Photokina 2010 Samsung NX100
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Samsung has announced the new NX100 digital camera at Photokina 2010. The NX100 is a mirrorless bridge camera with Amoled screen.
The Samsung NX100 is a new entry in the compact mirrorless digital camera space, and is a sleek 14Mp model which can also record 720p HD video.
Inside the NX100 there's a large APS-C CMOS sensor, and users can also swap between lenses. Samsung's new 'i-Function' lens system establishes a communication between the lens and the camera body to help users get the best result from the optics they attach to the NX100.
Samsung NX100 - hands-on First Look video review from the show floor at Photokina 2010
Test shots taken on the Samsung NX100
Around the rear of the NX100 there's a 3-inch Amoled screen, but an optional electronic viewfinder will also be available. According to Samsung there will also be a separate GPS geotagging module.
The Samsung NX100 is on show at Photokina 2010, and will be available to buy in the UK from mid-October 2010, costing from around £450.
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