Samsung Reveals 3D-Capable NX300 Mirrorless Shooter Ahead Of CES 2013, Comes With World’s First Single Lens 3D System 0

It’s still five days early before the official CES 2013 event officially raises its curtains in Las Vegas, Nevada. But Samsung has already unveiled its new flagship mirrorless camera dubbed as the NX300, a compact system camera capable of shooting in 3D and the successor to the NX210.


And that’s not all, the NX300 is also going to bring the new Samsung 45mm f1.8 2D/3D lens in its entourage, which according to the South Korean company is the first one-lens 3D system in the world.


While the NX300 does not have an Android flavor in its system like its older cousin the Samsung Galaxy camera, the mirrorless unit features a 20.3 MP APS-C sensor with an ISO range of 100 to 25600.

Here’s the specs of the NX300:

  • 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor
  • Max shutter speed of 1/6000th of a second
  • 8.6 fps for JPG bursts
  • ISO range of 100-25600
  • 3.31-inch AMOLED touch display
  • Dedicated mode dial on top with full-size hot shoe mount
  • New Hybrid AF system
  • Dual band WiFi
  • 3D capable DRIMe IV processor
  • Charges via micro-USB

The Samsung NX300 and 45mm f1.8 lens are all expected to begin shipping this coming March. The camera is going to cost around $750, complete with a 20-50mm kit lens and a copy of Adobe Lightroom. However, you need to shell out at least $600 for the Samsung 2D/3D lens.

[Engadget, PetaPixel]