Samsung announced a new NX mini mirrorless camera, which utilizes a smaller sensor and lens mount in comparison to its existing NX system.
Thanks to a new 20.5MP 1" BSI-CMOS sensor, the NX mini represents the thinnest and lightest mirrorless camera on the world market. As such, this model uses a new NX-M lens mount (with a 2.7 crop factor), with two lenses that are already in stock: a 9-27mm f/3.5-5.6 OIS zoom lens (equivalent: 24-73mm) and a 9mm f/3.5 pancake lens (equivalent: 24mm). The third lens, a 17mm f/1.8 OIS (equivalent: 45mm) is due to be released this summer, together with an adapter for NX lenses. What also portrays the Samsung NX mini SMART as one of the leading mirrorless cameras are an LCD screen with the ability to flip up 180 degrees, Wi-Fi connectivity with NFC, 1080/30 video, as well as its sophisticated design.
The Samsung NX mini SMART is available in stores at a price of $449 with the 24mm lens, or $549 with the 24-73mm lens and the external flash. Additionally, the lenses will be available separately for $179 for the former and $279 for the latter.
This news was taken from SAMSUNG.