Samsung NX Hybrid Digital SLR Camera Release Soon

Samsung Digital Imaging Co., Ltd based in Korea used PMA 2009 as the global launching pad for the NX Series, the company’s revolutionary new family of hybrid digital cameras. A new Samsung NX Series digital camera offers the performance and image quality of a DSLR and the portability and convenience of a compact point-and-shoot. Samsung’s new NX Series bridges the gap between a DSLR and compact point-and-shoot digital camera by combining the benefits of both in one new model.

Like conventional DSLRs, the NX Series utilizes an APS C sized image sensor providing a much larger surface area to gather light and produce higher-quality images than comparable digital camera systems. Unlike a DSLR, the NX Series does not feature a mirror box and employs an ultra-precise Electronic Viewfinder (EVF). The use of an EVF has allowed Samsung engineers to significantly reduce the size and weight of the new camera system by decreasing the distance between the lens and image sensor (flange back) by approximately 60% compared to traditional DSLRs. In addition to utilizing the EVF, consumers can also take advantage of the camera’s Live View functionality to frame their shots on the NX Series’ high resolution screen.

The first model of Samsung NX Series hybrid digital camera will be available in the second-half of 2009, but we don't get information where dealers market it will can buy and price information or additional details of this DSLR camera. (source: cameratown)