Hey “style-conscious” men and women in your 20s and 30s, Samsung’s got a new camera just for you. The electronics giant is touting its NX mini as the world’s thinnest and lightest interchangeable-lens camera, and while it technically falls at the low end of the company’s NX line, this new cam comes along with a 1-inch (smaller) sensor and a scaled-down lens mount, which means new lenses, though you can use larger NX glass with a $150 adapter. Without a lens, the camera weighs 158 grams (5.6 ounces), making it lighter than “some bananas” (the fruit), as Samsung demonstrated with a PowerPoint slide during a presentation earlier today.
There’s a 20.5-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, WiFi, NFC, a 1/16,000 max shutter speed, 25,600 top ISO, 6 fps burst mode, 1080/30p video, a battery that can capture up to 650 shots with a full charge and a 3-inch HVGA flip-up touchscreen.
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