Excerpt: The ergonomics are intuitively designed. Very easy access to change settings like ISO, f-stop, shutter, and white balance. My biggest complaint is that I am a pro photographer who changed careers, and thought that this might replace my Nikon bodies for the few things I still shoot.
Pros: Easy to Use, Great Resolution, Large Clear LCD
Nice n easy, get into photography, mirrorless camera
Michael Hutchins, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: Great start camera, takes great shots for what i need it for, so light and easy to use, fast FPS rate. i am new to amature photography and this has, and is a great learning experience. I feel it can be taken anywhere and just using the auto, take some nice snaps, has a great feel about it..
Summary: I liked the camera, but sent it back and bought the nikon d5300. Did this because more lenses are available for the nikon. The samsung worked great, picture quality was very good and its size is nice. If it had more lenses, more pixels, a gps and longer battery I would buy it
I couldn't figure out if there was a way to sharpen it or if it was just like that. Samsung support was no help
12 November 2014
Summary: Overall this is a really decent camera that can contend with the other DSLR's out there. One quick tip that has caused me a lot of grief- Out of the box the viewfinder was extremely blurry. I couldn't figure out if there was a way to sharpen it or if it was just like that.
GREAT for photos, NEEDS HELP with external mic audio
Daniel Johnson, Amazon
30 October 2014
Summary: I originally rated this 1 star because video recorded with an external mic plugged into the 3.5mm jack produces tons of hiss (camera has horrible preamps, which is common across all brands of DSLRs).
Summary: I've had Canon, Sony, and Panasonic digital cameras recently, but never a Samsung. And while I like the quality offered by some of the fancy DSLR type cameras, I really hate carrying heavy things. So this seemed like a good compromise.
Summary: The leading mirrorless right now without a doubt under $1k is the Sony A6000. I had the pleasure of trying it out for a short period of time and loved the quality of the images. Before that I had the NEX 6 which was, in my opinion, the best mirrorless before the A6000 came out.
Summary: I am a constantly learning amateur photographer. I decided to take a long shot and replace my Nikon D3100 with the Samsung NX10. Same size censer. Lens prices were less. I ordered the NX11 and the only problem with it was I was unhappy with was the video had a jelly effect if you move around too...
Nice Wifi Features, Maybe Not the Best Choice for Serious Photographers
Mary Jo Sminkey "15 years of Amazon Reviews!", Amazon
26 June 2014
Summary: This is a very nice entry into the world of mirrorless, interchangeable lens cameras. It sort of fits between a cheaper camera for the point-and-shoot crowd, and a camera intended for a really serious amateur or pro like the Fujifilm X-T1.