Samsung have today introduced three new models to their NX camera range, the NX20, NX210 and NX1000 models.
Each features Samsung’s “Wi-Fi Smart” tech, meaning they can share photos via Facebook or email without connecting them up to a computer first, as easily as you would on a smartphone. Images can also be wirelessly displayed on a Samsung TV using TV Link, or on a Samsung mobile or tablet using Mobile Link. All offer Instagram-like filters too.
All three cameras use a 20.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor, with a wide range ISO (100-12800) that should allow for detailed snaps even in low light conditions.
The top-end model, the NX20 also boasts a boasts a shutter speed of 1/8000 sec, 1080p Full HD Stereo Movie Recording (H.264) and both an SVGA EVF and a 3.0″ Clear AMOLED swivel display.
Moving slightly down the specs list, the NX210 offers a 3.0″ VGA AMOLED display for viewing images, but still captures full HD movies.
Lastly, the NX1000 (available in available in white, black and pink) rounds things off with a TFT-LCD VGA( 640X480 ) 921k dots screen.
The Samsung NX20 will set you back £899 and come with the new 18-55mm OIS III lens. The NX210 will be a bit cheaper at £749 with the same lens. The NX1000 will cost just £599 with a 20-50mm OIS II lens.