NX10, how does it stand up ?
Old 05-15-2011   #1
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NX10, how does it stand up ?

Against the E-P2 (and its sisters), Panasonic m4/3s, etc? I was going to buy an x100, but find my attention drawn towards the nx10/30mm package as a cheaper alternative. Therefore, I would appreciate some remarks on IQ and usage by nx10 owners (or nx11 now that it's out). Also, I would like to know how the EVF behaves in the real world.

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Old 05-27-2011   #2
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Against the E-P2 (and its sisters), Panasonic m4/3s, etc? I was going to buy an x100, but find my attention drawn towards the nx10/30mm package as a cheaper alternative. Therefore, I would appreciate some remarks on IQ and usage by nx10 owners (or nx11 now that it's out). Also, I would like to know how the EVF behaves in the real world.

Thanks in advance!
EVF in NX10 is smaller size and resolution than Panasonic G... but still good to take pictures. I can focus with manual lens, it is easy. 2x magnifier is enough, for me.
Samsung 30/2 lens is really good. I bought new six months ago for 100$. I see that price is higher now, but still cheaper than 20mm m4/3.

I don't like two "thing":
1. Colors. Ugly, yellowish.
2. RAW file is BIG.
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Old 05-27-2011   #3
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I use a NX100, so can't help you with the viewfinder, but the sensor, processing and lenses are the same as the NX10. I like the tiny 30mm very much. It is sharp, does not vignette much and distortion is low. My only issue with it is sometimes the out of focus areas go a little rough, mostly in front of focus. I have not found ugly yellowish colours, but I agree the RAW files are large (25Mb). I think the sensor is the same as the Pentax/Samsung DSLRs with 14MP. Anyway, quality is good. I'm looking forward to the new lenses. This camera with 16mm/30mm/85mm lenses will be a tiny high-quality package.

A couple of lens tests...

http://www.photozone.de/pentax/534-samsung30f2

http://www.lenstip.com/224.1-Lens_re..._mm_f_2.0.html

These two sets contain NX100 with 30mm images...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jjbirde...7626322134759/

http://www.flickr.com/photos/jjbirde...7626601540951/
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Can't say about the others but the NX10 works well for me
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sample images

Just 3 samples for those interested, the first with the 50-200mm, the other two with the 20-50mm kit zoom.

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Old 07-15-2012   #6
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I am getting a few different lens adapters together so that I can use some Pentax screw Takumars and Leica screw lenses on the NX 11.
Will be interesting to hear which LTM lenses you use successfully - and see the results?

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