Samsung NX10 is a Skinny DSLR
What is a DSLR, but isn’t as big as one, even the smallest Nikon D40/60/3000 or Canon XS/XSi/T1i series? It’s a Samsung NX10 that’s what. Samsung does one thing best, shrinks things and makes them thin (just look at their LED HDTVs). The NX10 does away with all the bulk that is a DSLR and brings a large 3.0″ AMOLED display along with 14.6 megapixels to satisfy all your photography needs.
This isn’t a micro-three fourth camera ala Olympus EP-2 or a Panasonic GF1. It’s a bonafide DSLR with a APS-C CMOS sensor. It forgoes the reflex-mirror and thus a regular viewfinder, but makes up for it all with a nice electronic viewfinder.
As with all DSLRs that have been designed in the last year or so, this one shoots HD video, 720p at 30 fps. Not the 1080p, but what do you expect in such as thin body.
Seeing it here side by side next to the E-P2 just shows off how thin this sucker is. Not only that but it even brings out the elegance of the EP-2 as even more drool-worthy.
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