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PostPosted: Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:42 pm 
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Hello everyone, this is the official thread for the Samsung NX100 'EVIL' camera.

See the Samsung NX100 USA page.

We've been testing a final production NX100 for some time with both the 18-55mm OIS and new 20-50mm lenses, and are pleased to share a number of photos and video clips.

See our Samsung NX100 preview!

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Ugh! It has more noise than any budget dSLR on the market, I think!

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Nice to see a Samsung camera being reviewed!

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 Post subject: No stabilizer, either
PostPosted: Wed Nov 24, 2010 3:30 am 
from what I can tell there is no image stabilization, either.


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The stabilisation has to be built-in the lenses. It's available in the 18-55mm lens, but not in the new 20-50mm. I actually found that to be a real problem in my tests and had to reshoot several lowish light handheld shots with the 18-55mm when they were too blurry with the 20-50mm.


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Samsung has put the freedom of interchangeable lenses into a quirky design of a camera that looks like an enlarged P&S, with performance only slightly better. I'm not sure what Samsung's goal is here.

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