Samsung has expanded its NX series of mirrorless system cameras with three new models featuring built-in Wi-Fi connectivity: the NX1000, NX210 and NX20.
All three NX models feature a 20.3 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, developed in-house by Samsung. They are also fully compatible with the NX series’ unique i-Function system, enabling users to control parameters using the lens itself.
The NX1000 is highly portable and its compact design makes it user-friendly. The model is available in white, classic black or pink. It houses a feature-rich range of specifications with technology such as Smart Auto 2.0 and the Smart Link Hot Key.
The NX210 follows the NX’s design heritage, with a premium metallic finish. Like its predecessor the NX200, the NX210 also offers a 3.0” Amoled display for viewing images and Full HD movies in brilliant resolution. With easy access to Wi-Fi functions, the NX210 allows quick sharing of images.
The NX20 was designed for enthusiast amateurs or professionals looking for a compact camera that looks and feels like a D-SLR, at just a fraction of its size and weight. Delivering impressive speed with its 1/8000s fast shutter, images are shown on the clear 3.0” clear Amoled swivel display, increasing visibility by approximately 20%. The NX20 also incorporates a range of functions and manual controls to deliver pro-standard pictures.