Packing in a 20.3 MP APS-C CMOS sensor and an IOS range of 100-25600, the camera shoots in RAW and JPEG formats, can capture 1080p video at 30fps and has optional 3D capture support through a sold-separately lens.
An 800×400 resolution touchscreen measuring 3.7-inches sits on the rear, reminiscent of the Samsung Galaxy Camera, while Wi-Fi sharing is also supported.
“Combining consumer demand for quality photography with the increasing desire for instantaneous sharing has become a focus for our NX range,” said Sun Hong Lim, Senior Vice President and Head of Sales & Marketing, Digital Imaging Business, Samsung Electronics.
“The NX2000 builds on this theme to offer a stylish model which caters to the needs of today’s aspiring photographers who love to share their lives on social networking sites. Ideal for the everyday photographer who wants to capture their world, the NX2000 allows users to express themselves and share their beloved stories with ease with the people who matter.”
No UK pricing revealed yet, but pink, white, black and silver models will hit US stores soon priced $649, each with a copy of Adobe Lightroom 4 thrown in.
By Gerald Lynch | May 1st, 2013