The Samsung does 420MP/Sec.
The Samsung is also saving 12-bit files during continuous shooting vs. the full 14-bits in single shot mode.
You keep telling us that DR (and by extension 12bits vs 14bits) isn't important except to a small number of people so therefore this difference that you've highlighted is also relatively unimportant. Or do you wish to become one of your own DRones and insist that the extra bit-depth and thus DR is all of a sudden important?
Context, dilbert...context. As usual, it eludes you. If one is going to compare data throughput rates by multiplying MP x fps as Bob was doing, the underlying assumption is that the bit depth is the same. In this case, that assumption is not true.
Strange because when people calculate MP/sec, it is generally fps * MP/f and the bit depth never comes into it.
Kudos to Samsung for deciding that when you're doing continuous shooting that you don't really need the extra bit depth - just like you keep saying, Samsung decided that the extra DR from the extra bits isn't important. Are you sure that you don't work for Samsung?
Or are you trying to say that we should calculate in bits/second to be fair?
Samsung NX1: 5Gb/sec
Canon 7D2: 2.8Gb/sec
Looks like the Canon 7D2 is just over half the speed of the Samsung NX1, which is an improvement on the 420MP/sec vs 200MP/sec where the Canon camera is under half the speed of the Samsung NX1.
Does that make you happier?
Oh, you like to hold up the 1DX, lets see how that does: 252MP/sec and 3.5Gb/sec. Still slower than the Samsung NX1.
Feel better now?
Oh wait, the 252MP/sec & 3.5GB/sec are in JPEG only mode (which is 8bit output).
So if we were to focus on keeping all 14 bits (as you've pointed out is essential as throwing away 2 bits out of 14 is just not on) then the 1DX is 216MP/sec and 3Gb/sec.
Theoretically (using the above numbers), the Samsung NX-1 could shoot at the same frame rate as the 1DX (12fps) and keep 14bits.