Full Review posted for the Samsung NX100!|
Yazmin Wickham, The Imaging Resource
(Tuesday, March 22, 2011 - 22:43 EDT)
We were eager to get the Samsung NX100 into the lab to see what this new compact system camera could do.
With a curved slab shape, the Samsung NX100 is smaller than past models, and its retractable kit lens helps keep it small. Its 14.6-megapixel CMOS sensor is APS-C sized, and its 3-inch display is a VGA resolution AMOLED, both features brought over from the NX10.
Unlike its larger predecessor, the Samsung NX100 has no flash and no electronic viewfinder, but it does have a hot shoe for attaching an electronic viewfinder or an external flash. We found its interface endearing and innovative, and enjoyed our time with the Samsung NX100, but had a little trouble with noise suppression in the JPEG files.
Our investigation led us to the RAW files to decide whether the Samsung NX100 was only for consumers, or whether it would also work for enthusiasts. Click here to see what we found in our Samsung NX100 review.