The Samsung Galaxy NX is in the history books as the first Android interchangeable lens camera from a major/serious manufacturer and it has picked up another review at Digital Camera Review.
Samsung however has not priced this as a mass market seller. Even after a few months, it still sells for more than the sum of its parts, $1400 as body only and $1500 with the 18-55mm kit lens as you can see at B&H Photo and Adorama and Amazon.
A double feature sensor evaluation at Dxomark, the NX1000 and NX1100 mirrorless cameras have been evaluated and their lab test results along with comparisons to other cameras are ready to go. As Dxomark’s decision to review them together foreshadows, based on the test results, they appear to be using very similar (if not the same) imaging sensors.
Android time now with a new review of the Samsung Galaxy NX mirrorless iLCie at Thephoblographer.
As of the time of writing, the NX body only is selling at an early-adopter price of $1600 at B&H Photo and Amazon and Adorama.
Samsung NX system action now with a new review of the NX-2000 at Optyczne.pl which you can also read in computer translatese.
Samsung has yet to win over photographers, despite their large footprint in smartphones and other major consumer electronics segments, but it’s not for lack of reviews. The NX cameras are getting their “fair share” of reviews, here is a new look at the NX300 at Quesabesde which you can also read in computer translatese.
As of the time of writing, the best value appears to be this Samsung NX300 w/20-50mm and 50-200mm for $570 at B&H Photo (ends 11/23/13).
NX action now with a new review of the Samsung NX-1100 at Optyczne.pl which you can also find in computer-translatese.
As of the time of writing, you can get the white NX1100 w/20-50 or black NX1100 w/20-50 for $300 at B&H Photo. The camera box includes Lightroom on a DVD-ROM (a Samsung and Adobe agreement, similar to what Leica does with Adobe software). It does not state which version..
Samsung is starting to carpet bomb the interchangeable lens camera too, and one of their latest bombs in the Samsung Galaxy NX, an Android powered NX-system interchangeable lens camera system thing. And it has been reviewed now at Engadget.
What is a bit wacky is that Samsung has priced this for $1600 as body only and $1700 w/18-55. It’s like they took the price of an unlocked flagship smartphone, added to it the price of a mirrorless NX camera and then added a surcharge for blending them together. Very strange pricing indeed!
The first Android interchangeable lens camera from a major manufacturer is the Samsung Galaxy NX and its review is waiting for you at ePhotozine. Just don’t ask what’s the price
The first interchangeable lens camera is the Samsung Galaxy NX, with an insane starting price of $1600, and this camera has now been reviewed at Photography Blog.
Samsung time! One of their latest models is the NX300 and said model has been reviewed at Imaging Resource.
As of the time of writing (and only for a limited time) you can get the white Samsung NX300 w/20-50mm in white by OneCall at Rakuten.com.
The first Android powered interchangeable lens camera is the Samsung NX and perhaps it is only fitting to be reviewed at a tech/gadget blog since it straddles the world of photography and smartphones. Here is the new review at Pocket Lint.
Not sure what Samsung is/what thinking, but the pre-order price for the body only is $1600. Add $100 for the NX with the 18-55 lens.
One more review is in for the Samsung NX2000, yet another one of many NX-system cameras. This is a fairly short review at Trusted Reviews.
As of the time of writing, this camera with the 20-50mm lens goes for under $500 but as always, keep in mind that prices can change at any time and for any reason.
Following the launch of the first wave of Android 4.x digital cameras, Samsung is now pushing on with the launch of the first interchangeable-lens camera-system smartphone-camera-phone-thing! It is the new Galaxy NX and it has its first completed review in english at Trusted Reviews. Can the Galaxy name pull the NX system out of obscurity?
As of the time of writing, this is listed at B&H Photo but there is no price and no pre-order yet.
Samsung time once again! Samsung can’t complain about not receiving camera reviews. They just have to face the hard truth that their cameras have a hard time connecting with photographers outside Korea. Even in Korea, Sony has a higher market share in mirrorless.
With that as a semi-necessary intro, here comes a new review of the Samsung NX300 APS-C mirrorless camera, it is waiting for your pixel-peeping attention (Imatest charts) at Photo Review.
Samsung time once again! A new review is now out for the Samsung NX300 APS-C mirrorless camera by Kirk Tuck at Visual Science Lab.
If you can get it at a lower price, as of the time of writing, you can get the black NX300 with 20-50mm for $617 as Open Box at Adorama. Note this is open-box!
Samsung is not shy about releasing new models left and right and one of them left and right models is the NX-2000 mirrorless camera which got reviewed at good old Steve’s Digicams.
Back to the Samsung NX2000 we go with another review of the camera at Photography Blog.
Samsung mirrorless cameras may not be getting as much attention from the enthusiast/advanced/professional photographers, but they can’t complain about not received reviews. Here is another review of the Samsung NX2000, this one published at Digtial Camera Review.
Back to the land of the Samsung NX system we go with a new review of the NX2000 mirrorless camera at Thephoblographer.
Back to the Samsung NX system we go with a new review of the NX-300 at Digital Camera Review.