Samsung EX2F also has a big BSI CMOS sensor, a 24 wide angle
and a Wi-Fi connection enabling remote control via smart phone.
Right as rumored, last night Samsung released EX2F, an
upgrade of EX1 in the most hi-end series of the brand. Not only does the
product owns a tough magnesium case like professional DSLR series, it also
comes with a maximum aperture of f/1.4, which is the largest one in market’s
Samsung EX2F is equipped with 1/1.7 inch BSI CMOS sensor,
12.4 MP resolution, 24-mm wide angle, 3.3x optical zoom; the farthest aperture
is f/2.7. The camera supports ISO 80-3200 (extendable to 12,800), optical image
stabilization, RAW format and Full HD video recording (30fps).
3 inch swivel
display on the back
Top side with
pop-up flash light
The back screen has a joint on the left allowing it to
swivel. Its size is 3 inches plus AMOLED technology but no touch-sensitivity.
The F letter in the product’s name is to emphasize its Wi-Fi
connectivity. Like Samsung’s NX series in 2012, EX2F also has smart features
taking advantage of this connectivity. They includes Mobile Link (browse
picture via Android device or Wi-Fi supported TV), Remote Viewfinder (frame
images by using smartphone’s screen), Email and Auto Backup (automatically back
up data from memory card when the camera is in home Wi-Fi network).
Samsung EX2F will appear on the market in this August with
the RRP of $549.