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On article Samsung NX20: First Impressions (82 comments in total)
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Kiril Karaatanasov: Weird why did Samsung mess up so bad?

screen...they barely got to parity with nex-5 the gel technology has benn in nex for quite some time now

Outdated viewfinder 800x600 what is this? Are we living in 2006?

The nx200 sensor brought again..why?

...and to top it all built in eye-fi card....only 8fps?

These are examples of DOA release. Samsung should bring someone from their phone division to manage the camera business.....

That's right. There's no need to jump on this bandwagon when there are bigger ones to scramble on to.

Off you go! I hope the NEX lives up to all of your expectations. :)

Link | Posted on May 1, 2012 at 04:08 UTC
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Gesture: Some of the comments are amazing. The NX 5/10/11 is one of the best-designed contemporary cameras. Period. The only thing I see comparable is the Panasonic GH2. From what I read, Samsung's sensor isn't quite up to snuff, esp. higher ISO. Still, for everyday photography, the NX10 image quality is excellent and it has favorable pictorial quality. The main thing I would improve is the manual focus assist. Panasonic does it quite well.

I own the NX10. It is still running strong ever since I bought the camera in May 2009.

I can honestly say that the image quality is on par with DSLRs. dpreview's NX10 test shots are out of focus and hence not representative of the sensor's capabilities - there have been a lot of complaints about this on the Samsung forums but to no avail.

I have also won 3 company photo competitions with this camera. This in competition with others wielding "better" DSLR bodies. I think the NX20 will be a winner.

Link | Posted on May 1, 2012 at 03:58 UTC
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