Samsung Introduces Three Wi-Fi Enabled NX Series Cameras

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Hot off the press, Samsung Electronics has just added three new EVIL (Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens) cameras to their NX series; the NX20, NX210, and NX1000. All three boast built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, without the need of optional accessories. This allows you to snap and share your photos and videos with friends and family via social networks; with only access to a Wi-Fi hotspot needed.

The trio offers a 20.3-megapixel, APS-C sized, CMOS image sensor, which gives you a great deal of resolution for a wide range of needs. Each camera is also compatible with Samsung's newer i-Function lens system, allowing easier access to camera functions, without having to move your hand from the lens to press buttons on the body.

The key difference between the three models is mainly size, with the NX1000 being extremely compact, the NX20 giving a larger dSLR like feel, and the NX210 falling somewhere in the middle.

Check out our preview of each model by clicking on the links below: