NX11 is like a DSLR minus the mirrors
Samsung has unveiled a new digital camera with interchangeable lenses that is not a DSLR. The new camera is called the NX11 and it lacks the DSLR mirror box, but promises image quality like a DSLR with the interchangeable lens capability. The camera supports the Samsung i-Function lenses as well.
These lenses put all the controls that the user needs to fully control the functions of the camera on the lens so they can be adjusted without having to go to the back of the camera. The NX11 also has an APS-C image sensor that is larger than the sensor used in micro four-thirds cameras.
The NX11 can shoot HD resolution video and has a VGA resolution digital viewfinder. The rear LCD is a 3-inch AMOLED unit and it has 15-points of autofocus and full manual controls. The camera can also detect ten faces in a photo at one time. The camera will ship in February for $649 with a 20-55mm lens.