Samsung announced the new NX100 mirrorless camera, which is the successor to the NX10. The new NX100 is equipped with the world’s first i-Function lens with a conveniently-located i-Function button which allows users to scroll through manual settings, and a focus ring which is used to easily change parameters for each setting. Users can toggle between shutter speed, aperture, EV, WB, and ISO quickly and easily by simply using the i-Function button and ring on the lens, meaning easier and quicker configuration while shooting.
The Samsung NX100 features 14.6 Megapixel APS-C CMOS imge sensor, a 3-inch VGA AMOLED display, support for geotagging with optional GPS10 GPS module, ISO 100-6400 and SD/SDHC card slot. The camera captures 720p HD video and offers the Sound Picture mode that allows users to record audio when a photo is taken. Other features include Smart Auto and the Smart Filter that adds special effects to pictures.
Samsung will release several lenses and accessories along with the NX100 including a compact Standard Zoom Lens (20-50 mm F3.5-5.6 ED), a 20 mm F2.8 Pancake Lens, EVF10 Electronic Viewfinder, GPS10 GPS module and SEF15A flash. Samsung will also launch a a 60 mm Macro lens and 18-200 mm Super Zoom lens in first half 2011, and 16 mm, 85 mm, and 16-80 mm lenses by the second half 2011.