Fast, bright F/1.4 lens, Beautiful AMOLED display, Useful “help” menus, Excellent WiFi
Excellent Schneider zoom with a fast f/1.4 maximum aperture, Intuitive control layout, Very impressive noise mangement, Decent battery life, Easily usable by both beginners and advanced shooters, Cons, Battery charges in the camera, Would prefer a little
Attractive design and ergonomic build with real grip, Fast f/1.4 Schneider-Kreuznach 3.3x lens that starts at a wide 24mm equivalent, Optical image stabilization, Built-in ND filter, Advanced controls, including Command and Drive mode dials, Popup flas...
Fast lens, Top-notch Wi-Fi implementation, Sharp, adjustable OLED display, Hot shoe, Raw shooting support.
WiFi functionality; Full specification; Good image quality; Impressive screen
Slow zoom, Short focal range, Photos can sometimes be overexposed
JPEG rendering inconsistent and disappointing, Tends to blow highlights, No ISO button, Few customization options, Limited zoom reach (80mm eq.) compared to competitors, Noise reduction interferes with details at ISO 800 and above, No control over nois...
Pricey, No EVF option, Limited (3,3x) zoom range.
Sluggish when shooting Raw files; A few of the buttons disappoint with regards to responsiveness and handling
By technlologyx.com on June 18, 2013
Point-and-shoots are great for several occasions, but most fall short in low lighting. With larger sensors helping to combat this problem, a fast lens can also do wonders for low light photography. Samsung has updated its EXF series with an f/1.4 lens,...-
By Wired on June 08, 2013
As smartphones continue to hammer the nails into the sub-$500 pocket camera coffin, camera-makers have been trying their best to inject some allure into the point-and-shoot category. Unable to compete with the superior optics and sensors found in...60
By Macworld Australia on March 27, 2013
The Samsung EX2F fits neatly into the advanced compact camera category but offers more than just a balance of manual and automatic controls. It’s outfitted with a superfast f/1.4, 3.3X (24-80mm) wide-angle zoom lens and built-in Wi-Fi. Samsung...80
By Digital Trends on March 22, 2013
Is the EX2F as good as a DSLR? Not quite. The EX2F, at the end of the day, is still a point-and-shoot, but a very good one. The camera produces quality photos, thanks to the large sensor and excellent lens. The AMOLED screen is also marvelous, as is...75
By DigitalCameraReview on March 15, 2013
Samsung cameras often provide better performance than their competition at the same price point and that's the case with the EX2F. After carrying this nifty little digital camera with me just about everywhere I've gone for the last few weeks the...90
By The Imaging Resource on March 14, 2013
Samsung is unusual in that it designs both smartphones and cameras. That means it knows what a smartphone can do and what a camera can do and, equally important, what each of them can't do very well. Samsung has no doubt made its mark in the...-
By Macworld UK on January 29, 2013
Until recently the words ‘high end camera’ and ‘Samsung’ didn’t share a sentence. But, thanks to its NX range of interchangeable lens compacts, the innovative Galaxy Camera, and this, the second generation ‘EX’...80
By Here's How on January 01, 2013
A 12.4-megapixel camera with a magnesium-alloy body, Samsung's EX2F is one of a growing number of cameras with very sophisticated, reliable built-in Wi-Fi...-
By Expert Reviews on December 21, 2012
The superb lens tops the impressive list of features, but numerous niggles hold it back...60
By InsideHW on December 21, 2012
Samsung EX2F the heir of EX-series Samsung EX2F is the second model in the EX camera series, targeting advanced users who require excellent performance in the compact camera packaging. EX2F has inherited some of its predecessor’s qualities,...-