With the number of Galaxy handset shipments stalling since 2013, Samsung has been looking to raise prices on their high-end handsets to offset the plateau. The company has suffered dramatic losses of market share in China to cheaper rivals as a result. Now there are rumours Samsung is looking ‘beyond the galaxy’…
Samsung has joined forces with Fujifilm to develop sensor technology and says it will apply the new innovation to a large sensor.
Could the NX1 finally get a successor?
Samsung might resurrect their flagship mirrorless camera to encourage sales of the upcoming S9 smartphone and showcase their camera technology.
The way this rumour goes into such convincing technical depth is also intriguing to think about…
(Above, shot on the NX1 & full frame NX-L).
The Samsung NX1 is at this moment in time the best value for money 4K Super 35mm camera with the best ergonomics and autofocus.
I still end up using my NX1 more than my Sony A6500 and Fuji X-T20, which pale into insignificance vs what Samsung did nearly 3 years ago.
Now the NX-L speed booster has developed further since my last article and I’ve been shooting a lot more with it.
I recently decided to find out which of the current 1080/120fps capable cameras does it the best.