Samsung’s New DSLR Shakes Its Image Maker
Among the varied featurea of the GX-10, Samsung’s latest addition to its new DSLR line, is a dust-removal system in which the camera vibrates its own CCD sensor when you turn it on. Other features of the 10.2 mega-pixel camera include Optical Picture Stabilization (OPS) and a Penta Prism viewfinder with a 95 percent field of view.
Like the Pentax K100D, released last month, the GX-10 OPS resides inside the camera body as opposed to the lens, allowing for compatibility with multiple lenses. This should come in handy when Samsung releases five new Schneider D-XENON lenses by the end of the year.
The camera can also capture and display images in RAW format which, as the name implies, is unprocessed, but can be converted into a JPEG in-camera if the user so desires. The LCD screen is 2.5 inches and holds 210,000 pixels, the better to view those unprocessed images. The three image per second continuous shooting mode will capture as many jpeg images as memory will allow or nine RAW images.
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