Summary: Great camera for the price. The EVF is less useful than I expected. (I have been a DSLR user for years: the NX20's EVF simply does not compare to optical viewfinders.) I tend to use the LCD instead, and the camera's lightness helps a lot. Otherwise, good image quality and satisfactory AF. (IQ is not great in low light.
Summary: Wonderful camera, well built and intuitive. I missed the touch screen feature - I shoot a lot of macro photos, and I like being able to touch the LCD screen to shift the point of focus. I ended up getting the nx30 that has the touch screen feature, and it is a truly great camera that has all the features I could ever want.
Summary: This camera breaks all traditions, being a fully functional android device running a very power 1.6Ghz quad core processor. Being android, this means you can use this camera very much like a tablet, which makes it perfect for travel vacations, in which you are using google maps, searching the web, tweaking your photos with your favorite android photo editor (mine is Aviary), and uploading photos to facebook.
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.
Summary: I wouldn't get this camera at its normal price point, but for the price I got it for, which was around $500, this was a phenomenal camera. It isn't perfect because it has very few focusing points and takes time to adjust the focus, but I have it on manual at all times so it doesn't matter for me. If you know how to use a camera manually, then this camera will be good investment, but if you're just starting out, then I would recommend getting something more simple.
Summary: I just got this camera today and it was from Huppins and i paid for it $555.00. it was said the cam was "new", but i soon as i opend the packaging box, i noticed the Samsung Seal unglued, as if it was open...anyone noticed this issue of it just me? P.S. i gave it 4 stars for now so i can write this review...I'm still testing it and might return it if i dont get explanation from Huppins.
Summary: Many cool features. I like articulated LCDs (Yes, I know this is AMOLED). The EVIL works fine. The quality of the APS-C sensor is good. I like the remote viewfinder option, though I wish it worked with video and not just stills. I do wish the shutter was quieter. For not having to move a mirror around it still manages to make a fair amount of noise, but then I won't be happy until I have a camera that is completely silent. I really hate noise (especially shutter noise.
Summary: In the land of highly competitive EVILs, this one stands out quite well, but at the price point, i am going to be more critical (UPDATE: price has dropped significantly, to the point excellent, at this price, it deserves a one-star update). I won't repeat what people discussed about what they like with this little camera, but i will chime in the followings: Good: - I bought this for the NX lens pancake series.