Samsung NX300 20.3MP CMOS Smart WiFi Compact Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera with 18-55mm Lens and 3.3″ AMOLED Touch Screen (White)

The Samsung NX300 Smart Compact System Camera combines performance, connectivity, and convenience in a small package that lets you take your video and photography to a new level. The camera’s 20.3-megapixel sensor captures incredible color rendition and detail, while an interchangeable lens mount offers versatility. The NX300 also features 3D technology for both still shots and video and built-in Wi-Fi, making it easy for you to get the shots you want and share them with all your friends.

Product Features

  • 20.3MP CMOS Sensor
  • SMART features – Social Media Upload, E-mail, DirectLink, MobileLink, PC Auto-backup, Remote Viewfinder, Allshare, Cloud Service
  • Hybrid Autofocus System

3 responses to “Samsung NX300 20.3MP CMOS Smart WiFi Compact Interchangeable Lens Digital Camera with 18-55mm Lens and 3.3″ AMOLED Touch Screen (White)”

  1. Radio Man "yarns13" says:

    Better than a Nex,? Maybe.. This Samsung NX300 is a great little camera. Seems many of the pros or semi pro photographers haven’t talked much about this camera YET. Might be because admittedly, Samsung up till this point was not exactly held in the same company as a Sony Nex or Canon, Nikon, Fuji..etc. Well..seems to me, Samsung is becoming a player here or soon will be, in my OPINION. I formed this opinion as I presently own TOO many cameras :)..among them being the Fuji X100S, Sony RX1, had a Nex7..had an EM5. Anyway my crazy camera buying habits aside I am able to compare all these cameras. More specifically, what I love about the Samsung is it’s incredible accurate color. Skin tones look GREAT as does grass, foliage, anything etc..Looks on my screen EXACTLY as colors look in real life..of course making sure White Balance is correct. It’s auto WB by the is among the best I have seen so far in all the cameras I mentioned prior btw, in many different lighting conditions. Of course you can choose custom WB if…

  2. John Hunter says:

    I finally found a camera that leaves me 100% satisfied I made the following review of the white NX300 and just wanted to share it here since it’s the same camera and lens…First off, if you want an extensive review of this camera go to cnet, dpreview, etc. That’s where I head when doing research before buying a camera. This camera is an upgrade from my NX210 that I purchased last year. On my Amazon review of the NX210 I wanted to give it 4 1/2 stars. I thought that the mediocre focusing system subtracted 1/2 star. After reading the positive reviews of NX300 and noting the several awards it already won I just had to have one. I decided on the white one and wow am I glad I did. It is one fantastic looking device. I was initially contemplating the more compact 20 – 50 mm kit lens but ultimately went with the 18 – 55 mm lens. The latter not only offers a wider focal length, but also features optical internal stabilization. I can definitely notice that the focusing system is an improvement over the NX210. It’s the quickest, most…

  3. technojunkie says:

    Wow! I have always “dabbled” in photography, but never had a DSLR. A friend was so excited about this camera that I just had to check it out an am very glad that I did! eatures are great and the variety in lenses by Samsung is also very good. The camera has features that are too numerous to mention including being able to crop the picture right there on the camera make some image corrections and email it someone (through wifi). The camera is quite light and feels weird with the 50-200mm zoom lens zoomed in all the way. The amoled screen is to die for (but don’t, you have too much to live for). One really nice feature is the wireless functions. I haven’t tried with an iPhone yet but I have both a Samsung note3 and the 10.1 inch note tablet. You can use either as a remote viewfinder/shutter release and touch focus device! Now you can take a “proper” selfie! The camera creates it’s own wifi network and you use the Samsung smart camera app. You see realtime video streamed from the camera and…

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