Samsung Galaxy NX
Announced Jun 20, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 4.8″ screen | APS-C sensor
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Hi, i got Samsung Galaxy NX as birthday present from my sister. I like it but sadly the Electronic Viewfinder is (EVF) not working. When i peek on evf, the display indeed turn off but nothing happend in EVF. I read the manual it should automaticly turn on the EVF. I already check the display select at auto not main display. I also reset the camera third times already, but not solve the problem. Is there any tips that can fix the problem before i take it to service center?
By: w george (Jul 10, 2016)
By: zaurus (Oct 31, 2015)
I've got the FotodioX Pro FD(n) to NX adapter which works with my NX100. However, it does not work with my Galaxy NX. Which FD(n) to NX adapter works with both? I would like to avoid modifications to the adapter or glueing down the pin on the camera body. (I realize there is no menu item to enable "shoot without a lens" which is a pity).
When I put the Galaxy NX in Manual mode and set the exposure to work with my external strobes (I'm using a wireless trigger), the screen goes very dark. I presume this is the NX simulating my chosen exposure settings. But that makes framing and focusing difficult, since the screen is essentially black. Is there a way to configure the camera so the display only simulates the exposure when the shutter is pressed - or not at all - to make framing and focusing possible? Bonus Question: Does...
So I recently purchased a Galaxy NX as well as the 16mm f/2.4 & 30mm f/2 pancake lenses.I reckon the 30mm should make for a good general-use lens and the 16mm has me covered for landscape shots but I feel that only having those 2 lenses would leave me a little limited, so I'm looking for maybe one more to round off my set. Obviously, in an ideal world, the 16-50mm S f/2-2.8 and the 50-150mm S f/2.8 would probably be the best lens combo available for the NX range, covering all the bases so to...
First hello to all, posting from Chiang Mai Thailand.I know this camera is a few years old but it's new to me as I just got it on a recent trip. 3 main reasons I decided to buy this one over so many others on the market was having a sim slot very large screen and running Android and I believed it took great photos. Well what I have found out its great talking photos as long as its sunlight out or bright lights for night it sucks no matter the mode and the flash his useless. The big problem I...
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