The Samsung NX20 has been rumoured for a while now, and it is said to have a 20.3 million pixel APC-S CMOS sensor. Other rumoured specs include 8fps continuous drive mode, in-built Wi-Fi, full HD video recording and a built in flash and electronic viewfinder.
Samsung’s unique ‘i-Function’ lenses will almost definitely compatible. The lenses allow for certain functions, including aperture to be controlled directly from the lens itself, rather than on the camera body.
The juiciest thing being that the Samsung NX20 apparently brings Wi-Fi connectivity to the mix, meaning that you’ll be able to ping images and video directly into the webiverse to the likes of Facebook, YouTube and Twitter without having to deal with pesky wires. The new Samsung NX20 also lets user stream the content directly to another device like a TV or a tablet.
Featuring the same 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor like its predecessor (NX11), the NX20 also comes sport sensitivity support from ISO 100 to ISO 12,800, iFunction 2.0 lens support, 3-inch VGA AMOLED display, full HD video recording with a dedicated video button at the back and can shoot continuous images at 8fps with a shutter speed increase from 1/4000 to 1/6000 of a second.
Unfortunately no information on pricing has been leaked as yet for the Samsung NX20 mirrorless camera, but as soon as information comes to light we will keep you guys updated as always. Though we suspect it will debut before Samsung’ Android snapper.Source