Samsung keeps pumping new photo cameras in the point’n-shoot form factors. Its NX series (mirror-less photo cameras with a large APS-C digital imaging sensor) just receive three new siblings:
- NX-20 at $1100
- NX-210 at $900
- NX-1000 (probably) under $700
All three of them share a 20 MP APS-C sensor, a high sensitivity climbing up to ISO 12800, 1080p/30fps HD video capture, 8fps continuous shooting, a nice 3″ LCD display and a WiFi interface to cooperate with your Android phone.
The NX1000 is most noticeable for its choice of colors (white, black or pink).
The NX210 is still a point’n-shoot in format, while the NX20 tries to hide under a near SLR or bridge camera guise.