[IFA 2011] Samsung Introduces 20 MP NX200 Camera a MultiView Compact and a Superzoom with Interchangeable-lens

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The Samsung NX200 is a new compact system camera that delivers professional standard photography. The NX200 features a 20.3 Megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, high speed capture (including 100ms Advanced Auto Focus), wide range ISO (100-12800), HD movie recording, and Samsung’s unique i-Function lens. Samsung have also unveiled four new lenses, which are the 18-200mm F3.5-6.3 ED OIS superzoom, 16mm F2.4 pancake, 60mm F2.8 Macro ED OIS SSA, and 85mm F1.4 ED SSA portrait lens.

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The Samsung NX200 will cost £699 in a kit with the 18-55mm lens or the 20-50mm lens (there’s no body only option), and will be available in September. The 16mm pancake will cost £299, available imminently, and the 18-200mm retails for £699 and is available now. The 85mm and 60mm lenses will be released in October, pricing to be announced.

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  • CollBaxter

    I like the design (Although I am a DSLR person) looks good. Laugh at Samsung products at your own peril. Samsung and LG are the 2 companies I dof my hat to as they have during these difficult economic ties reinvented themselves and their products and expanding the business where as others are pulling in on themselves and will wake up one day and wonder where the hell have all their customers gone. If Samsung want to make a product work they will as they have enough resources and knowhow to do it. Watch the Samsung space.

  • Marvin

    Does it also limit the video length to 30 minutes?

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