18 June 2013 | 0
Samsung Galaxy NX
Samsung’s Galaxy NX is the world’s first 4G interchangeable lens connected compact system camera.
Featuring 3G/4G LTE technology and powered by Android, the 20.3MP APS-C uses a DRIMe IV Image Signal Processer and Advanced Hybrid Auto Focus (AF) System, 1/6000 sec shutter speed, and 8.6fps shooting means you can capture dynamic action shots while maintaining colour and contrast.
True 3D Creator also brings an added element of realism to pictures, allowing the user to shoot stills and movies in 3D through a dedicated 45mm 2D/3D lens.
The bundled Camera Studio software allows you to easily customise settings with frequently used applications or camera modes.
Sony SW 2
It looks like after the smartphone the smart watch is going to be the next battleground in consumer electronics, and Sony is already on a warfooting with the SW2.
The SW2 is a second screen for your Android smartphone that, as well as enhancing existing phone functionality, serves as a multi-functional watch, notifier, Android app interface and phone remote control.
Sony claims the SW2 has the longest battery life for a smartwatch to date, is water-resistant and can work as a regular watch when not paired to a smartphone. Battery life is about 4 days with standard use and it charges via microUSB.
Its 1.6″ screen has 220×176 pixel resolution and the while unit(made from aluminium and stainless steel) weighs 125g.
Extended compatibility (works with most Android phones)
Price: tbc (Available from September 2013)
Canon EOS 7D
Canon’s latest EOS prosumer camera boats a S-C CMOS sensor and DIGIC 5+ processor, 19-point cross-type AF System and 7fps shooting with an ISO of 12800.
Other features include a variangle viewfinder with touch control, instant charing over Wi-Fi and full HD shooting.
As with all EOS cameras, it comes with a selection of lenses or a body-only option.
Price: €1,399.99 (body only); €1,599.99 with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens; €1,849.99 with EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM lens