Samsung has unveiled a new digital camera called the NX10 that isn’t a point-and-shoot and isn’t a DSLR. The camera has interchangeable lenses but lacks the mirror system of a DSLR. The image sensor is also larger than the micro four thirds cameras on the market and the cam uses a slightly larger lens connection than the aforementioned cameras.
The NX10 has a image sensor with 14.6MP resolution and will come in black or silver colors. The display is a 3-inch AMOLED screen that promises reduced power consumption. ISO range for the camera is 100- 3200 and the cam has a built-in flash.
Other features include a dust reduction system, lens shift optical image stabilization, and HDMI out. The camera can record 720p HD video. Samsung plans to launch the camera this spring at an undisclosed price.