For the past eight months, I’ve been working with Samsung as an #Imagelogger, sharing photos that document snippets of my life through Instagram and Facebook. I could make this post all about why I prefer mirrorless cameras (lighter, smaller, but still great image quality), a love letter to my NX30 (it’s lightweight, ergonomic, and I can shoot all day with it comfortably), and how the technology inside these SMART cameras make them a hands down winner in my book (so easy to upload & share photos!) but if you’re a regular reader or follow me on my social channels, the images speak for themselves.
Last month Samsung hosted an incredible event in New York City’s Times Square, encouraging people to come and try their cameras in case they wanted to #DitchtheDSLR. It was so popular that today the event goes virtual so everyone can participate.
If you’re free at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT, you’re invited to join Samsung for #SamsungNXLive on Amazon that will feature video, product information, demos that highlight the NX system along with exclusive access to Samsung deals and tips from photography experts on how to use Samsung’s NX cameras to shoot fast and share faster. If you like what you see and want to take the leap to #DitchtheDSLR, you can earn $250 towards the purchase of a Samsung NX300 or NX30 camera when you trade-in your qualifying DSLR.
Interested in joining #SamsungNXLive? Here’s all the info you need to know about today’s event!
- DATE: TODAY– Monday, July 14 at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET
- WHERE: www.amazon.com/camera
- WHAT: A live 1-hour event featuring video, product information and demos from Samsung highlighting the Samsung NX system. Viewers will receive exclusive access to Samsung deals and tips from photography experts on how to use Samsung’s NX cameras to shoot fast and share faster.
- WHY: Earn $250 towards the purchase of a Samsung NX300 or NX30 camera when you trade-in your qualifying DSLR. For full details, visit the #SamsungNXLIVE event page on Amazon.com.
I am a Samsung #Imagelogger and receive cameras and lenses in exchange for my participation in the program. All opinions are my own and no compensation has been received.