The Samsung NX series has had its share of growing pains as a mirrorless interchangeable lens line, with some hits and misses. With the NX200 released last year, we felt that the line had finally found a consistent design philosophy, with an image sensor that they could build upon. The NX20 does just that, incorporating a more traditional body design, electronic viewfinder, and the same 20.3-megapixel image sensor as the rest of the current NX crop of cameras. The NX20 also features a 3-inch OLED rear screen that articulates away from the body, 8fps continuous shooting, and—perhaps most interestingly—built-in WiFi connectivity. The NX20 will be available in black in early May for an MSRP of $1100 with the 18-55mm kit lens.
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