Excerpt: The EX2F has a preset mode for taking backlit shots, and it handles most backlit subjects well. Click through to see the untouched image at full size.
Pros: Tactile dials make the EX2F’s manual settings easy to dive into. Smart auto setting does a good job of reading the scene. The f/1.4 lens allows for nice shallow depth of field. 12-megapixel sensor captures good-looking photos.
Cons: Not-so-smart editing and export — I’d often simply re-take photos with my iPhone so I could edit them in Snapseed and upload them to Facebook with a caption. I’d be willing to compromise image quality for a more integrated, quicker editing and uploading experience.
Excerpt: When we're contemplating paying a lot of money for a premium product, we don't want to be forced to make compromises. With that in mind, the EX2F looks promising. Its oversized 1/1.7in sensor distinguishes from cheaper cameras, and its f/1.4 lens is as bright as you'll find on a compact camera. There's comprehensive manual control, 10fps continuous shooting, a hotshoe for an external flashgun, a 3in fully articulated screen and integrated Wi-Fi.
Summary: Mit der Samsung EX2F haben die Südkoreaner ihre zweite Digitalkamera mit einem extra lichtstarken Objektiv am Start. Wie die Kompaktkamera im Bildqualitätstest abschnitt und welche Vorzüge sie hat, verrät der Test von PC Welt.