Samsung Offers Firmware Update For I-Function Lenses On NX10

Posted: Oct 12 2010, 12:07pm CDT | by , in News | Digital Camera


Samsung Offers Firmware Update for i-Function Lenses on NX10
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NX10 gets support for new lenses

Samsung has announced a new firmware update is available for its small interchangeable lens camera called the NX10. The little camera is one of the ones that promise DSLR quality in a more compact body. The latest firmware update for the camera is version 1.20 and it adds a nice new feature to the mix.

The update will allow the camera to work with the new i-Function lenses from Samsung. These lenses have a special GUI that is required to allow the user to hit the i-Function button on the lens and then access settings and controls by spinning a ring on the lens, as you would do to focus a DSLR camera.

The update brings support for the 20-50mm lens and a 20mm wide-angle pancake lens. The firmware also updates the GUI of the NX10 to offer the needed settings for the new lenses. The firmware is a free download and is available right now.

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