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The NX20 is one of the world's first Wi-Fi enabled compact system cameras (alongside the new Samsung NX210 and NX1000 models), allowing users to connect to wireless networks in a number of different ways without any additional cards or devices. The DSLR-like NX20 features a 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, SVGA 1.44k resolution electronic viewfinder, a 3-inch swivelling AMOLED screen, an ISO range of 100-12800, built-in pop-up flash, full 1080p HD movie recording with stereo sound, 8fps continuous shooting, top shutter speed of 1/8000th second, 3D stills and panoramas, and support for Samsung's unique i-Function 2.0 lenses. The i-Function button on compatible lenses allows users to control the NX20 by scrolling through manual settings (shutter speed, aperture, EV, WB, and ISO) and using the focus ring to change the parameters for each setting. The NX20 also has a special i-Scene lens priority mode, which allows users to select the scene modes, Smart Filters and the intelli-Zoom function. The NX20 has a wide range of manual controls plus a Smart Auto function which automatically selects the best shooting mode, while the Smart Range feature captures detail in both the bright and dark areas of the picture. Available in black, the Samsung NX20 retails for £899.99 / $1099.99...
20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor
Samsung NX Mount
18-55mm OIS III Kit lens
3 inch Tilting AMOLED screen
Wi-Fi built in
Full HD Video with stereo sound
ISO100 to ISO12800
8fps continuous shooting - Full Resolution
10/15/30fps Burst mode - 5mp
EVF SVGA with eye-detection
Wi-Fi connectivity: Here are the Wi-Fi options available from the dedicated Wi-Fi mode on the dial, and it's also possible to access Wi-Fi sharing from the playback mode, although with limited options:
Mobilelink (for Android/iPhone) - lets you copy photos and videos to the phone although it took a while to connect and occassionally crashed on our Android phone it works quite well and makes it easy to copy images.
Remote Viewfinder (for Android/iPhone) - lets you control the camera with your smartphone - the options available are flash, self-timer and image size, the benefit of this is that you can save the image to your phone if needed. The app doesn't work in landscape mode, so the view is smaller than the camera's screen, even on a large 4.7 inch phone.