if there’s one product that’s not lacking in the market, it will be digital camera and that is a good news for consumers but not quite so for manufacturers. hence, an excellent spec-sheet and an alluring design is what’s going make a camera catches our eyes, which the new Samsung NX300 Smart Camera happens to have. the NX300 stands as the new flagship model that combines form and function, and is one example of how the Korean electronics giant has matured in the digital shooter arena. packed within its pro-style, retro-modern chassis is a 20.3-megapixel APS-CMOS sensor coupled with a hybrid autofocus system and an in-house developed DRIMe IV imaging engine that offers a wide ISO range (100 to 25,600) and full HD 1080p video recording in both 2- and 3D (when coupled with the optional 45mm 2D/3D lens). other noteworthy features include a tilt-able, 3.3″ AMOLED hybrid touchscreen display, 5-way manual key interface, HDMI out, SD card slot, support for RAW image and built-in WiFi for instant sharing of captured stills with a smartphone or tablet via the Samsung SMART CAMERA app (available for both Android and iOS devices). a remote viewfinder function is also possible with the use of the app. information regarding the pricing and availability remains unknown at this point but that should change when this shooter graces the 2013 International CES this week, along with a slew of other new exciting products. scroll down for a small gallery of the new Samsung NX300 Smart Camera.

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