Samsung NX210 Leads Wi-Fi-equipped mirrorless cameras
Samsung is stepping in the game with a Wi-Fi refresh of its entire NX mirrorless camera line. The NX11, NX100, and NX200 have been replaced by the NX20, NX1000 and NX210, and the range now features 20-megapixel sensors across the board.
All three cameras are equipped with a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, 8fps continuous shooting at full resolution and full-HD video recording. There are a few other new features and cosmetic changes but the rangefinder-style NX210 and DSLR-shaped NX20 are remarkably different from their predecessors in design.
The NX20 will be available for $1,099.99 in early May, with the NX210 following for $899.99 in mid-May. Pricing and release information for the NX1000 will be coming at a later date.
“The NX20 is built for the enthusiastic amateur or for the professional photographer looking for a camera that offers them the quality and control of their DSLR, but in a lightweight and easily portable body. It has been designed with the serious photographer in mind, incorporating an ergonomic hand grip and DSLR-style aesthetic to convey a professional look and feel.”