Samsung last week announced they were introducing a second digital SLR model for 2006. The new entry level GX-1L, which is part of Samsung’s Advanced Series of digital cameras, will debut sometime this year and no price is currently been announced.
The six-megapixel GX-1L, said Samsung, is an interchangeable lens model and uses the Schneider D-XENON 18mm~55mm lens as well as many Pentax DSLR lenses and KAF2 and KAF mount lenses. Features on this model, which was jointly developed with Pentax, include a five point, wide area auto focus system, a three-mode metering system, eight scene modes, an auto picture taking selection mode, a high speed shooting mode of up to 2.8fps and a 2.5
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