- Product Dimensions: 11.6 x 3.7 x 6.2 cm ; 222 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 998 g
- Item model number: EV-NX1000BHWGB
- ASIN: B008X393JU
- Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 July 2012
- Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars See all reviews (149 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 94,062 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
Samsung NX1000 Digital Compact System Camera Twin Kit - White (20-50MM F3.5-5.6 II and 16MM F2.4 Lens, 20MP)
- Instantly share perfect photos with 20.3 Mega Pixel APS-C CMOS sensor with built-in Wi-Fi
- 3.0" bright LCD, Flash comes in a box, Live / 3D Panorama
- Highly portable and premium compact design
- Wi-Fi function: Mobile Link, Remote Viewfinder, Social Sharing, Email, Cloud (SkyDrive), Auto Backup, TV Link, Wi-Fi Direct
- Get professional result easy with Smart Filter, Magic Frame, Scene mode
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Colour Name: White | Size: Twin Kit - 20-50MM & 16MM Lens
The NX1000 is highly portable and has stylish premium design. It houses a rich range of specs, with technology such as built in Wi-Fi and the Smart Link Hot Key, making it simpler than ever to shoot and share great images instantly.
NX1000 White Compact System camera
20-50mm Samsung i-Function lens
16mm Samsung i-Function lens
high speed micro USB charging cable
BP1030 battery pack
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Top Customer Reviews
After reading a few reviews we decided to go for this, plus the bag, and a 16Gb SDRAM card (like others have said, its a pity a card isn't included, given the low cost of memory nowadays).
The camera was delivered in a couple of days, and I'm pleased to say we're impressed by the number of features packed into this Compact, many of which I am used to in my Canon DSLR, plus a few extra which make this excellent for the digital age, although I suspect most of these will get little use since wifey will use Smart mode most of the time.
The wi-fi features are brilliant, and I have tried several of these already with no problems at all (other people reported problems!?);
Once my wireless router was detected and added as an Access Point, all the wi-fi features can be used.
Auto Backup from camera to laptop can be a little bit slow if you have many pics to transfer, and it is probably quicker to transfer/backup using the supplied USB lead.
Dropbox on the laptop detected the camera when plugged in, and quickly loaded all photos and then started syncing to our online Dropbox a/c.Read more ›
* Starting Off
The battery is quick to charge and easy to insert alongside an SD card in the base of the camera. No memory card is supplied in the box with the camera so that's an essential extra to consider, particularly if buying as a gift. I use a 16GB class 10 card as that provides a decent rate of data transfer and ensures that the camera is always ready for the next shot. The battery holds charge well and lasts sufficiently for fairly prolific use over the course of a day (and over a decent period of time when not in use), being designed to last for about 320 photographs or more than two hours of video. I always find it useful to have a second battery charged for backup though, 'just in case'.
The build quality of the camera feels less robust than that of the NEX5N; it looks as though it is mostly constructed from (an albeit tough) plastic rather than the reassuring metal body and lenses of the latter.
The camera doesn't have an integrated flash but a small unit is supplied in a case, designed to be attached to the strap, which can be accessed whenever needed. It slots into the hot shoe on top of the camera once a protective plastic cover is slid off.Read more ›
Initially, the pictures were slightly out of focus, i discovered that this was because of Continuous Auto Focus (CAF) on this camera as the lens attempted to refocus every 3 seconds. Turn this off!
The pictures that this camera can take is stunning resulting from the full size APS-C sensor you would find in a Digital SLR.
In SMART mode, it's pretty much a point and shoot. Of course in this mode, the camera guesses the lighting conditions and attempts to take the best pictures. So it can be a bit hit and miss.
For those who like a bit more control, this camera can do fully manual/Shutter/Aperture priority too.
A feature that i really really love is the ability to email photos direct from the camera or upload them to facebook or google photos. This saves SOOO much time and ensures that those precious moments can be shared immnediately. Which is useful if most of the time if you, like me, can't be arsed to connect to PC to do the job.
The latest firmware 1.12 seems to have resolved all the issues that people have been talking about. I had no problems with wifi and the like.
The bonus is obviously the free tablet .. the Galaxy Tab 2 can be upgraded to the latest Android Jelly Bean out of the box. I liked this tablet so much i sold my old one on ebay.
At £350 this is one of the best value items you can get for your money. And given the quality of the pictures
If you're on the market for a 'next step up' camera from a compact and not after a 'professional' camera, then look no further. This is for you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Slow and sluggish...but great images....on good light. Noise in low light is higher than you woukd expect from an apsc sensor. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Amazon Customer
Good camera but when you use it with the app the lense never focuses and you just get a big blurry photo and that was the reason I got itPublished 4 months ago by .
Excellent vendor. Description accurate, prompt delivery and decent price - recommended.Published 7 months ago by Mr Dee Williams
Love it, smaller than my SLR. Just a useful. Improved with the longer lens.Published 8 months ago by David Ducie
not wort for that money, not taht good pictures =] some mobiles do betterPublished 12 months ago by sergejus