Just Published: Our Samsung NX30 ILC Review

Just in time for the weekend, we've finished up testing one of Samsung's more recent mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras; the NX30. Positioned more as a top of the line ILC, which the price tag reflects, the NX30 offers many features you'd expect to see on a mirrorless camera. Of these is an APS-C sized, 20-megapixel CMOS image sensor, which is larger than the sensor found on many of the NX30's competitors (think Micro Four Thirds cameras and Nikon 1 models), along with features like full HD video recording (1080/60p), HDMI output with live feed, and built-in Wi-Fi and NFC tech. Some of the things that set the NX30 apart form the competition are its impressive 3.0-inch, articulating, 1.037 million pixel, Super AMOLED touch screen display, and its tiltable EVF that pulls out and tilts up to 80 degrees. If that's not enough to get you excited, the NX30 also boasts high-speed shooting performance, including continuous capture rates up to 9fps at full resolution. All this is thanks to the camera's DRIMeIV image processing unit.

To see how well this new Samsung NX-series ILC performed during our testing, head on over to our Samsung NX30 digital ILC review.