To provide photographers with a broader perspective about mobiles, lenses and cameras, here are links to articles, reviews, and analyses of photographic equipment produced by DxOMark, renown websites, magazines or blogs.
With a 20.3-Mpix APS-C CMOS sensor, touch screen NFC Samsung’s Galaxy NX2000 is a new intermediate entry-level model sitting between the NX1100 and NX300. Read on to find out if it has enough to compete with mirrorless models from Sony.
In their annual update to the NX**** series, Samsung have launched the NX3000 mirrorless hybrid camera. Boasting a 20.3Mp APS-C sensor and a 3.0in ‘flip-up’ LCD screen for the perfect ‘selfie’, is this compact system camera one for the mass market?
Samsung’s Galaxy NX is the world’s first large sensor, mobile-camera hybrid with interchangeable lenses. Read on to find out if this innovative newcomer has what it takes to compete with rival mirrorless offerings.
Kit lenses aren’t the most exciting models in a maker’s line-up but, with its i-Function feature, this is one of the more interesting and better made of its type. But, how well does it perform optically? Read on to find out.
Samsung is one of the few makers with the capability to supply sensors for its own mirrorless cameras. The Wi-FI enabled finder-less NX300 and NX210 are just two of such cameras from the consumer electronics giant featuring an APS-C size 20.3Mpix CMOS image sensor. Read on to find out just how well these cameras performed in our lab.
Samsung kick off 2013 with a new flagship model in their NX series of mirrorless hybrid cameras, the NX300, alongside a new 45mm f/1.8 prime lens capable of 3D stills and video capture. Featuring a 20.3 megapixel APS-C sensor, articulated touchscreen LCD and Samsung’s SMART CAMERA technology the NX300 continues Samsung’s integration between their digital cameras, smart phone and computer tablets with built in wireless functions for easier image sharing.