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Mark Peters : October 22th 2014 - 11:50 CET

Samsung NX1 camera records 4K video

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SamsungSamsung NX1 compact system camera : Samsung Electronics has developed an exclusive and revolutionary 28 megapixel APS-C CMOS image sensor that uses a BSI (back-illuminated sensor) structure, the first time BSI has ever been used on both a micro 4/3 array and an APS-C. The advantage of BSI is that it gathers more light than conventional CMOS image sensors and fits more pixels, allowing the 28 megapixel sensor to record more details without increasing noise beyond the level of a conventional 20 megapixel sensor. And with 28 megapixel pictures, you can crop freely and print up to A2 size (300dpi) with no lost in image quality. In addition, the Samsung NX1 camera supports the latest Wi-Fi standard, IEEE 802.11ac, boasting speeds faster than 802.11n.
Samsung NX1 digital camera

Samsung NX1 digital camera
Shooting in low light pictures with a high ISO is no challenge at all for the Samsung NX1, thanks to a truly innovative technology called 'Adaptive Noise Reduction' driven by the powerful DRIMe V image processor. Even set at a high ISO of 25600, the Samsung NX1 camera is capable of producing crystal clear pictures virtually free of noise, giving you the confidence to push the limits and capture incredibly crisp photo in low light environments. With a powerful shutter capable of shooting at up to 1/8000 seconds, the NX1 can freeze and capture some of the fastest moving subjects with exquisite clarity. And the shutter has been rigorously tested to withstand 150,000 shots, even when performing at its top rate of 15 fps.

Ultra High Definition 4K video

Ultra High Definition 4K Video recording
Powered by Samsung’s DRIMe V image processor, the Samsung NX1 digital camera lets you record in true 4K video. You get 4 times the resolution and 4 times the details of Full HD for every 4k movie you shoot. It even supports the highly efficient HEVC (H.265) video format which lets you capture extreme details while only using half the memory space typically consumed by the conventional H.264 codec. And with the Samsung Multimedia Converter PC software that comes with purchase, HEVC encoded video files can be easily converted into ProRes 422 format so you can edit freely. And with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and NFC capabilities all together, you get the full range of fast connectivity needed for easy sharing to your devices such as your smartphone or tablet.

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