Samsung NX200 Digital Camera Review
Smart changes yield impressive performance from Samsung’s latest NX camera.
The Samsung NX200 is a major step forwards for the Samsung NX line of compact system cameras, with a 20.3-megapixel image sensor that will place it among the heaviest hitters in the category. The Samsung-designed sensor complements a number of smart, intuitive changes to both the physical design and camera menus that mean the NX200 will appeal to both novice and experience shooters. It's not a perfect design, but compared to the NX100 released in 2010, this might be the biggest advancement in a single generation we've seen from a camera model this year. The NX200 is available now in black with an 18-55mm kit lens for an MSRP of $899.
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