Samsung has added a new digital camera to its lineup called the NX2000. The camera has an exceptional resolution of 20.3-megapixels and uses an APS-C CMOS sensor. One of the best features of the camera is its blazing quick shutter able to activate in 1/4000th of a second to catch fast action.
The camera is also capable of shooting bursts at up to eight frames-per-second. The display on the back of the camera is 3.7-inches at 800×400 resolution with full touch support. It can record full 1080p HD resolution video at 30fps, and has a built-in HDMI output. Samsung fits the camera with lens shift image stabilization for most lenses and it has an ISO range of up to 25,600. It also can capture images in RAW format for optimal image quality.
The camera also supports a series of 12 different interchangeable lenses, including a special lens for capturing still or video content in 3D. In addition, it offers Wi-Fi and NFC connectivity. The camera has a number of automated shooting settings including 14 different scene modes and a number of automated options take the best photos possible.
The NX2000 is available for pre-order in white, black, or pink, and lists for $649.99(USD), including a 20-50mm f/3.5-5.6 ED II lens and a hot-shoe mounted flash.