Compact body, HDMI port, excellent battery life, full APSC sensor, EVF.
Display, Lightweight, User Interface
Very good photo quality (though see issues below), Compact, SLRstyle body with NXmount interchangeable lenses; good build quality in most respects, Beautiful 3inch AMOLED display with excellent color, contrast, and viewing angle, Nice live view implementa
Very good still image quality and color, Very good video quality, RAW and JPEG still image options, Builtin viewfinder, Monitor/viewfinder display exposure changes real time in live view.
Excellent build, Good ergonomics put controls in the right place, Grip is considerably better than the competition, while remaining small, Bright AMOLED display, Fast autofocus for the category, Lens-based IS works very well, Dust-reduction system, Onb...
Compact build with interchangeable lenses. D-SLR-like image quality and focusing speed. Negligible shutter lag. OLED screen offers extraordinary contrast and very little motion blur. Intuitive and attractive user interface. 720p30 HD video capture.
Comfortable, intelligent design; nice LCD; capable of producing excellent images.
AMOLED screen, builtin EVF
Interchangeable lenses. Realistic colour results. Good low-light results
Smallest interchangeable lens camera with an APS-C sensor, Good image quality, Very reliable metering and white balance in most shooting situations, Excellent build quality, Generally well-thought-through interface and ergonomics, High specification for t
Size, Feel, Picture quality, Rich colours, Exposure system accuracy and consistency
Sturdy body with clean button layout, Intuitive menus, Good noise performance, Seamless switch from LVF to EVF
Large image sensor delivers good shots at high ISO settings; compact camera body; quick autofocus.
Very good image quality, Quick start up and quick auto focus, AMOLED screen is very bright and sharp, Battery life is very good, Very nice mix of easy to use automatic features and manual control features
Flimsy flaps, no video record button, sluggish shutter lag, sensor cleansing on startup.
Price, Lack of accessories, Noise at high ISO
Camera consistently underexposes (not by much, though), High ISO performance not as good as competition, Main display and EVF difficult to see in extreme lighting conditions, Continuous shooting mode hampered by lack of buffer memory, No "true" continuous
Shutter lag longest in the class, Quirky user's manual, 72 dpi image output.
Difficult to follow subjects in continuous mode (true of all current SLDs), Dead pixels appear near high-contrast vertical elements, Jello-effect is noticeable not just in videos, but also in live view, Viewfinder hump makes the NX10 taller than smalle...
Included lens produces soft images. Noise at ISO 1600 and higher. No optical viewfinder. Limited lens and accessory selection. No microphone input.
Default image settings could be better; sensor cleaning on resume from standby; middling EVF; no override for EVF eye sensor; annoying raw software.
AF a bit sluggish, No Mac support for Samsungown Raw converter software
No built-in image stabiliser. Slight chunky design
Auto ISO will all too readily result in shaky photos, Steep tone curve gives harsh transition to blown-out, white areas (as seen in Panasonic G series), Noise reduction in JPEGS can be destructive (especially in Smart Range mode), Several functions, inclu
ISO3200 performance not great, Autofocus could be inconsistent in multi-point operation
AF doesn't work well on closeups, Hand grip is slightly small
No dedicated video-recording button; no support for other lenses and accessories.
Menu structure could be a little easier to use, Will find occasional problems with noise in photos, Not enough features for most experienced photographers
By 5FWD on September 21, 2011
The Samsung NX10 is one of the most impressive compact system cameras. It may lack the wow-factor of Sony's NEX or Olympus' PEN ranges, but it's actually more comfortable than both to hold. It's also easy to use, and offers great build...80
By TechSmart.co.za on March 08, 2011
Despite our qualms, Samsung’s NX10 gets our vote above the same small-body offerings from Sony and Olympus. We had easy access to the most important functions; a good body design; onboard flash and an electronic viewfinder (both not present on...-
By PC Authority on January 19, 2011
Decent performance, but this large mirrorless camera doesn’t offer many advantages over a traditional DSLR...67
By GadgetSpeak on October 11, 2010
I always enjoy the occasions I get to look a DSLR unit. This will always be the pinnacle for any amateur photographer. It gives you the chance to capture images of the same quality as those who stand around in freezing, wet or hot conditions to...80
By Tbreak.com on October 10, 2010
The NX10 is a nice camera that is hampered in way too many ways to make it stand out in a market that is quickly filling up. A well implemented auto focus system, good LCD/viewfinder combo and easy to hold DSLR styled body makes this camera quite...70
By G4tv.com on September 27, 2010
Video Review: Expectations are high with the Samsung NX10 digital camera, which boasts a 14.6 megapixel sensor for accurate colors, a 3" AMOLED screen, HD video recording and interchangeable lens capability. Kevin Pereira and Alison Haislip review...80
By Photozone on August 27, 2010
EVIL cameras are obviously the hottest camera type of the year. In Japan we're now seeing a market share of around 40% which is beyond the wildest expectations. It makes sense that the non-traditional electronics companies such as Panasonic, Sony...68
By CIOL on August 05, 2010
Micro four thirds technology created a lot of buzz, but failed to impress. There are very few options available that use the technology and the same goes for the availability of its accessories. In India specially, the Panasonic micro four third...-
By Digital Photography School on August 01, 2010
I suppose I should not have been surprised when I first set eyes on this camera at a press preview just before Xmas 2009.Signs of Samsung’s photographic ambition have been evident over the last two years and the company’s release of a pair...-
By BCCHardware on July 27, 2010
A year ago I would have been hard pressed to find a camera in Samsung's lineup that I could recommend to a friend. However the NX10 may just be a portend of better things coming out of Samsung's camera division. While it is not as compact as...-