Boy, has it been a really long time in coming. The Samsung NX100 mirror-less, APS-C (sensor size), camera which was announced at CES 2010 early this year has finally arrived at its destination – we’re talking about shipping commencing for said shooter. With a good nine month gap in between its announcement and shipment, we would not be expecting any problems to arise with this unit since there is ample time to make sure everything runs just right. Just to refresh your memory, the NX100 will come with a 14.6-megapixel sensor, a 3-inch AMOLED display and 720p video recording capability. Each $599 purchase will be accompanied by a 20-50mm lens which relies on Samsung’s NX mount.
If you’ve never heard of APS-C before, this refers to a certain size of sensors for cameras. APS-C sized sensors are typically used in much larger DSLR cameras like my own Canon 50D. That, along with the lens are very important factors leading to the final image quality.
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