Last month, rumors surfaced that Samsung would be releasing a mirrorless NX1100 digital camera in the near future. Those rumors were just substantiated by Samsung itself, which posted a manual for the camera on its website ahead of the camera’s official unveiling, giving us a detailed look into its specs and particulars. Check out a picture of the device after the jump.
According to the manual, the Samsung NX1100 features a 21.6-megapixel CMOS sensor and a 3-inch TFT LCD display with VGA resolution. Focus is comprised of contrast auto focus, as well as single point/free selection focus, 15 to 35 point multi-point focus, and face detection that can spot up to ten faces. There’s also a green auto focus lamp to help ensure images are crisp.
ISO has a nice range from 100 to 12,800, and there are the standard modes: Single, Continuous, Burst (limited to 5-megapixel shots), Timer, and Bracket. Images can be taken in JPEG and RAW format. Burst mode ranges from 10 to 30 shots per second, depending on setting. There are 10 white balance modes, including Tungsten, Cloudy, Fluorescent, and Custom, as well as micro adjustments Amber, Blue, Green, and Magenta.
As for video, movies can be recorded in up to 1080p, with both 24fps and 30fps options available. There are several scene modes, such as Panorama, Sports, Children, and Fireworks. In addition, there are smart filters for adding effects, including Miniature, Fish Eye, Sketch, Vignetting, Halftone Dots, and Old Film. Audio is recorded in stereo.
[via Photo Rumors]