jonathanj: "Samsung is certainly an ambitious company, and its efforts have paid off with a global mirrorless market share that only falls behind Sony. "
I'd be very interested to see the source for this.... I mean, I'm a happy samsung user with 3 cameras and half a dozen lenses purchased - I think the products are great, but I don't know anyone else who uses them (other than on this site), and I've seen maybe 2 dozen samsung mirrorless cameras over the last 3 years. I would never have thought that samsung is outselling olympus, panasonic, and fuji? Genuinely astonished if this is the case!
Yeah, Korea would make sense (although even when I was in Seoul looking around tourist sites I saw significantly more MFT cameras than Samsungs...) but the rest of the world? I also don't trust Amazon figures - I looked at that list and the NX300 also appeared around the 30th position.I think Samsung cameras are great but they need to be realistic about where they are in terms of sales, they have a long way to go to reach the level of Sony's sales. (Although I personally hope they make it eventually, by continuing the ongoing development of better lenses and bodies.)
"Samsung is certainly an ambitious company, and its efforts have paid off with a global mirrorless market share that only falls behind Sony. "
Is it possible to view albums in alphabetical order yet?! Until they can get simple things right, I'd rather stick with the default gallery app...
jonathanj: It looks like the NX30 uses a different battery from the NX20 (and NX10), is that right? Is it the same one in the Galaxy NX or a totally new one?
@itkovian yeah, i know it's not super important, i just wondered as i have spares plus chargers. @ everyone else, thanks for the info!
It looks like the NX30 uses a different battery from the NX20 (and NX10), is that right? Is it the same one in the Galaxy NX or a totally new one?
@dpreview staff, please please comment on the general operating speed / buffer size when you do your first impressions review. I have the NX20 and am very happy with it except for the small buffer and the way the camera locks you out from changing settings whilst an image is saving. Some info on whether samsung have finally implemented a large buffer would be very welcome in helping potential upgraders decide!
Well, it's nice thay my photo won, but I posted it quickly without thoroughly reading the instructions .. now I look back I see that I (and most of the other entrants) misunderstood the rules. I'm not sure whether it should be counted or not but thanks to everyone anyway!
Thank you for a very comprehensive review delivered extremely quickly! Sorry to point out 1 (very minor!) point, on the wi-fi page, where next to the screen shot of the app you say:"• Remote Control - operate the camera from your phone or tablet. The mode is limited to iAuto only, but you can specify your desired focus point and set a self timer."But later on down the page it's clear this mode works in PASM modes too. Did you copy that bit from the E-P5 Review? :-)
It's a fascinating country, and actually surprisingly easy to visit (as long as you're prepared to join a tour, or pay for a private tour). I went on a one week tour earlier in the year, my (inferior!) photos are on google plus, if anyone is interested https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/116304752992793995407/albums/5887016584571990241 (and click on albums for more) Edit : link corrected
Personally, I'd vote for the Samsung NX20, but I know nobody cares about samsung cameras... that aside, almost all of these cameras represent significant advancements or genuinely new concepts - except for the 650D, E-PL5, and A57? Not sure why you couldn't cut it down to a top 10, maybe.
Anyway, as I haven't owned any of these cameras I shouldn't really vote, but that doesn't seem to stop anyone else - so +1 for the RX100 as being, in my opinion the best compromise yet between size, quality, functionality, and price.