Conclusion: Terrific Wi-Fi features earn the Samsung NX20 a runner-up spot among compact system cameras. It makes it easy to share and post photos, use your smartphone to control your camera and more. But the NX20 feels sluggish next to its rivals, and its photos -- although very good -- aren't quite up to par with better-reviewed competitors.
Pros: Best-in-class Wi-Fi connectivity, Good image quality overall, Intuitive DSLR-style form and controls
Cons: Sluggish in some ways, Plastic body, Audio quality only fair
Summary: The Samsung NX20 is a wonderful compact camera with interchangeable lenses with NX System and integrated WiFi technology for fast and easy sharing of content (Handy key rapid share, Smart Link). The camera is also equipped with a beautiful AMOLED display and a tiltable EVF SVGA for the execution of wide shots and close-ups.
Pros: Exmor HD CMOS sensor APS-C 20.3 MP, integrated WiFi (Smart Link); Wide range ISO (12800, 7 increments) NX System; rotating AMOLED display, shutter speed 1/8000; High Speed Capture, Movie Full Stereo 1080p HD, System I-Function 2.0; SVGA EVF
Conclusion: Overall, the Samsung NX20 is an excellent camera. Still quality is superb and movies are very good. It’s a good choice for both aim-and-forgetters and those who tweak every image to the nth degrees. However, avoid the high-speed burst mode or you may have to do a reboot. So forget the speeding bullets, stick to more leisurely action and you’ll be in fine shape.
Pros: Top notch stills and quality videos, Excellent iFunction lens with OIS, Superior vari-angle screen
Cons: Forget high-speed burst mode, Occasional focusing issues, Noisy at high ISOs
Excerpt: Since the beginning of the digital imaging revolution, a new generation of photographers has come of age using point and shoot cameras. Amateur shutterbugs have grown progressively more sophisticated over those twenty odd years, but they still want easy to use cameras that produce excellent images with very little effort on the part of the shooter.
Summary: The Samsung NX20 is a great camera, consistently producing sharp images full of detail and realistic colours. It's a joy to use, thanks in part to the i-Function lens system, which makes it easy to adjust the most common shooting controls. However, at around £900, it's expensive compared to its rivals.
Summary: Meet the Samsung NX20. It has the look and feel and (almost the) speed of a dSLR, but it's part of an affordable line of high tech NX System cameras, which currently includes nine lens options. Announced along with its siblings, the NX210 and NX1000, the NX20 boats a huge 20.3 megapixel CMOS sensor, full 1080p HD movies, a 3.0-inch AMOLED swivel display, a 1/8000s Fast Shutter, and a host of Samsung SMART features to make taking professional photos easier than ever...
Pros: Smart Auto shooting mode is accurate and easy in all situations, Dedicated Video Capture Button is always ready to record, Outstanding image quality in all of our images, Image Stabilization helps keep images sharp, 3.0-inch AMOLED LCD is one of the nicest we have seen, Excellent shooting performance, Comfortable and easy to handle camera body, Simple camera controls with enough control for full manual mode, WiFi takes sharing images and camera functions to a whole ne...
Cons: Expensive, will be an investment to get started, Highest ISO settings are not useable, Very short battery life compared to a dSLR, No external audio input
Conclusion: Camera manufacturers have tried to add decent wireless connectivity to digital cameras for the last decade with little success. While the built-in Wi-Fi in the Samsung NX20 doesn’t come close to being as seamless to use as your iPhone, it’s a step in the right direction.
Pros: Finally a decent wireless setup in a digital camera
Excerpt: Easy to use and plenty of possibilities Until recently, photography and dslr cameras didn't remind me of Samsung. Since I had a NX20 in my hands, this has changed. The relatively compact SLR is really powerful, with its 20.3 effective megapixels sensor and a shutter speed of 1/8000 to 30 seconds. The device has an easy fit in the hand, and offers a pleasant control of well-distributed switches and buttons.
Pros: Quite compact but reasonably good grip, Easy operation, Wifi possibilities, Plenty of options
Cons: Standard plastic lens is somehow unnatural, Hard hood around the viewfinder