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Samsung_NX30_01-1.jpgSamsung Galaxy Camera 2
Samsung's freshly revealed Galaxy Camera 2 will be strutting its stuff on the CES show floor.

Sporting Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, a 16MP sensor and 21x optical zoom along with beefier image processing and classy new faux-leather duds, it hopes to leave its predecessor in the dust.

Samsung NX30 Camera
The successor to the NX20 smart compact system camera packs a 20.3MP sensor, smartphone integration and, more excitingly, the ability to upload its snaps direct to Dropbox after shooting.

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Nikon teases the DS4 and shows off the D3300
Nikon has dangled the monstrous DS4 in front of photography enthusiasts at CES, although a wallet-smashing price tag and release date has yet to be released.

A DSLR we know more about is the new Nikon D3300, a more consumer-focussed entry-level model that's out on 6 February for £500 (or £600 with a compact new 18-55mm VRII kit lens). The D3300 boasts a 24.2MP sensor, 5fps continuous shooting, full HD movie capture and a weight of just 410g (without lenses).

Sony NEX rises as the Alpha 5000
Sony's new snapper carries NEX DNA and serves up a reversible screen, 4K image support and a 20.4MP sensor for €500.

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