This photograph shows renowned British photographer David Bailey standing with 142 men who share his name. You might be wondering how such a strange photo concept came together. If you remember, last month we reported that Samsung had launched a unique marketing campaign that asked any UK resident named David Bailey to step forward.
A full month late — and right on the heels of Canon’s EOS M announcement — Samsung officially began shipping its entry-level NX1000 mirrorless camera yesterday. The camera, which was supposed to ship sometime in June, comes sporting a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, 3-inch LCD, full 1080p video capability, 8fps continuous shooting, a $700 price tag, and the title of “first compact system camera (CSC) with built-in Wi-Fi” — a title it shares with its more expensive NX brethren.
You can find more details about the camera in the official press release, or get your own in black, pink or white today from B&H Photo and other online retailers. In fact, for a limited time (ending today according to B&H) the NX1000 is actually available for only $650.