Summary: Le Samsung NX10 a beau être le premier appareil à objectifs interchangeables du constructeur Coréen, il s’en sort avec les honneurs. Capable de réaliser d’excellentes prises de vues, notamment grâce à l’excellent objectif pancake 30mm f/2, il souffre de quelques défauts de jeunesse, comme un...
Summary: The NX10 proves it's possible to offer an APS-C sensor and interchangeable lenses without the mirror, prism, and general bulk of a DSLR design. It's a small, likeable camera that is readily capable of matching the image quality of its peers, but a few minor failings prevent it from standing out in a...
Pros: Smallest interchangeable lens camera with an APS-C sensor, Good image quality, Very reliable metering and white balance in most shooting situations, Excellent build quality, Generally well-thought-through interface and ergonomics, High specification for the price, Fast (DSLR speed) autofocus and ...
Cons: Auto ISO will all too readily result in shaky photos, Steep tone curve gives harsh transition to blown-out, white areas (as seen in Panasonic G series), Noise reduction in JPEGS can be destructive (especially in Smart Range mode), Several functions, including playback, unavailable for several sec...
Summary: When comparing digital cameras, it's easy to end up focusing on all of the numbers in the list of specifications, inadvertently forgetting the key ingredient that makes a good digital camera: Great image quality.
Conclusion: Samsung NX10 review With the NX10, Samsung has something new to offer, or actually several things. Not only is it the first camera that the brand has developed all by itself, it is also one of the first cameras on the market with changeable lenses, an APS-C sensor, and without a mirror.
Summary: Movies are where the new generation of mirror-less, large sensor cameras differentiate themselves. While my D90 takes some great video, it is also very frustrating due to a lack of auto focus.
Pros: APS-C large sized sensor, Good auto focus and manual focus, Good noise reduction, Great resolution from the JPEG engine, Good OIS, Auto exposure bracketing option available, Excellent Build quality, Longer video recording time than most
Cons: Larger than other mirror-less camera systems, Face detection not the greatest, White Balance unreliable, Control wheel sometimes skips and is a bit laggy, Clips to white fairly quickly, detail not recoverable in RAW, Uses a Samsung proprietary NX lens mount
Summary: The NX10 is a great first effort for Samsung’s entry into the mirrorless camera market. There are so many features that make the NX10 a pleasant camera to operate. There’s no doubt that the NX10 is a user-friendly camera. And, what’s more, is that it takes pretty good photos.
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Excerpt: The NX10 ($699) marks Samsung's bold entry into the increasingly competitive interchangeable lens camera market. It's designed to go head-to-head with the likes of the Panasonic Lumix DMC-G2 and, to a lesser extent, the more compact (and viewfinder-less) Olympus E-PL1 and Sony NEX-5 cameras.
Summary: In 2005, Pentax and Samsung partnered to jointly develop DSLR cameras. Pentax brought its experience with interchangeable lenses and optics to the table, and Samsung brought its expertise in digital media and semiconductor products.
Pros: Very good image quality, RAW and JPEG options, Built-in viewfinder
Samsung NX10 'Hybrid' 14.6MP Camera (18-55mm OIS Kit, Firmware 1.15)
24 April 2010
Conclusion: The Samsung NX10 is a hit and miss and is not the complete package yet. For a first generation release and from a manufacture that is not known for its digital cameras or video cameras, Samsung has definitely improved in one area (digital camera) but is apparently is not there yet in regards to the...
Pros: Stylish and compact DSLR-like exterior, Fits perfectly for my hands, Construction of camera is top-notch and strong, Beautiful AMOLED display is superior to anything out there, Very good image quality and detail, Autofocusing system is DSLR-like quick, Supersonic Dust Reduction System, Ki...
Cons: Video quality needs improving, Some troubles before upgrading to new 1.15 firmware, Flash overexposed for some shots