Samsung GX-20 Review

July 24, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 4 Comments | |

Samsung GX-20The Samsung GX-20 is the second mid-range DSLR camera from the Korean consumer giant. Born out of a close collaboration with Pentax (who have an almost identical camera, the K20D), the 14 megapixel GX20 offers a host of improvements over its predecessor, the GX-10, including more megapixels, a larger 2.7 inch LCD monitor, Live View mode, ISO 100-6400, Dust Alert System and an X-sync socket for studio flash systems. Retailing at £750 / $1399, is the Samsung GX-20 the right DSLR camera for you? Mark Goldstein found out…

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#1 Marek

Thank you for this review.
The DNG sample files are especially noteworthy and useful for my private assessment of this photo-camera.

1:45 am - Wednesday, October 15, 2008

#2 Don

Excellent review, thanks--but! I can`t help thinking thinking something is very wrong with all the photographs. They seem very fuzzy/ blurred at the distance as though the camera has been focusing at the foreground each time. I cannot believe for one minute that the camera would only be capable of producing poor images as these. I have seen many examples with this set up and the results have been far far superior than these, sorry but that is the way I see it.

12:02 pm - Wednesday, November 5, 2008

#3 Piotr

Very disapointing not to include description with ISO at sample miniatures.

8:07 pm - Wednesday, December 17, 2008

#4 Jure

I have this perfect photocamera now for 6 month. No problems - even in hard rain.

I just wonder
why is this the only serious test/review on internet.

10:04 am - Thursday, May 7, 2009