We've just posted First Shots — our still life test images shot under controlled conditions in the IR Lab — for Samsung's newest and most-connected mirrorless camera, the Samsung NX2000. Announced last May, the NX2000 takes an imaging pipeline much like that of the more expensive Samsung NX300, and combines it with cutting-edge connectivity to create a truly unique compact system camera.

The NX2000 forgoes the NX300's hybrid autofocus system, because its image sensor lacks the on-chip phase detection autofocus pixels found on its sibling's sensor….

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via Imaging Resource News Page

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