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Body

The body is pretty big, even larger than the NX20.
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Grip

The grip is humongous but comfortable, and the top controls look oddly featureless. Excluding the grip, the body is actually rather thin. There's a small record button and a large adjustment/select jog dial, plus a rather hard-to-press power button.
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i-Function

The camera takes the NX line of i-Function lenses, which allows for settings changes via the rings on the lens.
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Battery compartment

The huge 4,360mAh battery is necessary to support the large LCD and electronic viewfinder, as well as all the extra draw from the image-processing subsystem. The camera takes microSD cards and has a SIM slot.
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Connectors

There's a microphone input as well as a USB connector and an HDMI output.
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Camera Studio

Samsung is touting a feature called "Camera Studio," which is really just a folder that holds all your camera-related applications.
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Guidance

The camera includes useful help screens.
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Shooting interface

It uses the same interface conventions as the Galaxy camera.
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No compromises

You get a full set of manual, semimanual, and automatic modes.
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Room for everything

The huge screen means the interface can be really big and fat-finger-friendly.
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Automated automatic

There are now 31 Smart modes in Samsung's repertoire.
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