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Samsung NX100 – Samsung’s answer to PEN, GF1 and NEX
in on September 14 2010

People looking for more options in ‘big sensor, small camera’ market – rejoice! Samsung has entered the fray of ‘compact’ form factor interchangeable lens cameras with their new NX100. The Samsung NX100 takes the stuff that made the NX10 (from earlier this year) great, and fits everything into a smaller, less SLR-esque package that may seem familiar if you’ve seen the Olympus PEN series, Panasonic GF1 or Sony NEX cameras.

Samsung NX100
(Interchangeable lens camera)

14.6 effective megapixels (APS-C CMOS sensor, 1.5X […]

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Olympus comes up with new PEN E-P2 kit; two new Micro FourThirds lenses
in on August 31 2010

Olympus has just come up with a limited edition ‘all-black’ PEN E-P2 kit (two for countries outside the US), which comes with a black PEN E-P2, limited edition black 17 mm f2.8 pancake lens and your choice of a basic external flash OR external electronic viewfinder.
They’ve also announced two new lenses for the Micro Four Thirds system (PEN and Panasonic users rejoice) which cover the telephoto end of the focal range. The 40-150 mm f4.0-5.6 lens will go for $300 […]

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Sony unveils four new digital SLR models; three new lenses
in on August 24 2010

Sony introduced two pairs of new digital SLR cameras today dedicated to the entry-level SLR market. The first pair, part of Sony’s new SLT series, feature their new Translucent Mirror Technology which uses a translucent mirror to pass light to both the autofocus sensor and CMOS simultaneously. Since the mirror doesn’t need to move (Sony has substituted the optical viewfinder with an electronic one), it allows the SLT camera bodies to be smaller and the cameras can continuously shoot/focus more […]

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