Samsung Malaysia Electronics has launched the NX mini, the South Korean giant’s slimmest and lightest interchangeable lens camera to date.
Weighing 158g and sporting a 22.5mm design, the NX mini can easily slip into almost any pocket or bag, enabling selfie lovers to “effortlessly indulge in the global trend of self-shooting” on the go.
“The NX mini has both style and substance, perfect for trendsetters looking for a fun way to capture their life in outstanding photo quality,” said Lee Dong Yong, President of Samsung Malaysia Electronics.
The NX Mini doesn’t have an electronic viewfinder. Instead it features a flip-up 3-inch touchscreen that can rotate 180 degrees.
With an ultraslim 9mm wide angle lens, the NX mini can capture group shots from an arm’s length.
And since maintaining a flattering pose while attempting to press the shutter release button yourself can be tricky, you’ll be happy to know that the camera comes with a Wink shot feature – just wink at the camera, and it will do the rest.
The NX Mini may be dimunitive, but it boasts a 20-megapixel, 1-inch-type CMOS imager – a far bigger sensor than those commonly used in rival gadgets.
Its 1/16000 sec shutter speed freezes fast moving scenes, and its continuous-shooting mode maxes out at 6fps.
It also features WiFi and NFC integration, making sharing images a breeze.
The NX Mini is available in white, salmon pink, mint green, brown and black and retails at RM1,399.
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