Contrary to popular belief, the list of companies that make great cameras isn’t three names long, and it doesn’t end with the letter N. After basically conquering the TV market, Samsung decided to switch their focus to the high end camera market. The NX200 is the newest mirrorless point and shoot on the market, but it also has interchangeable lenses. That’s all well and good, but it all comes down to specs if you’re not concerned with a brand name. That said, we’re about to get nerdy. The NX200 is packing: 20.3 Mega-pixel APS-C CMOS sensor, 7fps Continuous Shot/100ms AF speed, 3″ AMOLED display, full 1080p HD video recording and up to 12800 ISO equivalent. We don’t know how they managed to cram all of that into a package that fits in your hand, but we want it.