From stunning city architecture to the majestic wonders of nature, the Samsung 12-24mm ultra-wide zoom lens lets you capture the whole scene in one perfect shot. Now you can snap a picture of everyone at a wedding without needing them all to huddle close together. This versatile lens is as suitable for dramatic close-ups as it is for panoramic landscapes. And, with a length of just 63.5mm, it’s ultra-compact, so it can go with you on all your travels.
Capture the width of your imagination
Whether you’re relaxing with friends on the deck of a yacht or standing before a cathedral’s towering facade, capture images that will still resonate years later. Even if there’s no room for stepping back, the ultra-wide angle lens ensures every person-and every spire-is in the frame. By giving you maximum control over your perspective, the lens helps make landscapes, interiors and even self-portraits more dramatic and expressive.
Portable yet powerful
More compact than other wide-angle lenses for superior portability, the 12 - 24mm zoom lens helps you take professional-quality pictures wherever you travel. Adding to the convenience is the i-Function feature, which gives you one-touch access to your camera’s manual settings. Quickly and intuitively adjust settings such as shutter speed and aperture while previewing the changes in real time for the perfect shot every time.
Low chromatic aberration for high-quality images
The 12 - 24mm lens features extra-low dispersion glass, which reduces the chromatic aberration that occurs when different wavelengths of light pass through the lens at different points. That means you’ll see none of the colour “fringing” around the edges that can discolour wide-angle shots. Using this special lens, the Samsung NX is able to combat the effects of chromatic aberration to produce a high-quality image in all directions.
Precisely designed to capture your vision
Spherical lenses create image distortion by causing light rays passing through the centre and edge to have different focal points. Samsung’s advanced optical processing techniques correct this spherical aberration by expertly manipulating the curvature of the lens to add aspherical elements. Aspheric lenses are quite complex and require a high degree of precision to produce, but the end result-sharper images-is worth the effort.