Samsung Unveils Two New Powerful Digicams

Late last night Samsung introduced two new exciting digital cameras, the NX11 and WB700. We'll start with the WB700, which is a sleek and stylish camera that packs a punch with an 18x optical zoom stuffed inside it's petite frame. On top of that, Samsung loaded the camera with some great specs, including 16-megapixels of resolution, Dual IS system (Optical + Digital), Smart Auto, Full Manual mode, a separate movie record button, and much more. This one will be available in both black and silver with a MSRP of $299 US. Look for the WB700 in April, 2011.

Next we have a powerful EVIL camera, which is Samsung's third model of this kind. The new NX11 replaces the popular NX10 we reviewed earlier in the year, with a very similar feature set. While the camera still offers a 14.6-megapixel APS-C imager, 3.0-inch AMOLED display, and MP4 720p HD video capture, Samsung has redesigned the hand grip for a more comfortable feel in your hand, along with added compatibility with their newer i-Function lens system. The NX11 camera kit comes with the same 18-55mm i-Function lens found with the NX100, and Samsung also introduced two new i-Function lenses alongside the NX11 announcement; a 20mm pancake and 20-50mm zoom. The NX11 is scheduled to hit dealers shelves sometime in February (2011), with a suggested retail price of $649 US.

To learn more about these new models as well as see additional product photos, see our preview pages for each by clicking on the model name or photos above.