Samsung has unveiled five new lenses for their NX interchangeable lens camera system increasing the number of available NX lenses to a grand total of ten.
The new 16mm F2.4 pancake, 85mm f/1.4, 16-80mm and new versions of its 60mm f/2.8 macro with image stabilization (O.I.S.) and 18-200mm lenses are all compatible with Samsung’s unique i-Function system, a technology that allows the user to use a lens ring to adjust shutter speed, aperture, exposure compensation, white balance, and ISO sensitivity.
The new NX lenses will be released over an 8-month period from May to December 2011. Samsung’s NX camera system offers DSLR shooting advantages – a DSLR sensor and interchangeable lenses – in a smaller package by doing away with the pentaprism or pentamirror found in traditional SLR cameras.
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