Samsung’s mirrorless cameras haven’t always been the most popular in the states, but their latest NX2000 is apparently targeted at the person who is embracing a totally new workflow. It is being slotted in below the NX1100 and so even has some interesting departures from Samsung’s norms. First off, it records data to a Micro SD card–which is completely different than anything before. Additionally, the camera is nearly devoid of buttons and instead emphasizes use of the touchscreen. There is built in WiFi for instant sharing (to many different cloud services) and there is also an LCD touchscreen being used instead of the normal Samsung OLED screens–which I personally preferred.
Otherwise, this camera seems to match nearly any other Samsung mirrorless camera with a 20.3MP APS-C imaging sensor–and it will ship with Lightroom 4.
The NX2000 will have an MSRP of $649.99 and will be available in white, black and pink from authorized Samsung retailers Specs, extra photos and details are after the jump.
- 20.3 MP APS-C sized sensor
- Super Sonic Drive Dust Reduction
- LCD Panel with Touchscreen of 1.152K dots
- Contrast AF
- ISO 100-3200 native
- 8 fps shooting
- Bundled with an external flash and 20-50mm lens
- RAW and JPEG shooting
- 1080p HD at 30p or 24p
- Micro SD storage
- New battery will allow for 340 shots
- WiFi router built in
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