Samsung EX1

July 08 , 2010 by: Daniela Bowker Uncategorized

Samsung EX1

Samsung thought that they’d try something a little different when they launched their EX1 camera yesterday. They teamed up with photgrapher Jason Hawkes to produce a series of low-light aerial photographs of London’s skyline.

The EX1 is Samsung’s flagship compact camera, and their marketing peeps wanted to make the most of its 10 megapixels, its 24mm f/1.8 lens, and its maximum 3200 ISO. So Hawkes flew across London in a helicopter, taking a series of photos of its famous landmarks at dusk.

You can check out the pictures here, whilst the camera is available in the UK for £395 from Amazon.

About Daniela

This post was written by Daniela Bowker, who has written 1399 articles for Photocritic

Daniela has written three books on photography, contributed to several others, and acted as the editorial consultant on many more.

Her newest book, Social Photography, is currently available as a digital download as well as in bookshops in the UK and US.

You might also want to check out her exploration of other-worldly photographic creations, Surreal Photography: Creating the Impossible, and Photo School Fundamentals, for which she contributed the section on composition.


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