At Photokina 2010, Samsung showed off its latest interchangeable lens compact, the NX100. We've poked and prodded it from most angles for your viewing pleasure.
The Korean electronics giant is betting that the user interface on its new NX100 interchangeable-lens cameras will make the company an imaging power.
Lens-swapping is the new black, and the Samsung NX100 joins the compact, mirrorless it crowd.
Samsung's budget little brother for the NX10 boasts an attractive design. Is it too expensive given what the company has cut from the higher-end model, though?
The Samsung NX100 has an attractive, comfortable design and comes in brown or black; white will be available overseas. Like Canon's S90/95, Samsung incorporates a novel lens design, which allows you to adjust settings like ISO sensitivity and white balance via a ring on the lens.
Rumors of the mirrorless system have been floating around for a while, but now it seems there's more concrete evidence of the shooter.
Home and business users seeking an inexpensive ultraportable will be pleased with the well-designed Gateway NX100.
CNET Reviews' Michelle Thatcher takes a first look at the Gateway\r\nNX100. It's the company's first new ultraportable in four years.\r\n
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Gateway NX100: one sleek ultraportable