Life-Changing Samsung NX Camera to Debut at Photokina

August 26, 2010 | Mark Goldstein | Digital Compact Cameras | 11 Comments |
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Samsung are set to unveil a new NX-series digital camera that will “change the lives of creative consumers around the world”. In an invitation sent out to members of the press, the as yet un-named Samsung NX camera will make its debut on September 20th at the World’s biggest photo fair in Cologne, Germany. Introduced by Samsung’s Digital Imaging President, SangJin Park, the new product will boldly “take the camera industry by storm”. Samsung released the first model in the NX-series, the NX10 camera, earlier this year, to widespread critical acclaim.



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#1 NiZAM

Wat New Cam.....dam so Good....i hope have Panorama shot....

4:24 pm - Thursday, August 26, 2010

#2 Erik

Probably the first mobile phone with interchangable lenses.

4:35 pm - Thursday, August 26, 2010

#3 NiZAM

i just cant wait.....please have rumor pitc....

4:35 pm - Thursday, August 26, 2010

#4 Mike

If the image quality is not there, I could care less. Unless it scratches my back.

5:22 pm - Thursday, August 26, 2010

#5 John Sullivan

A life changing camera? Lazy hyperbole. For 'life changing' I want it to do the ironing.

6:35 pm - Thursday, August 26, 2010

#6 Hans Benndorf

Yeah-- and I wannit to be my electric shaver, TV-remote and
money printer with high pixel density, that'll change my life!

12:51 am - Friday, August 27, 2010

#7 Josh

LOL!
That is all.

1:13 am - Friday, August 27, 2010

#8 Babs

It's the ObamaCam!

2:29 am - Friday, August 27, 2010

#9 Mauro

Sure it's not the "well known" NX-100, wich is just a mere upgrade of the NX-10 !

3:40 pm - Friday, August 27, 2010

#10 JB

"Widespread critical acclaim" my arse.

4:47 pm - Friday, August 27, 2010

#11 cdw

The problem with hyperbole is that it invites the exact opposite; which is unthinking dismissal

Actually the NX10 was well reviewed and is a very fine piece of kit, particularly with the pancake lens. I know because I bought one and been very happy with it.

In case anybody hadn't noticed the driving forces in cameras these days are the electronics firms; Panasonic and Sony. I see no reason why a Korean firm cannot be up there with them.

5:05 pm - Friday, August 27, 2010