In 2015 the Samsung NX3300 was the reissue of 2014's Samsung NX3000 CSC camera with 20 megapixel APS-C sized CMOS image sensor. The both cameras are basically the same, only the newer model got a newer firmware, its software, as several websites mention, is a little bit faster, and Lightroom was replaced by another software.
The camera is a budget model of Samsung's NX-series of digital system cameras, thus relying just on contrast autofocus, and using just an average 460.800 pixel color display. The latter is tiltable as finder for shooting selfies. The camera can shoot 5 full resolution images per second, and also HD format videos. The kit included a 1:3.5-5.6/16-50mm image stabilized autofocus zoom lens and a small flash unit with guide number 8. In the USA a 500$ kit with unstabilized 20-50mm lens was available too, as before the 480$ NX3000 budget kit.
|Seen 2016 still in a retail shop, but it is no more available from Samsung's storehouse: The NX3300.|
image by Uwe Kulick (Image rights)
- Samsung NX3300 support page at Samsung UK
- Review on imaging-resource.com
- Imaging samples of Samsung's NX3000 and NX3300 CSCs on Flickr