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Samsung Debuts NX10 Camera With Interchangeable Lenses

First out of the gate for Samsung for CES 2010 is the NX10 digital camera, which we first heard news about back in December. The device seems aimed for the Micro Four Thirds (a compact alternative to the DSLR) market, currently marked by the Olympus E-P1 and some of Panasonic's shooters.

Though the NX10 leaves you with a digital viewfinder (unlike SLR cameras), the compact 14.6 megapixel NX10 cam does offer interchangeable lenses and a high quality APS-C sensor. While the ability to add lenses is great, it does mean you'll have to invest in a full set of lenses to take full advantage of the camera. We've heard that 18-55mm, 50-200mm, and 30mm lenses will be available. The cam's AMOLED viewing screen is a sizable 3 inches, and the NX10 will let you shoot 720p video.

The NX10 will be available in Noble Black and Titan Silver coloring schemes. No word on pricing or availability yet, but stay tuned for more coverage and hands on at CES.

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