Received this news from Portland Oregon Samsung Dealer 30 minutes ago. I contacted them and asked if they had any info below is their response. Must state I an pretty pissed off after investing around $5000 on the NX system in January. Yes, unfortunately Samsung has decided to leave the camera market in the US. The main take away from this is that the NX system, at least for now, has come to an end. There will be no more product releases or updates for the foreseeable future. However, it is very important to note that Samsung is obligated to back their US released products for at least the next 10 years, this means that the warranties attached to all Samsung imaging products are valid and perhaps more importantly they must support the servicing of their imaging devices for the next decade (generally US law requires a period of 10 years, Samsung has not commented themselves on this aspect though). I MUST STRESS, that this is what we understand to be Samsung's obligation, as you say info has been scarce from the horses mouth. I would say that if you have any concerns regarding Samsungs view on their responsibilities here in the US it would certainly be best to wait until something official is forthcoming. My personal viewpoint is that it would be massively counterproductive for such a large entity as Samsung to shirk their obligations regarding this matter, but of course there's nothing to back that up officially. If you have any more questions please don't hesitate to contact us again!