Samsung has announced the NX300, the newest in its NX series of APS-C mirrorless cameras. Although the NX300 looks similar to its predecessors, the NX200 and 210, it includes a series of updates that show seamless signs of integration between Samsung's smartphones and cameras.
The NX300 is built around a 20MP sensor that includes phase-detection focus elements to allow a Hybrid AF system for faster focusing. It was upgraded with a larger screen than any previous Xs - the 3.3" OLED screen has 768k dots (essentially an extended version of the existing screen) - that's also touch-sensitive. A faster processor assists the NX300 hit nine frames-per-second for continuous shooting, and allows 1080p movies to be shot at 60fps. Upgrades to the camera's Wi-Fi should make connectivity simpler than its predecessors.