Samsung has recently announced a new mirror-less camera to beef up its NX lineup that features the NX30 and NXMini. This new camera, known as the NX3000, will fit right in between both cameras in the existing line and possibly entice those that want the capabilities of an entry level DSLR without all the bulk. The camera is of medium build and not as big as the NX30, but a tad bit bigger the NXMini while it borrows some features from each camera. It has a 20.3MP pixel like the NX30 before and for the selfie lovers it shares NXMini flip up screen alongside a Self Shot mode that airbrushes your selfie. The camera also features a 460,800-dot IPS screen and wi-fi to easily share your photos with your smart phone. The NX3000 will be available starting June 1st and should come in priced at around $500 depending on what kit package you choose. You can check out some of the product shots below.