Samsung NX11

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The Samsung NX11 was introduced in late 2010 as a very minor revision to the NX10, with which Samsung had introduced their mirrorless NX system of digital cameras. The most notable change was support for Samsung's i-Function lenses, switchable so that the focus ring can be assigned for use as an extra control wheel adjusting other shooting parameters. The NX11 also offered a slightly restyled handgrip. Other features such as the bright AMOLED view screen and a 14 megapixel Samsung-manufactured sensor remained the same. The apparent pentaprism hump is simply a nod to traditional camera styling, as the camera uses a 920,000-dot electronic viewfinder for eye-level viewing.