Samsung comes up with EX2F digital camera

Samsung has enriched its digital camera line-up with the new EX2F camera. But the EX2F is not just another new digital camera – it comes with something rather unusual that will surely please photographers.

The really new stuff inside the camera is the world’s brightest compact F1.4 24mm wide-angle lens – said to be four times brighter than any F2.8 lens. The EX2F also comes with 1/1.7” 12-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor that is capable of improving picture quality in low light conditions.

Samsung EX2F digital camera

The new Samsung digital camera also offers full manual control, ISO sensitivity up to 12 800, RAW image support, dual image stabilization, full HD video capture, 3-inch swiveling VGA AMOLED display and finally Wi-Fi support.

The Samsung EX2F will be launched on the market in August. The camera will cost approximately 549 USD.


Source: Sammyhub.com

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