One charge lasts the whole day and it is very good for sightseeing and other day trips
Vivek Kommineni, Amazon
17 August 2014
Summary: This camera does everything you need it to do and it is very energy efficient. One charge lasts the whole day and it is very good for sightseeing and other day trips. The Low ISO came in very handy at museums that did not allow flash photography, while everyone was putting away their cameras I was able to snap away.
Summary: This thing is great and has all the bells and whistles you need to get into photography. My only disappointment was that Samsung seemed remove this camera from their lineup and it does not support a shutter release.
Excerpt: A quick note on a few highlights of my experiences with this camera; a mix of good and bad. The menu navigation of the main menu is peerless and a model for others to follow. The flashy transitions between shooting modes are a terrible idea badly executed. The responsiveness during RAW shooting is nigh impossible to work around if you are accustomed to shooting a series of shots with different settings in quick succession. Otherwise, not an issue.
Summary: Amazing product. Clear pictures with the kit lens, very low noise till ISO 3200 and THE BEST user interface I've ever used on this size of camera. For $600 it's hard to find anything better.I shoot RAW and really don't have any problems with the camera writing speed.
Excerpt: First off, the real lowball reviews of this camera here sound like cranks without substantial or real-world basis. The focus guy just goes on and on about tangential issues (a zoom lens isn't necessarily inferior to a prime and doesn't force 'high ISO making photos look bland') and was never able to prove any of his problems on the forum with his weird videos. The fact is, CDAF will never be spot-on 100% of the time in low light or against non-constrasting subject areas.
Summary: I purchased the Samsung NX100 a year ago and was very impressed with its performance. When the NX200 was announced, I knew that I wanted it but at $900 the camera was too much at the time. Thankfully, the price dropped so I could afford it. And, let me tell you, at less than $600.00 - the NX200 will compete against all comers. The APS-C size sensor gathers more light than its micro 4/3rds competition and the autofocus proved more than sufficient for me.
Summary: Originally I was very excited about this camera, the reviews were outstanding for this product, but only after 2 months of use , I have to say it was a really bad choice, and do not believe the reviews. Here is my review(complaints) of this camera after 2 months of non stop use, I have made this in point form or my text would just be too long.
Excerpt: If you want to know more about the Samsung NX200 camera and its lenses, check this video on youtube. Samsung just made a test video for providing their camera and lenses. It is pretty helpful for users who are considering of buying a Samsung camera. http://www.youtube.com/watch?