martes, 28 de diciembre de 2010
Samsung unveils i-Functional NX11 mirrorless camera, WB700 with 24x zoom
Just when you thought it'd be a week devoid of notable announcements -- what, with CES less than a week away -- along comes Samsung with two new cameras.
The first one is an upgrade to the mirrorlessNX10, naturally called the NX11, that boasts a change in grip design and compatibility with i-Function lens found on the NX100. The other nitty-gritty details for the 14.6 megapixel shooter: a 3-inch AMOLED LCD screen, VGA viewfinder, 720p 30fps HD recording, an APS-C. Price and date? $649 with bundled 18-55mm zoom lens, February.
In smaller news -- volumetrically, at least -- the 16 megapixel Samsung WB700 sports a 24x zoom (that's 18x optical and 1.3x smart zoom), a 24mm ultra-wide Schneider Kreuznach lens, CCD sensor, and 1070p HD video. You're gonna have to wait a little bit longer for that one -- April, to be more specific -- for a penny under $300.