Samsung’s next mirrorless compact system camera, the NX20, has been outed by Dutch site Focus Media.
The site has seemingly got its hands on a pre-production model of the NX20, which looks quite a lot like the current Samsung NX11. The curvy, DSLR-like body features a built-in flash, electronic viewfinder and plenty of physical controls for easy tweaking of settings.
Specs apparently include a 20.3MP CMOS sensor, maximum sensitivity of 12800 ISO, 8fps continuous shooting mode, 3-inch adjustable AMOLED screen and built-in Wi-Fi.
We’d previously heard rumours that the NX20 would be launched in April, which suggests this could be the real deal. We’ll keep you informed if any more news, such as pricing, emerges.
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