Excerpt: After my previous comment, I am attaching a couple of pictures I took with the NX Mini with the NX-M adapter, and the Pentax 70mm f2.4 Limited with Samsung-Pentax adapter. On the NX Mini, this lens becomes an incredible 190mm f2.4!! I love this lens on the NX300, where it is a perfect portrait lens, equivalent to 105mm, with a quite small size, considerably smaller and cheaper than 85mm f1.4. In fact, it is my favorite lens on the NX300.
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
Cons: No Peaking Wmanualfocus, No Peaking W Manual Focus, No Viewfinder
Summary: So far I am enjoying using this camera. I actually was pretty prepared not to like it, however the quality of the fixed lens and the screen on the back are excellent. The camera responds reasonably quickly and the various modes have worked well. The feature that I felt was a bit of a gimmick, having the flip up screen for taking selfies, turns out to be actually a very nice feature and selfies (especially those with friends) look much better when you can make sure you're...
Excerpt: I have used many cameras in the last years. At the end I have chosen Samsung NX system because of the quality, size and price of its lenses, mainly prime lenses. I also have the NX300, and only use fixed lenses: 30mm f2.0, 10mm f3.5 (fisheye) and Pentax Limited 70mm f2.4 (with adapter).
Pros: Easy to Use, Good Battery Life, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD, Small / Compact
R.S. Eisenberg "Keeping it real since 1959", Amazon
24 July 2014
Summary: The prevailing impression I have of this camera is that it is identity challenged. On one hand, it is absolutely full of high-end features when combined with the overall quality of both construction and performance make for a solid high-end workhorse. But there are other aspects that don’t fit- essentially the aspect of marketing itself to the pop crowds, the casual user for whom selfies are a main function. Then there are the colors….
Summary: A great camera to take pictures with but the image quality is not that great. My review will be broken up into categories: HARDWARE Of course, a slim design also means you'll have to put up with some limitations. There are only a few buttons on the rear, and they're adorably small. They're adequate for petite hands, but many adults will need to use a fingertip to do things like accessing the menu, switching to a different mode or reviewing captured images.
Summary: Cute, works great, takes AMAZING photos. The only reason I didn’t give it five stars is because, in my opinion, these are not user-friendly or intuitive. I’m used to my iPhone for pictures and I love just about everything Apple makes (okay, everything) and am used to things that are intuitive.
Summary: I was fairly impressed by this camera and lens. The setup is pretty easy. The photo quality is good but it takes JPG only. The autofocus is fast. The noise ratio is not bad up to about ISO 800. I would have liked to see the ability to do RAW capture. The touch screen works well and has a good viewing angle. The 9mm lens included is fairly sharp and works but of course has no manual focus.
Summary: I am totally in love with this little camera, it's my to go to camera! I love how light and how clear and sharp the photos comes out of this tiny pocket size camera, the smart mode is great! I highly recommended this wonderful camera!
Summary: This is a very impressive camera. The build quality is excellent. The lens works perfectly and the images are really really good. I'm not much of a photographer but my shots with this camera are among the best I have ever taken. The operation and controls are quite easy to manage. The touch screen is awesome. The feature to flip the screen forward and then wink at the camera for self or group shots is quite cool.