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Samsung NX-300 Now Available, Starts From 48,900 INR

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Samsung launched the Mirrorless NX-300 in India earlier in march this year. The device wth 3-D capabilities is now available for sale on samsung e-store for 48,900 rupees.

The  NX300 features a new 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, new Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) system with both phase and contrast detection, expanded ISO range of 100-25,600, 1080p HD movie recording, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, tilting 3.3-inch AMOLED touch-screen, 8.6fps continuous shooting, 1/6000th shutter speed and 3D Panoramas.

The Samsung NX-300 looks very similar to its predecessor (NX210) at first glance, but boasts a number of significant improvements and new features. The NX-300’s sensor offers the same 20.3 megapixel count as the previous NX210, but now includes on-sensor phase detection AF sensors which promise to make the auto-focusing system even quicker and more reliable.

On the left of the body is the NFC logo. The NX-300 is one of the very first compact system cameras to feature NFC (Near Field Communication) technology, which allows you to connect the camera to a compatible internet enabled device or another NFC enabled camera by simply tapping them together.

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If we talk about the rear of the device it supports a 3.3″ AMOLED touch enabled display adds on to what Samsung has to offer to its consumers. As far as the basic camera is concerned which is NX-300 Single Lens pack- 18-55mm it is available and you also have an option to upgrade the lens by choosing the NX-300-Single Lens pack- 18-55mm + 50-200mm which is also available for 58,900 rupees. As this Camera supports 3D, if you plan to purchase a 3D lens that is NX-300 Single Lens pack- 18-55mm + 45mm 3D lens that will cost you 65,900 INR and is currently not available on the website. 

Would you replace your DSLR with this Mirrorless camera ? 

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Preetish Gumber
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Tumesh Kakkar
Tumesh Kakkar

yes, mirror less is better technology, but rather new... though mirror-less with full size sensor too costly(and only 1 manufacturer)... market is still new but it's competitive....