Samsung NX2000

Announced May 1, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3.7 screen | APS-C sensor
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As the title suggests, is there any way to do it with NX2000 or other NX cameras in it's range? Video mode sets the camera to auto ISO, but auto ISO is limited to 3200. I know almost no one uses those high ISO modes, but they might be useful in video, just for the sake of documenting an event (planning a night fishing trip soon). Also since video modes are downsampled from full sensor readouts, noise would be much less visible, albeit moving...
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Hello I have some questions for those who have a NX Mini. - Does it have that function, called "i-zoom" on the other NX, that crops the picture to simulate a zoom ? - I see its 9-27 lens only has one ring, can you focus manually with it, or does this ring only affect the zoom ? - A last question (related to my topic How good is the 20-50mm for close-up ?), if I want to shot mostly both landscapes and bugs, should I take a NXMini with 9-27 or a NX2000 with 20-50 ? They are about the same...
Alaskangal99
By: Alaskangal99 (1 month ago)
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I've had my NX2000 for a year now and can not get macro down.  Anyone else have this problem?  On the macro setting the focus is not crisp if the camera allows you to take a picture.  It usually can not get the image into focus and the camera will not allow you to take a picture.  Can anyone recommend a macro lens?  TIA. Amy In Alaska!
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I know this will sound silly, but it has been driving me crazy: Is there any way to set the exposure compensation during video recording in NX2000, especially in aperture priority mode? I know you can adjust the aperture value during recording using the wheel, and it shows an exposure gauge right next to it, but there is no way to adjust that. If you adjust compensation before recording, it is reset when the recording starts (except in the Program mode, in that mode the last adjustment stays,...
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Ive come to the conclusion that I want one of three and I am struggling to decide. Advice please.Sony Alpha A5000--$435Sony Nex 3N--$300Samsung NX2000--$300Thanks
theeassassin
By: theeassassin (2 months ago)
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Worth it for $330?
OwenT
By: OwenT (2 months ago)
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I've done a lot of research and both the K-50 and the NX2000 will give me what I want as far as performance. I'm leaning toward the Samsung because it's smaller, lighter and cheaper. The only thing that makes me go back and think about the K-50 is the matter or weather sealing. I hope to take this camera into the backcountry fairly often, that's why I started looking at mirrorless, reduced bulk and weight but I need something that will hold up even if the weather doesn't. I'm not sure if I'll...
bichpm
By: bichpm (4 months ago)
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I've noticed a lot of thermal noise with my new NX2000 when taking long exposures! Even subtracting dark frames, I still have 2 big stains causated, I think, from the "writing led" and from the display that is always turned on! I made a comparison between my new NX2000 and a hard used NX100 in the same environment and with the same settings, the dark frame generated by the NX100 looks almost totally black. Instead my dark frames looks like this (30s, ISO6400, no NR,daylight WB). Please, other...
tvdfh
By: tvdfh (4 months ago)
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Hello folks i own a samsung nx2000, i want to use the pc auto backup feature, the problem, is for some reason, i can't use the bundle cd, long story short, i need your help to get the i-launcher/pc auto backup software, if somebody can upload an iso of the bundle cd or upload the needed software, this will help me a lotthank you
MadMacGB
By: MadMacGB (4 months ago)
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Hi All Apart from my 2 5dmkIII and few prime L's I have NX2000 which I use when I'm on holiday or going for a walk with kids. I have 16mm and 30mm pancakes. After I came back from my last holiday I decided it would be nice to have a zoom lens which would cover me from 16mm to 50mm. I had 20-50mm before but this doesn't cover my wide angel needs. 18-55 it's way to big. Now I have perfect solution PZ lens. But is it? Could anyone tell me how does it compare to 16mm pancake? Is it much softer...
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