Got a chance to fondle Samsung’s latest DSLR, the GX-10. This hefty camera uses D-XENON lenses and it’s about the size and shape of the Canon Digital Rebel XTi. The body is quite heavy but this unit wasn’t taking pictures so I couldn’t get a good handle on its capabilities. We do know it has a 10-megapixel monster 2.5″ LCD and more.
* OPS (optical picture stabilization) Shake reduction with image-sensor shift mechanism
* Dust-free CCD with dust removal system
* Impenetrably built, resistant to water, sand, or other potentially harmful materials
* Field of view 95%, bright PentaPrism viewfinder (0.95x magnification)
* Brightness adjustable and wide-angle view 2.5″ TFT LCD (210K)
* Raw file format support (including converting)
* Continuous shooting of 3 pictures per second (up to memory full)
* Support high sensitivity ISO 1600
* TTL phase-matching 11 points wide AF
* TTL open-aperture 16 segment metering system
We’re getting one in for review soon, but here she is in the flesh.