Samsung today unwrapped two of its digital camera that will be shown to the public at Consumer Electronics Show. First is the mirrorless compact NX11 camera from the NX Series. The NX11 is an upgrade to its NX10 camera and sports a revamped design and i-Function lens support.
With the help of i-Function lens, photographers can adjust settings like aperture, shutter speed, ISO and white balance directly from the lens while shooting. The NX11 is equipped with an APS-C sensor, which means DSLR-like picture quality, 14.6MP resolution support, 3-inch AMOLED display, VGA electronic viewfinder, 720p HD video recording, face detection, various shooting modes etc. It will start selling from February for $649.
Another camera that was shown today is WB700. This point-and-shoot camera boasts an ultra-zoom of up to 24X with the help of a 24mm Schneider-KREUZNACH lens supporting 18X of optical zoom and 1.3X of Smart zoom. The camera can take pictures in up to 16MP resolution and features zoom noise reduction, dual image stabilization,
full HD 720p HD video recording, HDMI-out, Smart Filter 2.0 and RAW image support. The WB700 will start retailing from April for $299.99.