We were wondering when Samsung’s WiFi tech that’s present in their point-and-shoot line would trickle up to their NX line, and lo and behold, here it is. Meet the newest member of the Samsung NX family: the NX 1000. This particular iteration of the NX line sports a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, the ability to take Samsung’s NX Mount lenses (which is growing by each release) in a body that’s more portable than your standard DSLR camera.
The NX 1000 also sports a fast 1/4000 shutter speed, as well as a fast burst shooting speed of 8 FPS. The NX 1000 has an impressive ISO range as well, as it’s able to go up to ISO 12,800. It’s also able to take 3D pictures as well as wide, sweeping panoramic shots. According to Samsung, the NX 1000 will drop in the US at around June, though there’s no official word when this particular device will come to the Philippines.