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Ilse Jurriën : December 5th 2011 - 13:30 CET

Samsung NX200 videos


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SamsungSamsung NX200 videos : The 20,3 megapixel Samsung NX200 system camera is, in contrast to its predecessor the NX100, equipped with a Full HD 1080p video function. The Samsung NX200 system camera can shoot high resolution videos with a frame rate of 30 frames per second. There is a separate video-recording button placed on the back of the Samsung NX200, so that you can start shooting video immediately. The Samsung NX200 video function supports auto focus and if desired, can also record stereo sound. The optical stabilization is also available for the video mode. The video can also be paused while shooting, and diverse video filters can be applied.
Samsung NX200 videos

Samsung NX200 videos
Another interesting Samsung NX200 video function is the possibility of fading in and out. The video then starts with a black screen, and after that the actual recording gradually appears. You can choose whether you want to use only fade-in, or fade-out, or both. Additionally, the Samsung NX200 even has a Multi Motion function, which allows you to shoot a video so that you can play back in high speed (up to 20x) or slow motion (up to 4x).

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Samsung NX200 video lens
The new Samsung 18-200mm i-Function lens is ideal for shooting Full HD videos. This ensures fluid and dynamic video images with wide angle and zoom possibilities. A few examples of video recordings are found below, shot with the Samsung NX200 system camera in combination with the standard 18-55mm kit lens.

Samsung NX200 videos



Samsung NX200 video with 5x fast forward



Samsung NX200 video in black & white with 5x fast forward



Samsung NX200 video with fade-in / fade-out



Samsung NX200 video with fade-in / fade-out



Samsung NX200 video in old-film mode




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