Samsung NX11 Mirrorless Camera With i-Function Lens Support
Samsung today introduced a new camera from the NX Series that will be showcased at the CES next week. Dubbed as the Samsung NX11, this large-sensor mirrorless interchangeable lens camera is actually an upgrade version of the Samsung NX10. The new camera comes jam packed with a new design and i-Functions lens support, allowing users to easily adjust settings such as shutter speed, aperture, EV, WB, and ISO directly from the lens. Additionally, the Samsung NX11 also features an APS-C sensor, a 14.6MP resolution support, a 3-inch AMOLED display, an electronic VGA viewfinder, a 720p HD video recording, a face detection, RAW image support and various scenes and picture modes. The company will launch the Samsung NX11 in February 2011 with a zoom lens kit for $649.