Japanese tech giant Samsung is on a tech-roll. With a number of devices slated for CES 2013, the company has also announced a 3D-capable camera. The new Samsung NX300 is a retro-styled mirrorless interchangeable-lens model with built-in Wi-Fi, a quick autofocus system, a large touchscreen, fast continuous-shooting speeds, and 1080p video capture at a smooth 60fps. The new Samsung NX300 camera is equipped with a 20.3-megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, and has been designed to provide users with the ability to capture 3D images and footage. With the lens, you can switch to regular 2D capture at any time, so it can work with other NX cameras as well. While the NX300 doesn’t have an Android/OS, it does have built-in dual-band WiFi, and an accompanying Android and iOS app will allow users to connect their smartphone via WiFi.
The Samsung NX300 mirrorless camera is slated to cost $750 with a 20-50mm kits lens and a copy of Adobe Lightroom, while the 2D/3D lens will set you back $600.It will start shipping in March.