The new NX1 is the first Samsung interchangeable-lens camera that's truly compelling enough to consider alongside the competition. Its billboard feature: 4K video in a tiny package. But more than just trotting out of a glitzy, buzzy feature, the NX1 is loaded with advanced tech, including an industry-leading image…
With the new NX3000, Samsung's hoping to lure price-conscious beginners. The entry level interchangeable-lens camera swaps out the huge 3.7-inch touchscreen interface of the old NX2000 for a smaller, 3-inch (non-touch) LCD and a traditional button interface.
Some folks at NXRumors have dug up an image of what is purportedly a new mirrorless camera from Samsung. It's incredibly small looking, and selfie-ready!
If last year's Samsung Galaxy Camera looked like Dr. Frankenstein had sewn a point-and-shoot camera onto the back of a Galaxy S3, the new Galaxy NX is the opposite. It takes the Android UI 3G/4G/LTE connectivity of a smartphone, and slaps it onto the back of an interchangeable-lens camera.
The NX10, Samsung's first mirrorless camera, was smaller than a DSLR, but it still looked like a DSLR. The NX100 does not—it's all flat surfaces and gentle curves and even sticks a manual control on the lens itself.