Excerpt: I think this camera is seriously underrated and, perhaps not surprisingly, Samsung is to blame: they priced it too high right from the beginning. On paper it's competitive with other top-end mirrorless cameras of the same vintage (Sony NEX-7, Olympus OM-D E-M5). However, it has a couple of pretty significant downsides. The biggest asset of this cameras is its sensor.
Summary: Highs: Top notch stills and quality videos Excellent iFunction lens with OIS Superior vari-angle screen Lows: Forget high-speed burst mode Occasional focusing issues Noisy at high ISOs 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.
Excerpt: Positives: + The camera feels very good in hand and the controls (buttons and wheels) are pretty well placed. It's possible to shoot one-handed without problem with the kit zoom and definitely with pancakes. + The mechanical quality of the camera is good. The camera is easy and logical to use. On the same level with Sony NEX-7.
Cons: Color balance in low light is definitely deficient. When shooting night scenes, I've had to switch the white balance to tungsten in order to get the correct color of the sky. I could have tried the night mode under the scene setting, except I never shoot with auto-scene settings.