Samsung has announced the NX300, the latest in its range of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras and successor to the previous NX200.
The NX300 uses a 20.3 megapixel APS-C sensor that can shoot up to ISO 25,600. The NX300 can take up to 8.6fps in burst mode and record videos in 1080p60 resolution.
The NX300 has built-in Wi-Fi for sharing images to a smartphone or a tablet using the Samsung SMART CAMERA app on iOS and Android. You can also use the app for remotely taking pictures using your phone or tablet as a viewfinder.
On the back the NX300 has a widescreen 3.31-inch 768k dots AMOLED display that can be tilted vertically. The display also has touchscreen functionality.
Samsung has also announced the NX 45mm F1.8 2D/3D lens (sold separately) that allows you to shoot 3D images and videos using a single lens, making it the first of its kind.
The Samsung NX300 is priced at $749.99 and the NX 45 lens would set you back by $499.