Ahead of Photokina’s Tuesday launch, Samsung took to the web to unveil its first camera to record 4K video, the NX1. Said to capture ultra high-definition footage at 30 or 24 frames per second and Cinema 4K at 24fps, the NX1 also shoots stills with a 28.2-megapixel backside-illuminated APS-C CMOS sensor. Its long list of features also include a burst-capture mode of up to 15fps at full resolution, an ISO that ranges from 100 to 51,200, Wi-Fi connectivity, a three-inch Super AMOLED articulated display, a 1,366 x 768 electronic viewfinder, and a dust- and water-resistant build. Pros will enjoy hearing the NX1 offers a new auto-focusing system with 205 Phase Detect points, which is said to cover 90 percent of the frame. The Samsung NX1 is slated to release next month at $1,499 USD for the body only.