Conclusion: For casual video capture, the Samsung HMX-QF20 is an admirable camera that won’t break the bank. It’s easy to use once you overcome any touchscreen phobias, and offers abundant manual settings and other in-camera features to explore. But there’s nothing overwhelming about what’s inside the HMX-QF20. No one will be blown away by the amazing image quality here.
Pros: Wireless sharing and backup, Lots of built-in features and adjustments, Easy-to-navigate UI, Manual focus is a nice feature
Cons: Still image quality is poor, Surprisingly feels too small, Wireless sharing is clunky, LCD can’t handle direct sun, Hard-to-control zoom