Two weeks after releasing a firmware update for its trump card Samsung NX1, the company Samsung introduced another top-quality MILC camera that shares plenty of its internal properties with the said Samsung NX1.
The camera in question is a Samsung NX500, which boasts a brilliant 28MP APS-C BSI-CMOS sensor, a DRIMe Vs processor, which is considerably faster than its predecessor, a sophisticated hybrid NX AF system III with amazing 209 points, built-in Wi-Fi, and above all, this model offers its users superb 4K UHD video.
The mirrorless NX500 also is characterized by 9 fps continuous shooting, a flip-up 3" 1,036,000-dot touch screen Super AMOLED display, while its weight is only 287 grams. It does not feature a viewfinder.
The Samsung NX500 will come onto the market in March, and it will be packed with a Samsung 16-50mm f/3.5-5.6 Power Zoom ED OIS lens, at a price of $799.99. It will be available in black, white and brown.
The news was taken from SAMSUNG.