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Camera reviews : Samsung NX10
Dennis Hissink : July 7th 2010 - 15:20 CET
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SamsungSamsung NX10 digital system camera review : Samsung makes a lot of stuff, including cameras. In the past, they were actually Pentax clones. At least on the outside they were clones, because Samsung has made sensors for a longer period of time. If you only make clones, you will not be taken very seriously as a camera manufacturer. So Samsung developed its own model. It has a few similarities to previous models. Despite the fact that you can change the lenses on the Samsung NX10, it is not even a digital SLR camera.

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How different the concept may be, Samsung has given the NX10 a traditional design. I actually find that too bad, because without a mirror you have a lot more freedom to make a new design. Now it’s a shrunken SLR. The rounded forms are remarkable, and give you the idea that the Samsung NX10 is especially aiming at the female photographers.

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Samsung NX10 review
The Samsung NX10 looks like a regular DSLR and that is also how the control works. The only thing that you notice while controlling the camera is that you cannot look through an optical viewfinder. Everything is pretty self-evident for the rest, even if you are used to working with a compact camera, you don’t have to think too hard about how to control the Samsung NX10.

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Samsung camera reviews : NX10
Together with the NX10, Samsung has also introduced three lenses for the new system. The other Samsung (and Pentax) lenses only fit onto the camera with a special adapter. Samsung announced that another five new lenses will be coming shortly. The most interesting lens that is now available is the 30 mm pancake, because it makes for the most compact system. That is indeed a big advantage of a mirror-less system. We tested the Samsung NX10 with the 30 mm pancake, among others. Our findings can be read in the following Samsung NX10 camera review.
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