Samsung NX300 20.3MP CMOS Smart WiFi MIrrorless Digital Camera with 20-50mm Lens (Black)
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- 20.3 megapixels CMOS Sensor
- SMART features - Social Media Upload, E-mail, Direct Link, Mobile Link, PC Auto-backup, Remote Viewfinder, All share, Cloud Service
- Hybrid Autofocus System
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Description for Samsung NX300 20.3MP CMOS Smart WiFi MIrrorless Digital Camera with 20-50mm Lens
The Samsung NX300 Smart Compact System Camera combines performance, connectivity, and convenience in a small package that lets you take your video and photography to a new level. The camera's 20.3-megapixel sensor captures incredible color rendition and detail, while an interchangeable lens mount offers versatility. The NX300 also features 3D technology for both still shots and video and built-in Wi-Fi, making it easy for you to get the shots you want and share them with all your friends.
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Pictures are fantastic, you will not be disappointed. Tons of settings you'll probably never use. Trust the auto setting.
The video can be shaky, especially if you use the stock lens. You'll need an OIS lens to stabilize it to get that professional video feel. Even though the video can be shaky with a non-OIS lens, you get that genuine home video composition in a high definition picture.
The flash is not built-in, but it does come with one.
The wifi works, but isn't very intuitive. I tried pairing with a nexus 7 (2013) tablet to transfer the photos and video. It doesn't always pair... that could use some refining. It might work more seamlessly with a Samsung Galaxy phone or tablet, I happen to have an iPhone 5, which it doesn't work with.
I wholly recommend this camera as your new family camera to capture all those important moments; birthdays, recitals, childbirths, retirements, vacations, trips to the beach, to the lake, to the mountains, camping, a friday night of pizza with the family. It's going to be with you and your family for a long time.
Lastly, I can't stress this enough.... buy a 2nd or even 3rd lens. Whether it be the ultra-wide angle, the ultra-zooms or the OIS lens. These are all high-quality lenses, they will not disappoint, they will enhance your experience.
Aesthetically, it's a beautiful looking device. People will ask you about it.
I like this camera for many reasons. First off, the learning curve was small. I've only ever owned point and shoot cams before, so this was definitely a step up. The menus are obvious, and easy to navigate, and it has a mode description function that tells you what each setting does, and in some cases, what its best uses are. Next, the image quality is superb. Even though the kit lens is lightweight and doesn't have the best glass, it really turns out some nice images in RAW quality. The lens, on a good note, is light, and the auto focus is fast and fairly quiet.
Things I don't like about the camera (after 45 days of use) are, the screen is large, but isn't very bright and is hard to see in sunlight. The camera is also missing a viewfinder, which would have been a nice touch to set it apart from the NX2000. The wifi link on the camera requires a lot of back and forth between the app on your device and camera, which is kind of frustrating if the camera dips into power saver mode and drops the connection.
Overall, the camera handles well and has a really awesome aesthetic to it. People comment on the cameras looks all the time, which is kinda sweet. So far, I can't say that I am regretting buying this camera, even though I miss the viewfinder. I think it's definitely better than lugging around a huge DSLR tho. I wouldn't be surprised if the next camera I buy is a mirrorless as well. The technology is only going to get better.
It's her first camera and she has gotten so much use out of it.
All I can say is WOW! This takes the best pictures of any camera that I've ever owned.
Having said that, I have to admit that I've only owned around half a dozen. One of them
was a Sony compact that got very good reviews but took awful pictures. The other was
my Canon Rebel Xti. The pictures are as good as the best Canon shots and I don't have
focusing problems which has plagued the Canon since I first purchased it a few years ago.
So I'm really happy with the purchase. If you want to charge your battery outside of
the camera you will need to purchase an external battery charger. I bought the
Kapaxen Rapid Battery Charger Kit for BP1030 or BP1130 Battery for the Samsung NX-300 on
Amazon for around 13 dollars and it works fine. This camera also comes with a small
flash which attaches to the hot shoe although I ended up buying one of their better flashes
after a month or two.