updated 06:30 pm EDT, Thu August 26, 2010
Samsung to unveil NX100 camera at Photokina
Samsung has revealed a teaser page for an upcoming NX-series digital camera that it will debut at the Photokina show in Germany on September 20. The camera is believed to be the recently leaked NX100, though it hasn't been named as such in the teaser. It will be introduced by Samsung's Digital Imaging President, SangJin Park.
The camera is said to be a big deal, and reportedly "take the camera industry by storm." It is rumored to compete against Micro Four Thirds cameras and sport an APS-C sized sensor inside a nearly compact-sized camera body.
At the start of this year, Samsung revealed the NX10 digital camera, which features a 14.6-megapixel sensor and a three-inch AMOLED preview screen. The NX10 can shoot 720p videos in H.264 format and has an HDMI output, while image stabilization is available through the lens. [via PhotographyBlog]