Samsung has unveiled a new camera from the NX Series that will be showcased at the CES next week. The NX11 is an upgrade from NX10 with a new design and i-Functions lens support. The NX11 will support three i-Function lenses – 18-55mm, 20mm pancake and 20-50mm zoom that allows users to easily adjust settings like shutter speed, aperture, EV, WB, and ISO directly from the lens.
The NX11 is similar to other NX Series cameras and is equipped with an APS-C sensor, 14.6MP resolution support, 3-inch AMOLED display, electronic VGA viewfinder, 720p HD video recording, face detection, RAW image support and various scenes and picture modes.
The NX11 will be available from February with bundle zoom lens for $649.