Samsung has announced two new upgraded cameras. The WB700 is designed for video. Although it can zoom out to a true 18X in a compact body during HD movie making, it can also capture footage silently through a new noise cancellation feature that counteracts lens noise. The camera can reach out to 24X through a software-based zoom that minimizes the pixelated look.
Samsung has also upgraded the sensor from the WB650 to 16 megapixels and still supports other semi-pro features like full manual control and RAW. The NX11 is an upgrade to the NX10. It now supports the same i-Function enhanced lenses as the NX100 and can set a lens priority mode that tunes settings to what’s best suited for the lens. The grip has also been improved, though the APS-C sized sensor, RAW shooting, 720p video and three-inch AMOLED are similar to the NX10.