As with Samsung's other 2014 mirrorless cams, you can expect NFC pairing with mobile devices, WiFi image transfers and party tricks like the selfie-oriented Wink Shot. You're still giving up some features over the NX300, though. The NX3000 carries the mini's basic 480 x 320 flip-up display and microSD storage, and you're stuck with the slowest max shutter speed of the current lineup -- at 1/4,000th of a second, this may not be the best choice for shooting at high apertures in bright light. It may, however, be a good choice if you're cost-conscious. The NX3000 will start at $479 (with a regular 20-50mm lens) when it ships to the US on June 1st, and the power zoom kit will cost only a bit more at $529.