Finally, Samsung reveals their new rangefinder mirrorless interchangeable system camera : the Samsung NX200. Powered with completely new 20.3 megapixels APS-C sensor, the Samsung NX200 will gives better image quality and low noise at dim lighting conditions. The NX200 support ISOs 160 to 12800, fast 7fps burst shooting, 3″ LCD OLED screen with 640K resolution, and record Full HD movie 1080p @ 30fps. For camera operation, Samsung introduce new “Smart Panel” user interface that claimed to be useful for users upgrading from point-and-shoot system and also for experienced photographer. The Smart Panel offers clear and quick access to all the key shooting settings.
Very interesting rumor come from mirrorlessrumors.com’s source about Samsung’s new medium format camera. According to the source, Samsung is about to finish their new camera (currently in phase 2 of 3 ) and will make an announcement soon. And we also got some specs:
36mm x 36mm square sensor
3 sensor type will be available : 18 mp and two 34mp sensor
It has a shorter lens-sensor distance than other medium format cameras
in-progress, AF lenses, EVF and optional accessories like grip, flash and screen
The price will be competitive. Less than Pentax 645D ( $9900 ) and similar to pro full-frame DSLRs from Nikon/Canon.
According to DDaily , korean technology paper , Samsung is finishing the development of their new NX cameras : NX20 and NX200. Both are the successor of already popular Samsung NX10 and NX100 respectively. There is no info about its detail specs or release date yet but DDaily says it will have brand new CMOS sensor to improve image quality.
Samsung is having camera party this year. After launching eight cameras at CES 2011, Samsung just announced another five ultra-compact cameras in their product lineup. They are Samsung ST6500, Samsung ST95 ,Samsung ST65, Samsung ST90, and Samsung ST30.
Samsung ST6500 is packed with 16 megapixels sensor, 5x optical zoom, focal length 26mm – 130mm, touchscreen 3″ LCD and 720p HD movies.
New Samsung NX100 review available online at Steve Digicams website. Overall, the camera got many positive reviews and highly recommended for people who looks for advanced compact digital camera with DSLR image quality and controls. The only disadvantages are no internal flash, missed WB setting at Auto, and ‘cheap’ body build quality.
Samsung has taken their popular NX10 and shrunk it down to form the NX100. With loads of useful exposure options, robust performance, and excellent image quality, the NX100 is a formidable opponent in the compact EVIL category.