Just a Photographer: Samsung might have had the biggest stand at Photokina, it was also the most empty stand. Next to the fact that the NX1 didn't focus when I tried it. Might be due to the fact that the touch screen can't be turned off, I don't know. It didn't work for me at least.
Samsung seems to be a gadget company, not a camera company. Its just a thing they do too.
well, the biggest stand gets you the option to try out all possible combinations. I wanted to try out things at the Fuji stand (X100T amd the T1 with the new tele lenses) and it took me more time to even get one of the few samples on display not speaking about the desired cmbination.
I took more time waiting at Fuji and Pana then trying out various NX1 combinations
verybiglebowski: This looks like my next camera body. I am curious to see how their sensor will stand against Sony 24 mpx though, because otherwise I like Samsung ergonomics much better than Sony. I just hope they will keep uncompressed RAW option, unlike Sony.
the specs state 14bit depth on single shot and low rate burst and 12bit on high rate burst
tjobbe: Imaging resource mentions the drop of the sensor cleaning on the new one.
As well compared to the A6000 and Nex5 the screen flips up only as on the A5000 so with dropping the accessory port and the top dial this is really more a step-up of the A5000 than a Nex5 replacement despite the sensor upgarde
Does the tiny flash at least allows to trigger any other Sony flash wirelessly ?
well dropping the sensor cleaning on a CSC is indicating that they do not believe that lenses are swapped very often ,-)
Imaging resource mentions the drop of the sensor cleaning on the new one.
marc petzold: If only the prime would be f1.8 instead of 3.5....for 300 bucks the nx-m wouldbe great together with the zoom & the prime lens..perhaps when the successor comes out in 2015...
the 17mm prime IS actually f1,8
123Mike: It costs more and it is not nearly as good as the Sony A6000, which currently is an unbeatable camera ! ! !
well I had LR4 so it was a nice upgrade and I was able to sell my LR4 licence for a few €....still 759,- is more expensive than 729,- (at least that is how it is seen here purely mathematically)
Of course you have to agee with 123Mike :-)
current price NX30 with Kit 729,-€current price A6000 with kit 759,-€
Price for the LR5 licence 85,-€
Bottom line: 100,-€ difference
eozdural: I bought a Samsung NX100 a few years ago and it came with a kit zoom. I want to upgrade to a better body, but if I do buy a body that I want, I have to buy it with another kit zoom. I mean they are all bundled with a kit zoom. There is only one body sold without a kit zoom. This is unique in all exchangeable lens cameras, all brands offer options of buying body only, except Samsung.
Maybe someone can find an example where there is one or two bodies sold separately, or can find a body being sold on ebay, but that isn't interesting for me. If I can't choose the exact new body that I want, without a kit zoom, then I think there is a problem.
was meant to go here
in the UK the Article number is EV-NX30ZZBZBGB
you can buy a body only NX easily...
I did buy one (and the dealer bundled it himself with the new PZ Zoom, which is possible here with the new 16-50 S as well)
well, I am not sure if I shall take that review seriously
no in camera conversion being on the CONS list for all NX since a while but any NX I am using so far does do that....just a copy and paste error ?
YOU can convert RAW in camera by pressing the play button, view the image and adopt via color pallet all RAW params incl an auto conversion
oh... ny NX30 (as the NX20 before) has three dials, one on top, one at the back, one the one on the NX lens....so you can easily configure all you need
ok, so the S2 is the S1 with the J3 Sensor and showing a lens kombination with the new 10-30 that is not offered at all but the unstabalized 11-27.5 already shipped with with S1.
What I do not get is the fact that they dare to release a pure entry level consumer camera with an "optionál" Wifi adapter
Who will buy this ???????
fermatgom: MicroSD storage???
sure, and it comes with a cheap smartphone battery that is larger and priced at a fraction of a normal camera battery pack and guess what... you can buy that spare battery including a charger for less than a fraction of the cost of an original e.g Sony NEX battery
Well.. its cheap Smartphone technology, so what do you expect
Donald B: excellent image quality, shame it hasn't got a evf or even an add-on one.
yes it does ring, but does the LF1 feature any tiltable Screen ?
well, that is what you call trade off ... wanna have both, get a bigger camera as the mechanics for the screen hinge will not allow you to get compact
you forgot to mention that you cannot attach a Battery grip and it lacks lot of buttons and wheels. As well it does not have an ISO hot shoe, no grip and other substancial things that Photo entusiast need
Reason for all that is that this might be targeted at an audience who never heard of things like that....
RichRMA: Why would you need a grip that deep, as opposed to the NX20 grip? So you can get your fingers stuck between it and the lens?
my fingers get plenty of room....no complaints here
try looking thru the view finder with your left eye and you will find the pulled out EVF to be revelation
The benefit of that compared to the GX7 is not the tilting only but that you have your nose no longer stick to the display.
You might as well find the diopter dial now placed in a location where it can no longer accidentially change its setting when you pull the camera out of a tight messenger bag.
when Samsung add Wifi to compacts in Jan 2011 and added it to DSLM a year later everyone was stating "who needs it, will not fly, not want it"
Show me a single 2014 camera that did not include that....
Some ideas they turn out to be crazy, some medioce, some don't fly but they at least come up with fresh ideas
BTW: the new NX mini draws more attention to the DPR public compared to the OM-D E10 when you just count the number of comments
...and remember: any news is good news
marc petzold: Does the Zoom Lens have a Filterthread integrated?
At least, it looks so if you check the picture of the 9-27mm 3.5-5.6 Zoom from the side:
the zoom would have a 39mm thread
jennyrae: lens is big and heavy for m4/3. very expensive. also need very big expensive filter. panasonic need to make compact lens for compact m4/3 cameras. not this. cannot pocket camera with this lens. need light pancake. right @jorge?
Yes, combine this new lens with the GH3 and you get a real compact combination....
@jorge: do you now start a thread about the fact that m4/3 is way to large and to heavy and that the argument that you can get pancakes applied to m4/3 as well as to other mounts ?
I guess what Pana correctly shows here is that a real superior optics can hardly be small and light with fast aperture at same time so I believe that this one is still a reasonable extension to the m4/3 lens set.