Looking to jump on the same retro wagon as Olympus and Fujifilm, Samsung are rumoured to be planning to launch the NX20 mirrorless compact camera system in February, packing high-class specs into a vintage chassis.
Said to have a 1.8 million pixel electronic viewfinder, swivelling AMOLED preview screen and full manual controls, the NX20 is though to be using the same sensor as seen in Samsung’s NX200 model, but with a significantly faster processor and buffer.
Two new lenses are also rumoured to be launching within the same February window, in 16-80mm and 12-24mm variations.
The news follows the announcement of a re-jigged retro variation of Samsung’s NX200, to be released in South Korea.
Via: Mirrorless Rumours