There have been many sloppy launches in the past few years and this is another. After having the manual hosted online for a couple weeks Samsung decided it was finally time to make an official unveiling of their new NX1100 camera. This Samsung similar to the previous model will offer a 20mp APS-C sensor, 3″ 921k dot display, high speed capture and built in Wi-Fi. The camera also likes its predecessor can record 1080P but this one does it with full manual control as well as a mic input for better audio.
It’s actually quite difficult to pick up on the differences between this new model and the NX100 which I presume it will replace. The camera includes the same 20-50mm kit lens but the NX1100 will include a hotshoe flash. Along with the flash the only other new included item will be Lightroom 4.4 which is a slick deal. Especially for those who aren’t sporting the popular software (like me!).
The only press release at the moment is from B&H and they’re also the first to have it for pre-order for $699 . Since the “old” NX1000 will now be selling at discounted prices like this recent expired deal from Woot so keep your eyes peeled.