Samsung has come out with an announcement today regarding a refresh of their popular NX300 mirrorless camera model. The updated model is now called the NX300M with the biggest change being the improvement to the 3.332 AMOLED touch display which now it has the ability to be flipped a full 180 degree instead of the 90 degrees limit that the earlier model had.
Unfortunately, not too much has been improved upon in terms of technical specs as the 20.3MP APS-C sensor, 100-25,600 ISO range, 8.6fps burst capabilities, and dual-channel WiFi are unchanged in the refreshed model. Regardless, the NX300M is now available in Korea in white, black, and brown color options. There is no confirmation on US availability or pricing just yet although I'd expect them to release it stateside within the next month and the pricing to be on par with the Korean price equivalent which comes out to around $839.
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