One issue that many people have with their photo cameras is that it's not easy to take self-shots, not when you can't see what you're pointing the camera at, exactly. So Samsung decided to make the NX300M camera immune to that issue.
The rest remains the same: 20.3 megapixel image sensor (APS-C), continuous shooting speed of 8.6 fps, dual-channel WiFi (WiFi with SmartShare and NFC capability) and 100-25,600 ISO range. The camera also has 3D support, apparently.
We don't know when, if ever, the Samsung NX300M mirrorless camera will reach the US, or for what price. Shipments are underway in Korea though, with an 18-55mm kit lens for 890,000 won (about $839 / €618).