Samsung NX10 Digital Camera Review
The concept of a mirrorless compatible lens camera had been circulating for several years prior to Panasonic as well as Olympus revealed the Micro Four Thirds electronic camera system in August 2008, so it’s not unusual that they didn’t have the marketplace to themselves for very long. When there was still only one Micro 4 Thirds camera on the market, electronics huge Samsung showed a prototype of what was to be the very first mirrorless interchangeable camera with an APS-C sized sensing unit. Ten months later that prototype has actually developed into an ended up item in the form of the NX10.
- 15.1 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor (presumed to be a close relation to Pentax K7 sensor)
- 14.6 million effective pixels
- New Samsung NX mount (25.5mm flange-back distance)
- 720p movie capture (H.264, 30 fps)
- Contrast-detect autofocus
- 3.0″ AMOLED screen (614,000 dots, PenTile RGB array)
- 921k dot Electronic Viewfinder
- 30mm F2 pancake and 18-55mm standard zoom options
Samsung NX10 Drivers Download
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Samsung NX10 Software Download
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Samsung NX10 Firmware Update Download
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While various other huge suppliers are beginning to speak about releasing mirrorless systems, Samsung has actually become the 3rd maker to actually to transform talk into the concrete product. Nonetheless, while Samsung is just the 3rd party to get in the battle royal, enough time has passed for the other mirrorless makers to have actually proceeded to their second-generation of cameras, consisting of the newly-launched Panasonic G2 as well as G10.
In between them, these 2 video cameras (which like the NX take a number of their designing ideas from DSLR designs) are likely to make life rather tough for the Samsung. The G10 doesn’t match the NX’s spec, however, is badly valued while the G2 supplies smarter video compression as well as touch-screen brains, which will be appealing to some. And they have the advantage of being second-generation items, with the improved level of refinement that this often tends to bring.