Samsung has this week taken the wraps of a new point-and-shoot camera its created in the form of the Samsung EX2F, which is equipped with a F1.4 aperture.
The Samsung EX2F is also equipped with a 1/1.7-inch sensor, 12.4-megapixel CMOS and comes with a f/1.4-2.7 24-79mm 3.3x lens and ISO 12,800 extended feature.
Together with a fully manual shooting mode and a neat 3 inch VGA-resolution AMOLED display, which can be swivelled into alternate positions for viewing. As well as Wi-Fi support and RAW image capture option and 1080HD capture at 30fps. Mr. Myoung Sup Han, Senior Vice President and Head of the Digital Imaging Business, Samsung Electronics explains:
“We created the EX2F to show that taking great pictures doesn’t have to involve carrying a heavy and bulky DSLR wherever you go. Because the best shots often arise when you least expect them, the EX2F delivers manual control and stunningly bright image quality in a body that is small and light enough to carry around every day. It’s the perfect compact on-the-road companion for the DLSR user who expects the best image quality with full creative control.”
The Samsung EX2F will be arriving in stores in August 2012 for $549, with a range of accessories available including an optical viewfinder, external microphone and a secondary flash if required.
Source: EngadgetFiled Under: Camera News