Samsung NX100 Camera Set For Photokina Debut; Teaser Out

August 27, 2010, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung has released a teaser page for a new NX-series digital camera. In an invitation sent to the tech press for Photokina, Samsung has revealed that the un-named Samsung NX camera will make its debut on September 20th at the Photokina show in Germany.

It will be introduced by Samsung’s Digital Imaging President, SangJin Park. The camera is rumored to be the recently leaked NX100, although there is no such revelation in the teaser.

Samsung had released NX10 earlier this year. The camera is its first mirrorless pro body. It features a 14.6-megapixel CMOS sensor and a three-inch AMOLED display. The NX10 can shoot 720p videos in H.264 format and has an HDMI output.

Reports suggest that the NX100 will compete against Micro Four Thirds cameras. It will be coming with an APS-C sized sensor inside a nearly compact-sized camera body.

There are no other features available at the moment, but it was earlier reported to come with three new lenses. We can wait and see what Samsung has planned to unveil especially since the teaser reports that the camera will “take the camera industry by storm”.

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