Samsung Unveils NX200 Compact System Camera with DSLR Sensor

Samsung unveiled the 20.3-megapixel NX200 this morning, a compact system camera (CSC) that uses interchangeable lenses like a digital SLR but has no internal mirror.

The NX200 is a follow-up to the NX100, which was announced about a year ago. As with the previous model, the NX200 uses an APS-C CMOS sensor that’s the same size as what you’d find in an entry-level DSLR.

Along with a bump up in megapixels from 14.6 to 20.3MP, the NX200 has been redesigned with a smaller, sleeker all-metal body and a more significant hand grip.

According to Samsung, the NX200 also has faster shot-to-shot speed, faster autofocus, and can shoot a maximum of 7 frames per second. ISO range has been expanded (100-12,800) and there’s now full HD recording at 30fps.

The Samsung NX200 has a 3-inch VGA AMOLED screen on back that’s designed to offer better battery life and greater contrast when shooting in bright, outdoor light.

A ship date and officially pricing for the Samsung NX200 have not been announced yet.

More details in our gear section here.

One Response to “Samsung Unveils NX200 Compact System Camera with DSLR Sensor”

  1. Samsung Unveils NX200 Compact System Camera with DSLR Sensor | Global Community of Photography Says:

    [...] TweetCONTINUE READING TO SOURCE Samsung Unveils NX200 Compact System Camera with DSLR Sensor [...]