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(FT3) UPDATED Samsung NX-10 launch delay?


Latest rumors do say that the Samsung NX-10 could be announced a little later than expected (final announcement on January 10?). The camera was expected to be announced in December. Let’s see what happens!


Source: redcrow (dpreview forum)

I got more updates of NX10.

1. Samsung will start teaser ad. in next week in Korea.
2. Samsung will announce AND launch NX10 in next several weeks.
NX10 will be launched into the world market at the same time.

3. Some NX10s have been delivered / will be delivered to camera review websites/magazines.
They are asked to zip their lips until the official announcement.
4. Samsung keep working on stabilizing the firmware.

NX10 has an interesting feature.

It has burst mode. (Up to 30 shots with 7 fps). It seems to be similar feature with K20D’s, I guess. But I didn’t hear how it works.

  • This is the future of digital photography. The SLR is outdated and on its way into the grave. APS-C sensors in a compact body are what we are going to see from every manufacturer soon enough. For pros who need the size to counterbalance massive zooms, imagine the functionality and processing power you could jam into a D3 body without the mirrorbox….

  • drj


    mostly agree with Greg, though things may need a couple of years : some pros currently have m43 as a secondary daily camera. In order for this to happen at a greater scale and the crowd to be convinced, I guess that they will need a «Canikon» badge in the front (they however ought to hurry up because time is a decisive factor).
    Two more personal thoughts: 1 – just hope that the next generation of Panasonic sensors will allow for higher isos + an extended dynamic range (things may change if Fujifilm happen to come with its version of the m43 approach) ; 2 – recently had the opportunity to have a look (but not to manipulate) the Ricoh GXR : originality might well be successful this time and I personally hope that some manufacturer will have a more careful look at the Sony R1: a breakthrough concept camera but also a marvelous tool for street photography (many of the advantages of the Rollei viewfinder but in a modern-style camera).

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