Samsung’s award-winning NX10 compact system camera has been updated. We look at the improvements made in the NX11
- 14.6-million-pixel APS-C CMOS sensor
- 3in, 614,000-dot AMOLED screen
- ISO 3200
- 921,000-dot EVF
- i-Function lens compatibility
- Panoramic mode
- Street price around £470 with 18-55mm kit lens
Samsung NX11 review – Introduction
When we named the Samsung NX10 as our Advanced Compact System Camera of the Year in our 2011 AP Awards, we did so because it strikes the ideal balance between good image quality from its 14.1-million-pixel, APS-C-format sensor, and the build and handling that one would expect of a DSLR.
The launch of the even more compact NX100 saw the introduction of a faster AF system to the NX range, as well as the new i-Function lenses. These new optics have a button on the side that allows certain exposure and shooting settings to be controlled via the lens, making adjustments quick and easy to apply.
Back in January, at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), Samsung announced that the NX10 was to be updated, and the new model would be called the NX11. The new camera would be based around the NX10, but the upgrades would include many of the features of the NX100.