Two brand new cameras are coming out of Samsung even as the CES 2014 event is coming closer, the NX30 and the Galaxy Camera 2. Their innovative feature is the “Tag & Go” which allows users to simply tap their phones to any of the cameras for easy transfer of photos or images. The Remote Viewfinder app provides more control options resulting from its upgrade. The Galaxy Camera 2 is an Android-based camera with a 4.8-inch screen, a zoom lens at 21x and a 16-megapixel sensor.
The improved battery power now stands at 2000 mAh and the quad-core processor is newer at 1.6Ghz. The Android 4.3 running inside and the RAM at 2Gb provide the needed support to auto-controls and slow-motion video (120fps) processing.
On the other hand, the NX30 is a mirrorless cam with a 20.3-megapixel sensor. It also has a tilting or swivelling AMOLED touchscreen and a microphone input at 3.5mm is provided. It gives a video quality at 1080/60p and supports NFC and Wi-Fi wireless connectivity.
No other details were provided by the company but hands-on galleries were featured online for a bird’s eye view of any one of the products. No info on price for now although this may come during the upcoming CES event starting January 7 at Las Vegas.