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Date: 08/03/2013 | By: Heather

Samsung NX1100 Manual Posted on Samsung Website

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Samsung NX1100 Manual Posted on Samsung Website

It seems that Samsung is popping out new mirrorless cameras faster than reproducing rabbits. Less than a mere year after the release of the NX1000, Samsung has added yet another mirrorless camera to its NX line-up – the NX1100, which is said to be a minor upgrade from the NX1000.

The specs include: a 20.3 MP sensor, ISO 100-12800, a 3-inch LCD screen, 8fps continuous shooting, built-in WiFi, and RAW and JPG shooting.

The news came to light when Samsung posted the NX1100 manual onto its official German website, a link which they’ve since removed. However, you can still find the English manual on the Samsung USA website if you’re interested in checking out the detailed specs for yourself.

Sources: SlashGear, EnGadget, PetaPixel

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