Samsung has announced its third mirrorless camera system: the Samsung NX11.
The NX11 camera, which will become available in February 2011, is an updated version of the Samsung NX10 and boasts a 14.6Mp APS-C sensor.
It will be displayed at next month’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where Which? researchers will be on hand to try out the model’s new features.
Samsung NX i-Function lens
Among the most interesting new features on the Samsung NX11 is the introduction of the i-Function lens compatibility that was first seen on the Samsung NX100.
This allows users to access settings, such as aperture, shutter speed, white balance and ISO control through a button on the lens body. Samsung claims that this make it easier and quicker to configure the settings when shooting.
Samsung NX lenses
Three new NX lenses have also been announced by Samsung.
- Samsung 20-50mm zoom lens
- Samsung 20mm pancake lens
- Samsung 18-55mm i-Function lens
Shots can be composed on the Samsung NX11 using either the 3-inch amoled display or the 920k dot electronic viewfinder. As well as being able to capture Jpeg and RAW still images, the NX11 can also shoot 720p HD video.
To see how the Samsung NX10 and Samsung NX100 fared in our full, lab-based tests read our digital SLR reviews.
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