What do you use to shoot the video?
That's a Silver Award winner. But Samsung NX owners enjoy great value.
It's almost incredible in modern times that this could be conceived and presented as a product.
Makes sense. Hope they keep a "value" model in the lineup.
Yup. Look how much alike how the OEM point and shoot cameras are.
At least, when Leica rebadges a Panasonic model, it does so tastefully and adds value with its warranty service. I still wish Leica would say "co-developed with Panasonic," instead of pretending...
I have more respect for the company that licensed the Kodak name and is sourcing really good, affordable models of contemporary formats like the power zoom or micro four-thirds cameras. Check out...
The 20MP sensor in NX1000, etc. is no slouch.
After a while, one wonders. Are all these new cameras really any different. They use similar shells, lens assemblies, zoom mechanisms, sensors, buttons, dials, icons, flash stalks, menu logic.
That's important. I do a lot of close-up work and always set a compact camera at manual for general use.
Exactly. Each OEM needs to bring on new resources in areas it is traditionally weak at.
Olympus one of the best at compact cameras.
Olympus one of the best at compact cameras. Outdoors, it's wonderful to be able to add just a touch of flash, 1/16, 1/32, 1/64th power.
At least it's only $700.
Would like to see Olympus continue the PM line.
Or you can make your own for $5.
Could use better example photos. Nothing compelling.
I think Panasonic could grab some talent from other OEMs who are really good with sensor TO inage: i.e. Olympus or Canon, maybe Nikon. Otherwise, the cameras have many solid innovations and...
Thanks for comments by real world owners.