Samsung Samsung NX100

London UK

Looks very nice. Need to read up on the spec as it seems different to most.

The world's first camera to control key functions such as aperture, ISO and white balance via the lens has been announced. The Samsung NX100 also boasts one of the fastest AFs on the market, ISO 6400, 720p HD video recording. Housed in a small body, the mirrorless camera also features a 3 inch AMOLED display and a battery life of up to 420 shots.

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Image sensor: 14.6 Megapixel APS-C size CMOS sensor
Lenses: Samsung lenses
Display: 3.0inch VGA AMOLED Display
ISO Equivalent: Auto, 100-3200, Extension settable 6400
Shooting modes: SmartAuto, Lens Priority, Program, Shutter Priority, Aperture Priority, Manual, Scene, Movie
Scene Modes: Beauty shot, Children, Close Up, Text, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks, Beach and Snow, Night, Portrait, Landscape, Sports, Sound Picture
Movie Recording: 720P HD Movie Recording
Storage media: SD, SDHC (Up to 32GB)
EVF: Optional
GPS: Geo-tagging with optional GPS Module (GPS10)
Battery life: Still: 420 shot, 210 min (CIPA standard) Movie: 130min
Dimensions (WxHxD): 120.5 x 71 x 34.5mm (excluding the projection part)
Weight: 282g without battery

Samsung Standard Zoom Lens (20-50mm F3.5-5.6 ED) specifications

Focal length: 20-50mm (equivalent to 30.8-77mm in 35mm format)
Elements in Groups: 9 elements in 8 groups (1 Aspherical lens, 1 Extra-low Dispersion lens)
Aperture: F3.5-5.6 (Min. f22), circular aperture diaphragm
Minimum Focus Distance: 0.28m
Filter size: 40.5mm
Dimensions: 64 x 39.8mm
Weight: Approx 119g

Samsung Pancake Lens (20mm F2.8) specifications

Focal length: 20mm (equivalent to 30.8mm in 35mm format)
Elements in groups: 6 elements in 4 groups (1 Aspherical lens)
Aperture: f2.8 (Min F22), circular aperture diaphragm
Filter size: 43mm
Dimensions: 62.2 x 24.5 mm
Weight: Approx 89g


Hi Djarum

Am waiting for my NX100 IR converted with a Full Spectrum Filter. It had two IR blocking filters inside and when both were removed gave faster shutter speeds.

The Full Spectrum was chose so I could use my 4 Infrared filters on it too including a Color Hot Mirror Filter for regular photos

Here is the First photo from it ( in poor light) where it was Converted--->>>


Cheers for Years