For the past couple of days an alleged picture of the Samsung NX2000 camera has been floating around. It is said to be a mirrorless camera that runs on Tizen OS. Samsung recently released the NX1100 which too is a mirrorless camera and has a 3-inch LCD, 1080p HD video recording, Smart Auto 2.0 and a lot more. The NX2000 is reportedly an iteration belonging to this particular line of cameras from Samsung, and it seems much more plausible now since it has been sighted in FCC filings.
Documents submitted in the FCC filing indicate that the NX2000 has a touchscreen and hardware home key at the back, a 20.3 megapixel CMOS sensor and 802.11n Wi-Fi. Previously there have been rumors that this camera will actually have an Android based interface. Nothing has obviously been confirmed as of now, the release depends upon how long it takes the FCC to approve it. The latest offering from Samsung’s mirrorless camera line is the NX1100, which is being labeled as evolutionary rather than revolutionary. Perhaps the NX2000 will be able to shake things up a little?
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