Announced May 1, 2013 •
20 megapixels | 3.7″ screen | APS-C sensor
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I know the NX2000 buffers out pretty quick when shooting in 8fps mode. How about in the 5fps second mode? I am hoping it can go continuously in JPEG until the memory card fills. I checked all over the forums and in the manual, but no buffer stats for "Continuous Normal" are listed.
I currently have an NX1 and an NX2000. Both are wonderful cameras, but even the NX2000 with 20-50mm lens is a bit on the large size. I want something small enough to slip into a pocket. Sure I have a cellphone camera, but there's no zoom and the quality isn't all that super. What is the current best compact camera that Samsung makes?
By: shiaoyentz43 (7 months ago)
Hi guys, I am new to photography. Recently I bought NX2000, and I pretty disappointed with the image quality it has produced. I thought it was a matter of lens. So I want to buy a new lens, and I have decided between the 30mm f2.0 vs 45mm f1.8. I mainly use the camera for street photography and human interest. Sometimes I want to do product photography. So what lens suits me up perfectly? Thank you!
By: mjkshots (9 months ago)
Posted to: Open Talk
Hi, I might possibly enter the world of mirror-less cameras, I am a Canon shooter and have a lot invested in L glass, Don't worry I do not plan to get rid of my eos bodies :) but would like to have a tiny little camera in my shirt pocket :) My question, I have long lenses that do not focus unless they are powered by the camera. I HAVE been looking at the Samsung nx500 body and looking for some adapters to use my eos lenses. I can't seem to find any adapters that allow auto focus, this is bad...
I am putting together some clips that were taken last year with an NX2000. There is a low humming, pretty obnoxious actually, that occurs often. I can watch the same clips on my laptop and there is no humming noise. The hdd failed on my xps8300 in January and a new ssd was installed. Before the failure, there was not the weird noise issue. The computer is running a realtek hd audio driver, and I just updated the driver but still the same annoying sound. I don't have this camera anymore but I...
By: YCemAygun (Dec 19, 2014)
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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