For years photographers have been misled to believe that they need big, often awkward DSLRs to take great pictures. Smaller mirrorless cameras, like the Samsung NX30, can outperform DSLRs and they feature the connectivity that on-the-go photographers have come to expect. To dispel the myth that only DSLRs can capture amazing images, Samsung invites consumers to join its Digital Imaging team on Ditch Day in Times Square to ditch their DSLR and receive a NEW NX30 while supplies last. While there, participants are welcome try Samsung’s entire NX camera lineup, including the new NX Mini and see what’s possible.
With the compact design and the versatility of a DSLR, mirrorless cameras are perfect for pro shooters, as well as photo enthusiasts of all levels of experience. Samsung looks to get consumers familiar with the fastest growing sector in Digital Imaging
Samsung invites consumers to a unique and interactive Times Square experience to showcase what mirrorless cameras have to offer. Samsung will be hosting the first ever #DitchtheDSLRDitchDay, where they will showcase the newest, slimmest and the most connected SMART cameras currently on the market. There will be a number of exciting activities, consumers can test the speed of the mirrorless cameras by capturing images of slot cars racing down a speedway, taking a high quality NX Mini selfie, create an impressive panoramic of Times Square, as well as demo any of the NX cameras at their leisure.
The first consumers that #DitchtheDSLR (via trade in) will receive a NEW Samsung NX30 SMART Camera ($999 value). Attendees will also have the chance to receive a $50 rebate towards the purchase of a Samsung NX camera like the new NX Mini, when they pledge to #DitchtheDSLR. Samsung #Imagelogger members will be on-hand to offer helpful tips, and share their experiences using mirrorless cameras. They will also be conducting photo walks for press, to showcase how the NX line has improved their workflow.
You can find all this happening:
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
12pm – 6pm (ET) – Open to the public and press
Times Square between 42nd and 43rd Streets across from Nasdaq Marquee