Summary: I have worked with/on computers and electronics for over 20 years. I am a novice photographer. Although plastic, body is tight and sturdy. Nice compact size. Good heft to hold on to. Controls (dials and buttons) are easy to reach. Good egronomics. Battery life/time is good.
Summary: This is the best camera you can find. It is comparable to other cameras on the market, but this not only cheaper but you gain more features. The only slight downside to the camera vs other Samsung Point and Shoot cameras, is that you have to take out the battery to charge it.
Summary: I really like how this camera feels and overall I'm satisfied with the picture quality. The amoled screen comes in handy in bright situations but the one gripe I have with this camera is that the bayonet mount on the kit lens is made of plastic and is quite flimsy.
Excerpt: I've had this NX10 for a few months now and I am very satisfied, and surprised by its capabilities. Before having it I was using standard DSLRs such as 550Ds and 40Ds. Initially the NX10 was a camera without much of a raison d'etre, costing as much as the average low-mid end DSLR, however, now it...
Excerpt: Picture Quality: Terrific frankly, nice clean shots up to ISO800 suitable for your big enlargements, a little bit noisier at 1600 but still fine for 8x10s or more, 3200 maybe for emergencies only - there's a NR function you can switch on that kicks in at 3200, but if you want to get technical best...
Summary: Having been reading up on most cameras since the release of the Nikon D90 on dpreview.com I finally thought the NX10/NX11 was my perfect camera. And having it for a week now I'm pretty pleased with it.
Summary: This is a great camera for those stepping up from point and shoot's. It comes with a set of lens that allows you to take great photos and videos. my only con would be the fact that video length is only 25 minutes.
Summary: This camera, the Samsung NX-10, is not Macintosh friendly. I made movies with it, and transferred them to my Mac (MacBook running OS 10.6.5) via USB. But neither Quicktime (ver 10.0) nor iMovie'O8 could fully import the files.