GALAXY OF CAMERAS
Samsung didn’t miss the chance to showcase its cameras, the GALAXY Camera 2 and the Samsung NX30. As its name would suggest, the GALAXY Camera 2 is the second generation GALAXY Camera to join Samsung’s GALAXY range of products.
In essence, the GALAXY Camera 2 actually carries significant upgrades, such as a new 1.6GHz Quad-core processor and 2GB RAM. It has a built-in 8GB internal memory card, with a microSD slot that expands the capacity to an additional 64GB. Not only that, the internal memory is supplemented with the pre-loaded Dropbox app, which offers an exclusive 50GB of free cloud storage for up to two years.
The NX30 is meant to be Samsung’s take on a professional camera. It’s set to replace the NX20 and it comes with a range of interchangeable lenses. What makes it stand out is that the NX30 is equipped with a unique Tiltable Electronic Viewfinder (EVF), which actually allows the user to switch between taking photos in less-than-conventional methods and angles.
Both the Samsung GALAXY Camera 2 and NX30 share similar functions and they are Tag & Go and Photo Beam. The Tag & Go function is effectively an NFC function that allows you to transfer your photo to your NFC-certified smart device by tapping the devices together.
From what we were told, Photo Beam actually works in tandem with NFC, but instead of transferring a single photo, the feature actually allows you to transfer multiple photos at one go.
The GALAXY Camera 2.
Samsung’s getting serious with the NX30.