The NX10, Samsung's first mirrorless camera, was smaller than a DSLR, but it still looked like a DSLR. The NX100 does not—it's all flat surfaces and gentle curves and even sticks a manual control on the lens itself.
It's half-a-DSLR, half-a-point-and-shoot, but a whole load of trouble, because Samsung's NX line is yet another confusing hybrid camera format. This leaked video shows off the rumored NX100, which you can see in white over on the right here.
The compact Samsung NX10 is official this evening, with many if not all of the features we saw leaked in December making the final cut in time for some hands-on time at CES.
Samsung is the new Sony: Constantly pumping out new formats the world doesn't need, like their Hybrid NX cameras seen at PMA, apparently finalized in the NX 10 here. Here's the problem with it:
While the young models accompanying this product aren't quite as comely or overtly busty as those of its Trigem Little Lluon+ competitors we showed you last week, Samsung rolls out its response, the MX10 Mini PC. Its specs are similar, matching the Lluon's Core 2 Duo processor, but doubling its RAM to 1GB and adding…