Television ad shows supposed Samsung NX100
Rumors of the mirrorless system have been floating around for a while, but now it seems there's more concrete evidence of the shooter.
Rumors of Samsung's next mirrorless system camera, the NX100, have been floating around the Web for some time. But now, it seems there's more concrete evidence of the shooter. The blog Photo Rumors spotted a TV advertisement from National Geographic that featured the Samsung NX10, but at the end of the clip, there were three other cameras that aren't in the NX lineup.
The white camera looks similar to what was leaked online last week, and other sites such as PetaPixel have reported that it is likely the NX100. The design bears a striking resemblance to the Panasonic Lumix DMC-GF1, and the top of the shooter appears to have an electronic viewfinder. This indicates that there is probably an accessory port to fit additional peripherals on the camera.
As for the other two snappers, it's hard to tell if they are the same as the white version, though the design looks very retro and reminiscent of a rangefinder shooter.
Well, the biennial imaging tradeshow Photokina is happening next month in Cologne, Germany, and we presume Samsung will announce its new NX snapper by then. So keep a lookout on CNET for more information.