Samsung has updated their popular NX10, which is the first EVIL (Electronic Viewfinder Interchangeable Lens) model they created, with the introduction of the all new NX11. This unit offers almost identical specifications to the NX10 with a few key improvements. First off they've added compatibility with their newer i-Function lenses as well as redesigned the grip for a more comfortable hold on the camera. i-Function simplifies the process of changing camera settings, with a button and control dial mounted right on the lens. Depending on the exposure mode being used, you can quickly adjust camera settings like shutter speed, aperture, etc.
Like its predecessor, the NX11 utilizes a nice 3.0-inch AMOLED monitor with 921k dots, a large 14.6-megapixel APS-C sized image sensor, Super Sonic Drive dust reduction system, Smart Auto, and 720p HD video recording. Along side the release of the NX11, Samsung has added two new i-Function lenses to their offerings, a 20mm pancake and a 20-50mm zoom.
Samsung NX11 Features:
- 14.6-megapixel APS-C image Sensor
- NX Lens Mount
- i-Function compatible
- High-quality electric viewfinder
- 3.0-inch AMOLED Display
- Smart Auto + various advanced shooting modes
- MPEG-4, 720p HD video recording
- RAW image file saving (RAW+JPEG available)
- Optical image stabilization when using OIS lenses
- Built-in pop-up flash
- Super Sonic Sensor Cleaning
- Powered by Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery
- HDMI compatible
- SD/SDHC card slot
- Li-ion battery and charger
The NX11 will come bundled with the same 18-55mm i-Function lens found with the NX100, with a suggested retail price of $649 US. Samsung notes shipping will start sometime in February, 2011.