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Samsung NX2000 Compact System Camera Kit - Black (20.7MP, 20-50mm Lens Kit) 3.7 inch LCD

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  • Elegant design with simple button layout
  • View, review and edit on the large 3.7" WVGA touchscreen
  • One Touch shot - simply touch the screen to focus & shoot
  • Share photos on the go with built-in Wi-Fi and NFC

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 11.9 x 6.5 cm ; 227 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: EV-NX2000BABGB
  • ASIN: B00DQLGCAM
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 July 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,245 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Product Description

More than just taking pictures, with the Samsung NX2000, you're telling stories. An ultra-sensitive 20.3MP APS-C CMOS sensor allows you to create images full of detail and colours that fire up the imagination. And the spacious 3.7"(93.8mm) WVGA touch screen gives you plenty of room to hone your craftsmanship, making it ideal for photography enthusiasts like you. And since your photos should be as easy to back up as they are to create, AutoShare simultaneously sends every photo you snap to your smartphone. You'll now have an extra copy of your photos that you can effortlessly share with friends and family.

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Samsung 203MP Camera Built in WIFI 37 WVGA touchscreen Black EVNX2000BABGB Cameras Digital Cameras

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Dowding on 22 July 2014
Nice camera and nicely sized. Granted I gave it a Bad Screen but it's only cause i had a NX100 which had an AMOLED screen.
Lightroom 4?! Other than that, to come with flash and all the bits n' peaces for this price it's a cracker of a deal..

Pros:
Size, Megapixels, Raw, Fast touch, Lens selection (expensive), Flash, Hot shoe, LR4 (not 5), not to heavy, Low light is awesome for size & Great sensor size.

Cons:
Plastic, Crap strap, Expensive Lens, LightRoom 4 (not 5), NO EVF on hot shoe!, EVF via phone (android and iOS only), Bad Screen vs Real life.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Edd on 24 July 2014
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I have found that Samsung cameras I have had over the years have produce excellent colour quality photos. Having already had a touch screen Samsung I found it pretty easy to get it working well.
One thing many reviewers have mentioned is the screen in bright light being had to see, have had this problem but still went ahead with the shots and the system still produce quality photos.
The beauty with this camera is the NFC function for which I went and bought a new mobile phone to use, this actually removes the problem of the screen being hard to see and gives more adaptability to the camera and remote function of it. Ironically the cheapest phone with NFC is a Samsung Galaxy Fame.
I was intending to go for a full DSLR camera and was waiting for the price to fall however seeing, the price of £184.99 was such that jumped in for this one and was still in pocket having ordered the dx 50-200 IOS zoom lens along with spare batteries and some step up filter rings.
The lenses tend to be a little expensive however this is a brilliant camera and I am so pleased I bought it.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Reece T. on 8 Jun 2014
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This camera is brilliant. Ultra clear pictures on the 20mp sensor and a decent lens to start with. The touch screen on interface is easy to use and the iFunction lens is very handy. The Smart setting is also very good picking the best scene modes. I look forward to using it's NFC function...

As for delivery, I ordered this on a Saturday evening and it had arrived by Tuesday lunch, with DHL keeping me posted on it's location.
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By I Simpson on 5 Sep 2014
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Just buy it. Fantastic camera, even better value. Many thanks to the current owners who were good enough to share their praise and comments before I purchased - all accurate and helpful.
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By J. Newby on 31 July 2014
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Love it just the right size and I am getting to grips with it now looking forwArd to my hold to really try it out. Wish I had another lense but saving up for that
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so far very good, brought another lense. pictures good back up feature a little hit and miss but overall a good piece of kit
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 3 Aug 2014
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It's the pictures stupid! Bought it at £184 for the 23 x 16 sensor (approx) and I must say the few images I have taken are superb.
Just a few points, would have given 5* but the camera locked up on only frame 0005 when the capture button was half depressed, no control on the camera would force quit, totally frozen so the only thing to do was the Mac treatment, cut the power source by removing the battery, that worked but it has left me a bit worried.
The viewing screen is virtually useless as it is so dim, but I can work it, might even take 3 x 4 and crop to 16 x 9 after if it becomes a problem. The default focusing set up seems to be a milk crate over the screen that picks a point at random, usually a blade of grass in the foreground so I have changed the focus set up to Point'n'take, tap the screen on the intended object to focus and it focuses and takes in one go, might be the answer?
I never want to crop normally, and don't print so huge files are not my aim, in my opinion RAW is for wimps, with this size sensor you have to be a bit anal to want 30mb files and take a lot of time ending up with a jpeg worse than provided by the camera. A bit despondent to find the full 20.3 mpx images in jpeg form are so sluggish in Panoramio, and concerned at first as they seemed out of focus, but I think it was down to the large file size, as after a second or two the brought themselves into focus.
All these comments are predicated by my existing camera, a Sony WX150, which have love and do love, except that the battery door now flips open after a couple of years. So this camera to make it worthwhile had to beat the image quality to make me feel relieved.
So I did an experiment by taking a full reslution (18> 12mpx) 16 x 9 image on the Sony WX150 and a 16 x 9 (20.
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