Samsung NX10 Debuts At CES 2010

Posted: Jan 3 2010, 11:55pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 6:31pm CDT , in CES


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Samsung unveiled the NX series of hybrid cameras earlier this year. Hybrid means that the Samsung NX series combines the quality of DSLR cameras with the compactness of point-and-shoot cameras.
Today Samsung announced the Samsung NX10 for CES 2010 featuring a large APS-C Size Sensor, AMOLED Screen and fast Auto Focus.

The Samsung NX10 incorporates a fast and decisive auto focus (AF), 14.6MP APS-C size CMOS sensor and a 3.0-inch AMOLED screen, allowing you to view your images, even in bright sunlight.
You can also record HD movies with the NX10 in 720p HD (MP4. H.264) format.

Other features of the Samsung NX10 include 100-3200 ISO range, pop-up flash, DRIMe II Pro engine and advanced AF algorithm, HDMI, and Lens Shift.
Measurements of the NX10 are 4.8” x 3.4” x 1.6” (excluding the projecting parts of the camera) and the weight is .78 lbs (without battery and card).

Available in two colors, Noble Black and Titan Silver, the Samsung NX10 is on display at the CES 2010 and will ship in Spring 2010. Samsung has not announced the pricing of the new NX10 yet.

CES 2010 will start on 7th of January 2010 and lasts until 10th. Of course CES news are already pouring in. Read them in our CES 2010 section.

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