The NX Lens Provides Shallow Field Depth, with Superb Background Blur
The Samsung 45mm f/1.8 Lens is compatible with all NX system cameras. It has a maximum aperture of f/1.8 for effective low light shooting and shallow depth of field focus. Its focal length is equivalent to 69.3mm in the 35mm format and it can focus as close at 19.7" (0.5 m). It provides smooth autofocus action.
When this lens, with i-Function capability, is mounted to an NX camera, the camera will recognize the specifics of the lens and offer i-Scene modes ideal for this type lens, such as Sports and Portrait. It also allows you to quickly adjust manual settings by holding the i-Function button and turning the lens ring. This offers the advantage of quick manual adjustments without taking your eye off the image.
The NX Lens provides shallow field depth, with
superb background blur (called bokeh) for being a middle-telephoto prime lens,
the company says. With an equivalent 69.3mm, focal length the lens was
engineered for photographing portraits -- of food or people. A bright aperture
of f/1.8 is ideal for low-light photography, Samsung says, while the lens is
mated with a quiet, fast stepping autofocus motor. This prime weighs in at just
a little over 4 ounces minus the hood
- Fast f/1.8 Maximum Aperture
- The wide maximum aperture of f/1.8 on this 45mm lens allows for fast shutter speed settings in low light and therefore sharper images. It also provides shallow depth of field focusing.
- i-Function Lens
- With your NX camera in Lens Priority Mode, i-Function capability allows the camera to instantly recognize the type of lens you've attached. It will offer optimal scene modes with i-Scene, while i-Setting optimizes all the settings for the perfect shot. i-Function also allows you to quickly adjust shutter speed, aperture, ISO and more - all without taking your fingers off the lens, and your eyes off the shot - simply by pressing the i-Function button and turning the value ring to the desired settings.
- i-Scene Modes
- Night, Portrait, Beauty Shot, Children, Backlight, Sports
Sep 17, 2012