Conclusion: Overall, the Samsung GX-20 is well-priced and well-put-together. It is an attractive, solid unit, both in terms of its build as well as its performance, and it is unlikely to disappoint. Highly recommended.
Excerpt: The Samsung GX-20 is one of the latest Digital SLR cameras from the company. This 14.6 Megapixel camera is fitted with an enhanced digital filter and a wide range of exposures. It has an advanced anti-blur feature that has been achieved with the help of its powerful Optical Picture Stabilisation. It also has an advanced dust removing system.
Excerpt: Pentax and Samsung enjoy a 'technology partnership' in the digital SLR market, so it shouldn't be too much of a surprise to discover that there are plenty of similarities between their cameras.
Summary: The tweaks and reworked menus can’t hide the fact that the GX20 is basically the same as the Pentax K20D. But the K20D benefi ts from the Pentax brand cachet and has a couple of useful features missing here, which leaves the GX20 in a kind of no-man’s-land.
Summary: At first glance the Samsung GX20 simply looks like an incremental upgrade of the GX10, with relatively few additions on offer apart from the headline-grabbing 14 megapixel resolution. Whilst the increased image size is certainly worthy of attention, Samsung have made a substantial number of improvements underneath the surface that add up to make the GX-20 a really compelling DSLR camera.