Back in March, we were treated with Samsung's latest camera, the mirrorless NX1100, which is the successor to the company's NX1000. A month after its unveiling, the company is now shipping the camera to those interested in Samsung's latest interchangeable-lens offerings. However, the NX1100 will set up back $600, so check your pockets first before going for it.
The NX1100 packs in a 20.3MP CMOS sensor that can shoot 8 frames per second in either RAW or JPEG formatting, with up to a 1/4000 shutter speed. The ISO can be cranked all the way up to 12,800 if need be, and videographers out there can use it to shoot full 1080p HD video. The NX1100 sports a 3-inch display, as well as built-in WiFi.
Plus, you can grab companion mobile apps for the camera, either on iOS or Android. As for the kit lens, you're looking at a 20-50mm f/3.5-5.6 lens, which isn't anything too special, but what kit lens is these days? However, the camera comes with an external flash in the box to give your photos a little more pep and zing.
If that's not enough of a deal, though, Samsung is throwing in a free copy of Adobe Lightroom 4, which normally costs a whopping $125, but if you snag the NX1100, you don't have to pay a dime for it. Plus, if you're even remotely thinking about jumping into the photography profession, Lightroom is a great tool to have at your disposal.