February 2011 will see Samsung Electronics release the successor of its NX10 mirrorless camera, the NX11 model which packs a 14.6 megapixel CMOS sensor and is bundled with two i-Function lenses (18-55mm and 20-50mm) which enable users to easily change settings with their left hand.
“Today’s launch is important for Samsung in reinforcing our position as a leading innovator in the digital camera market and for showing our innovation in the compact system camera market,” said Mr. Hyunho Chung, Executive Vice President and Head of the Digital Imaging Business, Samsung Electronics. “The NX11, while offering the best features of the NX10, has an upgraded design and the additional i-Function capability with more lenses. The launch of our next offering in the NX range also demonstrates our commitment to our customers, by producing user driven innovation in the form of easy-to-use functions and upgraded customization.”
The NX11 includes a 3-inch AMOLED display, built-in flash, a built-in electronic VGA (640×480) viewfinder, can record 720p video and will cost $649