Business Wire reports today that leading up to next month's annual Consumer Electronics Show in Vegas, Samsung has announced the release of the latest camera in its successful NX family, the mirrorless NX11, as well as the ultra-slim WB700, a high-end point-and-shoot.
Samsung says the NX11 contains a feature set similar to its first mirrorless interchangeable lens camera, the NX10. However, the NX11 is also compatible with the new i-Function lens that was introduced for the NX100.
The NX11 will come with an 18-55mm i-Function lens, as well as two new i-Function lenses: a 20mm pancake and a 20-50mm zoom silver color lens.
It has a 14.6-megapixel image sensor, a 3-inch LCD screen, and 720p HD video. It will retail for $649 when it hits store shelves in February.
The WB700 comes with an ultra-wide Schneider Kreuznach lens with a 24X zoom function, made up of an 18X optical zoom and 1.3X Smart Zoom.
It also has a 16-megapixel sensor, full manual control, and full 1080p high-definition video capability. The camera is expected to be released in April and sell for about $300.
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