Summary: As It should already be clear what they read so far, the Samsung EX2F is the compact ideal for those who simply want to go home with photographs of the holiday or event. It is not as simple and straightforward to use because, what could be its main advantage, the lens f / 1.4.
Pros: Excellent quality of pictures and videos, So many creative features and advanced, Adjustable screen, Optical light.
Cons: The lens is also sometimes too bright, It is easy to use to be a compact. Autonomy is not high.
Conclusion: Is the EX2F as good as a DSLR? Not quite. The EX2F, at the end of the day, is still a point-and-shoot, but a very good one. The camera produces quality photos, thanks to the large sensor and excellent lens. The AMOLED screen is also marvelous, as is the Wi-Fi.
Summary: Like the Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX7, the Samsung EX2F is a solid camera without being spectacular. It builds well on its predecessor and is an attractive proposition in many ways, such as its good build quality, fast and sharp lens, and variety of shooting modes.
Excerpt: In July 2012 Samsung announced the replacement for its EX1 prestige compact in the shape of the Samsung EX2F. This pint-sized, high-end compact is another addition to the electronic giant's growing line of Wi-Fi-enabled smart cameras, and offers loads of advanced features, including full manual...
Conclusion: Samsung’s current fascination with Wi-Fi will please some and leave others shrugging their shoulders. As it stands the EX2F’s Wi-Fi feature is okay, it’s certainly something that similar competitors don’t offer, but it does stick a knife in the battery life.
Pros: f/1.4-2.7 maximum aperture, vari-angle LCD screen, raw file capture, good quality images
Cons: Inconsistent autofocus particularly with close-up focus, Wi-Fi kills battery life, high ISO image quality, limited zoom range, body finish chips easily