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Samsung NX3000 vs. Samsung NX2000

The Samsung NX3000 is a successor of Samsung NX2000 camera, the sensor of both the camera remains same but we have improve AF system… take a look at the Major Specification Below.

Samsung NX3000 vs. Samsung NX2000 1Major Difference

Samsung NX3000 vs. Samsung NX2000 Specification Comparison Table. 

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More AF Points:  Both camera feature same contrast based AF system but we get more AF points with Samsung NX3000 on the other hand Samsung NX2000 doesn’t have AF Point.

Top Continuous shooting speed: Samsung NX2000 captures fast shooting speed (5 vs. 8fps) compared to Samsung NX3000.

Video Mode: Samsung NX3000 features full HD video recording @ 30 and 25 fps frame rate. HD video recording @ 30 fps and 25 fps.

Video Mode: Samsung NX2000 features full HD video recording @ 30 fps frame rate. HD video recording @ 30 fps.

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Display: Samsung degraded the display in NX3000 –  Samsung NX2000 comes with a bigger 3.7″ Rear Touchscreen   LCD (1,152,000) on the other hand Samsung NX3000 have 3.7″ Rear Touchscreen   LCD (1,152,000) Screen dots, so we get more flexibility while composing our shot with Samsung NX2000.

Battery Life (CIPA): Samsung NX3000 features longer battery life (According to CIPA) compared to Samsung NX2000 doesn’t have CIPA rating

Dimensions: Samsung NX2000 is smaller than Samsung NX3000.

Weight: Samsung NX2000 lighter than Samsung NX3000.

High ISO Test Between Samsung NX3000 vs. Samsung NX2000

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Verdict: We don’t see any major improvement in Samsung NX3000 camera compared to Samsung NX2000 camera, the current Samsung NX2000 users are adviced to wait for the NX4000 camera… for new users we recommend you to decoded yourself after reading the specification comparison.

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