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May 1, 2013

Samsung NX2000 Smartens NX Camera Series

Samsung's new NX2000 sees the company borrow a handful features of its Smart Camera line, into what is essentially the best of both worlds between the NX1000, and the costlier NX300. The new mirrorless from Samsung mates a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor with the same DRIMe IV processor that handles 3D photography on other Samsung creations.

The NX2000 also sees Samsung get rid of most physical buttons on the back of the camera, replaced by 3.7-inch 1,152k-dot touchscreen, which lets you glide through the phone's interface, and even make basic touch-ups on the spot.

Most of the NX2000's imaging features are inherited from the NX300, including the sensitivity range of ISO-100 to ISO-25600, burst photography up to 8 frames, and the bundled 20-50 mm lens, which can be swapped out for 12 other lenses on offer. The camera can take 1080p video, but unlike the NX300, only at 30 frames per second.

The NX2000 stores its loot onto a micro-SDXC card. Connectivity options include 802.11 b/g/n WiFi, and NFC. Samsung has apps for Android and iOS, that let your device quickly beam off captured images, so you could do some on-field editing. Photoshop Lightroom 4 comes included.

Slated for a little later this month, the NX2000 is priced at $650.