Samsung has announced the release of its three new 20-megapixel NX series cameras, updated with built-in Wi-Fi to allow the users to share photos instantly on social networks and through e-mail.
The three camera models are NX1000, NX210, and NX20. Each of these camera models of the NX series will now come equipped with a Samsung-developed 20.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, and will have the ability to record 1080 pixel high definition videos. In addition, all the three models will be compatible with the NX range of accessories, which includes the lenses and flash units.
The NX20 model, which is listed at around US $1,100, will be the first of the trio to go on sale from early May. The NX210 will follow from somewhere around mid-May, and will be priced at around US $900. The pricing for NX1000 has not been disclosed yet. The white and black versions of the NX1000 will be shipped from June 2012, whereas the pink version will follow in July 2012.