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.
Pros: Very good image quality, Quick start up and quick auto focus, AMOLED screen is very bright and sharp, Battery life is very good, Very nice mix of easy to use automatic features and manual control features
Cons: Menu structure could be a little easier to use, Will find occasional problems with noise in photos, Not enough features for most experienced photographers
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: As far as Micro System Cameras go, an NX10 strongpoint is undoubtedly its price. Not because it’s ‘cheap’, but what it offers (for sub-£500 in many stores) is a savvy and accessible price-point that ought to see its deserved success.
Pros: AMOLED screen, built-in EVF
Cons: AF a bit sluggish, No Mac support for Samsung-own Raw converter software
Summary: It is always a brave decision to launch a new camera system, but I think that the NX10 and NX system have a bright future. The adoption of an APS-C-sized sensor will appeal to those demanding the quality of a DSLR camera in a compact design.
The Samsung NX10 is the perfect option for users who want SLR-like performance in a compact size
Good Gear Guide.au
5 October 2010
Summary: The Samsung NX10 can do the job of a digital SLR, but it's smaller and a little more affordable. It's an interchangeable lens camera that doesn't skimp on features -- you get a built-in flash and an EVF -- and it can take very clear and vibrant photos.
Pros: Small size, APS-C sensor, built-in EVF and flash, easy-to use menu system, snaps clear and vibrant images
Cons: AMOLED screen doesn't tilt or rotate, didn't always find the correct focus point in close-ups
Conclusion: Samsung have obviously focused on many of the details with the NX10 and it is a slightly surprising result, especially as you can get this camera for less than £500. The menu system is accomplished, with very few layers to get through to find what you need.
Pros: Menu system, comes with viewfinder and flash built-in, compact, image quality, value for money
Cons: RAW shooting is a little slow and clunky, the video offering isn't great
Summary: After 25 years of reviewing photographic products, I am as cynical as anyone of the camera makers' innovations. But I think they are really onto something big with system cameras like this Samsung and the Micro Four Thirds system.
Pros: Size, Feel, Picture quality, Rich colours, Exposure system accuracy and consistency
Cons: ISO3200 performance not great, Autofocus could be inconsistent in multi-point operation