Samsungu2019s latest compact system camera, the NX mini, aims to make selfies u2018effortlessu2019 with its 3in u2018flip up and touchu2019 display and new u2018Winku2019 mode.
The NX mini’s Wink feature is designed to enable the user to set up a shot and then wink at the camera to capture the photo.
‘Once a wink is detected, the NX mini takes a shot automatically after two seconds, without having to press any buttons,’ claims Samsung.
Measuring 110.4×61.9×22.5mm (excluding projections), the NX mini boasts a 20.5-million-pixel BSI CMOS imaging sensor and six-frames-per-second shooting.
Also on board is Wi-Fi and NFC technology for wireless image transfer and a feature allowing images to be directly uploaded to Dropbox and Flickr.
Three mini lenses have also been announced today: the NX-M 9mm f/3.5 ED; NX-M 9-27mm f/3.5-5.6 ED OIS; and NX-M 17mm f/1.8 IOS.
The NX mini is due to go on sale in the first week of April, priced £399.99 with a 9mm lens.