Although Samsung is poised to unleash a new flagship camera body to the world with its NX1, it was the NX30 that caught our eye when we tested it. It served up Excellent-level resolution up to ISO 400, kept noise to Low or better up to ISO 3200, showed super-accurate color reproduction, and integrates very smoothly with smartphones thanks to its built-in dual-band Wi-Fi. Its 2,359,000-dot LCD EVF doesn't quite match the refresh rate of the Fujifilm, but it comes really close. While Samsung cameras haven't always had the best reputation, the company has been working hard to step up in recent years, and the NX30 showed that it should be taken seriously. The NX30 also has an impressive array of lenses to go with the APS-C-based camera system. We expect Samsung to continue to give its rival camera makers plenty to be afraid of in the coming years.