In addition to its already-announced basic zooms and 30mm pancake, Samsung promises a handful more of kit essentials for the yet-to-be-released NX10.
Lori GruninSenior Editor / Advice
I've been reviewing hardware and software, devising testing methodology and handed out buying advice for what seems like forever; I'm currently absorbed by computers and gaming hardware, but previously spent many years concentrating on cameras. I've also volunteered with a cat rescue for over 15 years doing adoptions, designing marketing materials, managing volunteers and, of course, photographing cats.
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I find it very interesting that Samsung is planning to ship a non-OIS version of a very standard kit lens, and that it is being released so soon. I think that probably indicates the company is having trouble hitting a good price on the OIS version of the lens, and that they need a cheaper lens to get a kit price low enough to compete with the $600 E-PL1. Even if you're excited about the prospect of the NX10, you really shouldn't buy into a camera system until you've seen the price of its lenses, and made sure that the company will actually deliver on them.