Chris Tofalos: "Professional standards made simple..."
Is that so? There's no EVF! I can't see any serious photographer, let alone a professional, keen to use a camera waved at arms length all the time.
Sony have shown the way to go, what their users clearly want, with an incredible super hi-ires EVF in the NEX-7. The NX200 is virtually a complete waste of time without one; a white elephant!
Yeah, and your comments in return are fair. And I'm certainly not going to defend the NX200 (both because it wouldn't be my type of camera anyway and I think it's hard to fully judge any camera before it's released.) Because an EVF is actually important to me as well (to each their own) I'm more curious to see what the NX20 brings when it comes out.
Always wanted to check out the Oly system. I'm sure Panasonic does things fine as well buy I am always a sucker for the Classic camera companies.
I think the Sony NEX series has by far the ugliest design of all the ILC style cameras (NEX-7 design is better than past models.) Unfortunately for me I feel like this new Samsung looks a little too much the same.
People demand smaller camera bodies yet apparently (above) complain when there is no EVF (BTW Chris, NEX-7 may have the EVF but also has a much higher price.) Personally, I will take the SLR design of the NX10/11 over either of these. Oh well, at least the Samsung lenses are pretty decent (size & quality.)