Today, Samsung announced three new cameras of its popular NX mirrorless system, in essence replacing every camera in the lineup with a new one. The NX20, NX210 and NX1000 all feature company’s great 20.3 megapixel APS-C sensor with 100-12800 ISO range and are capable of up to 8 frames per second and Full HD movie recording, which sounds very good, although that is to be expected from international South Korean electronics giant. The flagship NX20 features Samsung’s renown 3.0″ Clear AMOLED screen, while the NX210 retains the AMOLED screen of its predecessor. The NX1000 features a more simple, yet still perfectly good VGA screen.
The likely most important feature, however, is the inbuilt Wi-Fi connectivity on all three cameras – it seems to be a very popular feature among camera manufacturers lately. Samsung promises easy connection to Facebook, email account or your smartphone.
You can pre-order the flagship NX20 with the kit 18-55mm lens through B&H here for $1,099.00
You can also get the mid-spec NX210 with the kit 18-55 lens here for $899.00, or the entry-level NX1000 here (black with kit 20-50mm lens) or here (white with kit 20-50 lens) for $699.00.