Summary: In early 2014, Samsung announced the world's slimmest and lightest ILC, the NX Mini. Dubbed the the "selfie" camera, the NX Mini is a compact SMART camera available in five different leatherette finishes -- white, pink, mint green, brown and black.
Pros: High image and video quality, Battery life is excellent, Touch screen is handy for changing settings, Can use NX lenses with adapter, Burst modes perform very well, Attractive in-camera filters, External flash shoe, Shoots in RAW mode, Wink and smile shutter work well
Cons: Kit lenses offer narrow zoom range, Minimal lens offerings (two official options at the time of this review), Auto focus can be slow and inaccurate, Manual focus is awkward, No thumb dial to ease navigation, Built-in flash is weak, External flash shoe is proprietary, Face recognition didn't alway...
Summary: The Samsung NX mini is an impressive camera purely because of the amount of technology that Samsung has managed to place inside such a tiny body. The system may be small (no pun intended) for now but the lenses currently available for the mini are of a high quality, and the camera is capable of...
Excerpt: The quest for the ever-smaller camera never seems to end. For its part, Samsung recently unleashed the NX Mini ($400, street, with 9mm f/3.5 lens), which is one of the smallest interchangeable-lens compact (ILC) cameras you can buy.
Summary: For £300, Samsung's NX Mini boils down to a brilliant snapper that fits in your pocket, but its versatility in its interchangeable lenses is also a mixed bag. You're likely to stick with the kit lens that it arrives with, as Samsung's lenses are rather costly, and if you really want true flexibility...
Summary: The mini is a curious thing. It has a Wi-Fi connectivity and a flip-up LCD hence this suggest that it is meant for social-driven users. It has plenty of features that is likely to be cared about by a user and can be appreciated by anyone.
Samsung NX Mini Review: Handiest Mirrorless Camera We’ve Ever Tested
24 June 2014
Excerpt: We review Samsung’s NX Mini! In today’s post point-and-shoot world, a camera needs to offer more than just being able to take photos to be able to succeed. That’s one of the reasons mirrorless cameras are taking off, as far as marketshare is concerned.