Samsung has introduced NX300M mirrorless camera, a refreshed version of the earlier launched NX300. Samsung NX300M is the company’s first mirrorless camera with featuring a 180 degree rotatable monitor.
Samsung NX300M, being the successor of the earlier NX300, has a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor with sensitivity range from ISO 100 to ISO 25600. As the main USP over the predecessor, the NX300M has a 3.31-inch AMOLED touch display with 180 degree rotate support. The camera is powered by a Samsung DRIMe4 DSP chip and based on Hybrid auto-focus (AF) technology for sharper image reproduction. For continuous shots, there is 8.6 frames per second continuous shooting support.
The NX300M has dual-band WiFi with SmartShare and also comes with NFC connectivity for connecting with a smartphone or a tablet. The camera comes in multiple color options as white, black, brown.
Samsung NX300M will be available in the Korean market with a price tag of 890,000 won, including an 18-55mm lens kit. So far, there is no detail on its availability in other regions including US, UK and India.