The Samsung NX300 (MSRP $749–$999, depending on kit lens choice) is the best camera the Korean manufacturing giant has made to date. A bold claim, perhaps, but also a statement of fact.
Compared to most of the major camera makers, Samsung got a late start. An abortive partnership with Pentax did little to advance its DSLR ambitions, and when the mirrorless revolution got underway, it lagged behind the Micro Four Thirds consortium and its biggest rival, Sony.
|Display Type||articulated touchscreen OLED|
|Display Size||3.31 in.|
|Display Resolution||768000 pixels|