Last week we reported that the Samsung NX20 camera was spotted at the FCC. The good news for those looking forward to Samsung’s mirrorless camera offerings is that the NX20 has officially been announced along with its other siblings, the NX210 and the NX1000. All three cameras are expected to feature the same 20.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor found on the NX200, an ISO range of 100-12,800, 8fps continuous shooting, i-Function 2.0 and will also allow for 1080p Full HD video recording.
The difference between the three cameras is that the NX20 sports an SVGA EVF along with a 3” Clear AMOLED swivel display along with a top shutter speed of 1/8000th second. The mid-ranged NX210 will instead offer a 3” VGA AMOLED display, while the NX1000 is Samsung’s entry-level offering a 20-50mm OIS II lens, while the other two will come with an 18-55mm OIS III lens. All three will also feature WiFi connectivity allowing them to hook onto existing wireless networks without the need for additional accessories.
The NX20 is expected to retail for £899 (~$1,443), the NX210 for £749 (~$1,202) while the NX1000 will go for £599 (~$961). So, any takers?