor NX300. So the system does not have a camera EVF. The dimensions are 119,5×63,3×42,5mm and weight is 287 grams.

Samsung has equipped the camera with his DRIMeV image processor and the ISO range is 100-25600, with expansion to 51,200. The camera can shoot include video at a resolution of 4096×2160 pixels at 24fps, when using the h.265 codec. Who associate professor images output via HDMI is not possible and the camera has to do with USB 2.0 instead of the much faster USB 3.0. There is a burst mode of 9fps and the device has a hybrid autofocus.

The 3 “touch screen is an AMOLED panel and can be tilted. There is also support for WiFi n, Bluetooth and NFC. The battery capacity is 1130mAh. Samsung brings the camera in March on the market, but prices are still unknown.


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