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Samsung Kenox GX-1
France Version française
Photos by MFL text by MFL. From the collection of MFL. Last update 2019-10-19 par Michel Rochevalier.

Manufactured or assembled in Corée from 1997 to 2002.
Index of rarity in France: Rare (among non-specialized garage sales)
Inventory number: 9570

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Chronology of cameras Samsung 

The Samsung Kenox GX-1 is a manual focus SLR with motorized film advancement.

The Kenox GX-1 reference was for the South Korean market.
Outside the Korean peninsula, it was sold under Samsung SR 4000 reference.

According to the user manual, the system associated with the camera body is composed of:
    - 4 lenses:
      . one fixed focal lens (50 mm f1:1.4)
      . three zooms (28-70 mm f1:3.5-4.5 ; 28-105 mm f1:3.5-4.5 ; 70-210 mm f1:4.0-5.6)
    - a dedicated GN 24 TTL flashgun (ATL-240) that attaches to the hotshoe, the reflector is not adjustable
    - a remote control for remote triggering
    - 2 eyepieces with correction (-3 and +1 dioptres)

In addition to the 24 x 36 mm format, the Kenox GX-1 allows 13.3 x 36 mm panorama shots via a push button located under the soleplate that makes appear two masks between the shutter blades and the film.

Two measurement modes are available: center weighted metering and spot metering.

The lens mount is specific. Despite a lens mount design strongly inspired by the AF Minolta mount, Samsung did not preserve compatibility.

Samsung Kenox GX-1
Avec le 50 mm f1:1,4.


Samsung Kenox GX-1