Excerpt: The Samsung NX100 is a type of digital camera SLR camera equipped with interchangeable and compatible with all Samsung NX lenses. With regard to the technical specifications, this camera is equipped with a sensor in APS-C size 14.6 mega pixel effective resolution, a 3-inch AMOLED display with a...
Pros: Sensor with respect to a compact size, manual controls, RAW Support, Picture Quality, HDMI, Reflex; Creative Effects; cleaning system of the sensor; functions easily accessible.
Cons: Sensor size compared to an SLR, GPS only optional; few lenses available, No flash, viewfinder only optional; Movies HD video and not only Full HD.
Summary: The NX100’s price is one of its key winning points. For around just £380 – and consider that’s less than some high-end creative compact cameras – there’s a whole lot here for the money and plenty of prospect for expansion too.
Pros: Affordable, stylish, good layout and UI, iFn lenses
Cons: No in-built flash, no viewfinder, poor battery life
Conclusion: The design of the NX100 is no doubt the main area in which changes have been made to give users an obvious differentiation from the NX10 positioning the NX100 more toward the advanced compact market than the DSLR one.
Conclusion: Samsung NX100 system camera review Our first acquaintance with the Samsung NX100 during a press event was already pleasant and we were immediately convinced. We were presented a new system camera with some distinguishing features in an already heavily competitive market.
Conclusion: We really like many things about the NX100, especially the i-Function lens and AMOLED screen. The lack of stabilisation and flash are two things that stand out for us as concerns, and may put some people off buying this camera.
Summary: The ergonomic differences between the NX100 and the NX10 are vast, and as such the NX100 is not a replacement but a more compact addition to the NX system. As far as style is concerned, the NX100 is a unique and elegant camera.
Summary: The Samsung NX100 is a natural evolution of the expanding NX-series, providing a more compact and lighter overall package than the existing NX10 model which competes more clearly with the Panasonic GF, Olympus EP and Sony NEX cameras.