Samsung NX300 Review

May 13, 2013 | Mark Goldstein |

Review Roundup

Reviews of the Samsung NX300 from around the web. »

The Samsung NX300 is the top camera in the Samsung NX range, its popular and innovative Compact System Camera (CSC) series. The previous camera at the top of this range was the Samsung NX20, which is more akin to a DSLR thanks to a chunky hand grip and electronic viewfinder. The Samsung NX300 does away with these features, but on paper it’s still the most impressive NX camera to date.
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The Samsung NX300 follows on from the NX210 and is the new flagship model in the company’s NX-series. Have the latest developments and improvements made it a better performing compact system camera for the audience it's aimed at?
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Samsung has been an active presence in the photography market over the past few years. In fact, the company's established position in electronics, particularly the smartphone sector, has been used to good effect in its NX series of compact system cameras. The company has led the way when it comes to features such as a built-in Wi-Fi, and small cameras with good connectivity are popular at the moment. The new Samsung NX300 is the fourth instalment in a viewfinder-less CSC line, replacing the NX210.
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The Samsung NX300 is this years update to the Samsung NX210, and introduces a large 3.3inch 760k dot tilting touch-screen, improved focus speed and slightly quicker continuous shooting, as well as a new two-tone design, available in black/brown/white and silver.
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It's got the same sized sensor, the same resolution, and bears more than a passing similarity to its predecessors. So what's so great about the NX300? Plenty.
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