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Mark Peters : October 31th 2012 - 15:25 CET

Samsung NX Lenses


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SamsungTwo new Samsung NX camera lenses announced : Samsung Electronics introduces two new lenses that join Samsung’s NX camera system. The new Samsung NX lenses offer the perfect balance of portability and smooth ease-of use, giving digital photographers an easy way to explore their photographic creativity, while keeping their equipment light. Both NX lenses include Samsung’s i-Function, an intuitive control system which allows photographers to easily adjust shutter speed, aperture and ISO settings. The Samsung NX lenses are compatible with the complete line-up of NX cameras, including the 2012 line of NX Smart cameras: the Samsung NX1000, NX210 and NX20.
Samsung NX lens 12-24mm

Samsung NX Lens 12-24mm F4-5.6 ED lens
Thanks to its ultra-wide angle, this great lens can capture dramatic landscapes and easily take impressive pictures in confined interior spaces. At 7.3oz, it also remains compact - perfect for those traveling around the globe. The image quality is heightened by one extra low dispersion glass lens and two aspherical glass lenses that produce incredible sharpness and low chromatic aberration.

Samsung NX lens 45mm

Samsung NX Lens 45mm F1.8 lens
The 4oz mid-telephoto prime lens delivers an impressive depth of field with background blur, creating stunning portrait images, complete with beautiful Bokeh. The bright F1.8 aperture lens allows for fast shooting and performs equally well in bright and low-light environments. With a fast and quiet Auto Focus, and a solid metal body and metal mount, this lightweight NX lens offers ultra-professional performance, design and feel.

Samsung NX lenses

Prices Samsung NX Lenses
Samsung’s new 12-24mm F4-5.6 ED ultra wide zoom lens carries a suggested retail price of $600 USD and the Samsung 45mm F1.8 mid-telephoto prime lens carries a suggested retail price of $300 USD. Prices may vary from country to country, please visit the Samsung website in your region for more details.




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