Summary: I wanted to get into photography and my requirements for a camera were under 500$, mirror less, interchangeable lenses, at least 20mp, and needed to have the settings of a DSLR like ISO, aperture, shutter speed. Etc. And this package had it all and I got mine for 230$.
very pleased with this as a lightweight alternative to my nikon ...
Casual Triathlete, Amazon
25 February 2015
Summary: very pleased with this as a lightweight alternative to my nikon dslr. Nothing will replace my Nikon but having this for hikes and traveling is going to take a big load off - plus i can use a smaller tripod since it won't need to hold up as much weight. this camera does great in full manual mode.
One charge lasts the whole day and it is very good for sightseeing and other day trips
Vivek Kommineni, Amazon
18 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...
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.
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.
Summary: It's a great camera that has most of the features of a DSLR without the weight. My gripe is that when using it in low light situations, the lack of a remote shutter makes life a bit more difficult as the work-around requires using the release delay feature but for "bulb" settings this becomes a...
Pros: Ease of use, great screen, excellent low light performance, good image performance and the ability to connect to other optical equipment such as telescopes.