Earlier this year, Samsung took the wraps off their NX300 camera but it looks like they have recently given the device an upgrade, although it looks like the upgrade will be targeted at the South Korean market. The upgrade comes in the form of the NX300M and for the most part, the camera will retain the same hardware specifications as the NX300 albeit with some minor changes that we doubt would be worth the upgrade if you already own the camera, but for those who don’t, perhaps these minor tweaks could be worth spending money on.
For starters the NX300M will feature a 3.31” AMOLED display that is tiltable up to 180-degrees. This is compared to the NX300 where the display could only be tilted at 90-degrees and 45-degrees. That’s pretty much the only difference, but other specs suc has its 20.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor, Hybrid Auto Focus system, and DRIMe IV imaging engine should be still in place. Available in a variety of colors with an 18-55mm kit lens, the Samsung NX300M will set customers back 899,000 Won, with an offer valid until the 30th of November where a free premium brown bag and shoulder strap will be thrown in with every purchase.
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