Samsung NX mini Review

June 5, 2014 | Mark Goldstein | |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Samsung NX mini from around the web.

ephotozine.com »

The Samsung NX Mini is a new mirrorless camera from Samsung, with a 20 megapixel 1inch BSI CMOS sensor, a compact camera body and has been introduced with a number of compact lenses. The camera has a tilting 3inch touch-screen and built in Wi-Fi for sharing to social networks and smartphones. The Samsung NX Mini is available for £399 with a 9mm f/3.5 pancake lens, and comes bundled with Adobe Lightroom 5.
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pocket-lint.com »

If there's one thing Samsung is known for, it's spotting a gap. Not only a gap in the market, but often also a gap in its own products. You only need to look at the range of screen and panel options in its phone and tablet line-ups to see this, with almost every dimension between four and 12 inches safely in the bag.
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digitaltrends.com »

Samsung gets the cheers for designing an incredibly small interchangeable lens camera, and it’ll fill a niche with select customers, especially the selfie generation. Photographically, it isn’t strong enough to replace cameras with larger sensors.
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techradar.com »

The compact system camera has been around long enough now that we're starting to see more and more from each manufacturer. At first they were seen as something to take on the mighty DSLR, and while that's still true, there's also a growing number of smaller compact system cameras which find their competition more readily within the compact arena.
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