Samsung NX10 Review
Adam Scorey, editor of Digital SLR User Magazine reviews the Samsung NX10.
The whole point of the Samsung NX10 is that it's small enough to fit in your pocket and delivers great images. It's all about grabbing the moment.
One thing that's particularly good about it is it has an APS-C sensor and 14.6 megapixels so in terms of it's size the NX10 really does punch above it's weight. Image quality is very very good even at high ISOs.
Despite an electronic viewfinder the NX10 boasts interchangeable lenses and the optics really are superb. These are fully featured lenses with image stabilisation and manual / auto focus options and they handle really well.
Menus are typical Samsung, clean tight and easy to navigate. This camera kind of makes you think differently about your photography. This is about jumping out of your car and grabbing a few shots with out the faffing of a DSLR. You have all the same modes as a DSLR such as nigh, portrait, sports etc, but it also has a smart mode which recognise the scene and sets up the camera accordingly.
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