Samsung have today announced their latest mirrorless camera, the NX1100 which packs a 20.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, and a 20-50mm f.3.5/5.6 ED II lens.

The sensor can shoot continuously at up-to 8 FPS, with a low-light sensitivity up to IOS 12800, in video mode, the camera can shoot full 1080p HD viceo at 30fps, which can be monitored via the 3-inch LCD screen.

There’s also an external microphone jack and Wi-Fi connectivity for uploading pictures straight from the included smart camera application.

Users can change the lens to a 16mm, 30mm, 50mm-200mm or 18-200mm option as it uses Samsung’s NX mount technology.

There’s no news on UK availability or pricing as of yet, but we will let you know if anything develops.


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