Samsung have just released a 1.20 firmware update for their NX10 camera with an i-Function feature with an an exceptionally easy way of controlling the camera.
This new feature allows users of the NX10 camera will to have the power to control the camera’s settings including ISO, Speed, Shutter Speed and Aperture, conveniently and intuitively from the lens itself, something not possible on other camera lines. Making it faster and more accurate when shooting photo in manual mode for example.
The NX system firmware upgrade provides compatibility with a range of innovative lenses and accessories to further enhance the user’s experience.
The lens line-up available to NX10 users will also include a compact zoom 20-50mm lens to provide both high image quality and portability and a small and light 20mm wide angle Pancake lens, with the updated Graphic User Interface (GUI) to support the i-Function lens technology.
Additionally, the GPS tracker enables photographers to capture their exact geographical location in real time using geotags, tagging the coordinates and city name.
The city names can be displayed across 76 countries and the display capability includes the name of the city directly on the screen, which means that users can now sort their images by location.
Via Akihabara NewsFiled Under: Camera News