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With Canon and Olympus hogging all the limelight Pre-PMA, how could Samsung stay behind? The company also found this week appropriate to announce their new GX-20 DSLR. For the uninitiated, the GX-20 is the successor to Samsung’s GX-10 and has been equipped with a proprietary 14.6-megapixel CMOS sensor.
The Samsung GX-20 supports the Samsung Schneider D-XENON lenses, the Pentax KAF2, KAF, and KA mount lenses. The camera includes a dust removal system, supports RAW, has a max ISO sensitivity of ISO 6400 and features a Live View LCD. The Samsung GX-20 will be available in March for $1399.95.