Check out our in-depth Samsung NX30 review.
Samsung’s NX30 has a 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor, just like the previous-generation NX20, but the new model does throw hybrid autofocus in the mix. The NX30 also ups the internal electronic viewfinder to a higher resolution (XGA versus SVGA in the NX20). And the viewfinder’s eyepiece now extends and tilts so you can use it at different angles.
The NX20’s 3-inch swiveling touchscreen also gets a bump up to a Super AMOLED display with a higher resolution (720 x 480), as well as a maximum brightness of 500 nits, which should go a long way toward making it useable in direct sunlight.
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