Excellent raw photos, broad set of sharing features
I like the NX210; I enjoy shooting with it. But I think there are too many confusing choices for automatic operation, and the JPEG quality needs to be better. Of course, if you shoot raw or only view photos at small sizes then it's perfectly fine (but if you only display your shots at small sizes then you shouldn't be spending this much on a camera). And while the speed of the autofocus never got in my way, it really should be a little more responsive for the money.
The NX210 isn't a revolutionary camera by any means. It has the same 20.3-megapixel CMOS sensor as its predecessor, the NX200, and the only huge new addition is the inclusion of a Samsung's built-in WiFi feature. By this rationale, the NX210 is smarter than its predecessor, as that's the adjective Samsung uses to describe its products with WiFi technology.
Good photo quality and best-in-class Wi-Fi features
Overall, I really enjoyed my time with the Samsung NX210. The healthy set of auto and manual controls, beautiful OLED display and UI combination, good photo quality, and best-in-class Wi-Fi features make the NX210 well worth looking at -- though it's a bit more expensive than it should be. The only people who I'd steer toward another camera are those who take a lot of photos in burst mode, as that feature is lacking on the NX210.
Delivers excellent still image quality
The new NX210 is a very modest update of the NX200, principally adding a range of Wi-fi connectivity options to a 9-month-old camera. While we still like the NX210's excellent image quality, the compact system market has become even more crowded in the last year, so much so that the NX210 now feels a bit over-priced and under-powered compared to some of the competition.
Good image quality with very high resolution and good detail at base ISO
With only an added Wi-Fi mode and reduced file write times thanks to compressed raw files as the major differences to its predecessor, the Samsung NX210 is not a huge step forward from the NX200. However, if you frequently upload and share images on the go and like to do so without transferring them to a computer first, the Samsung might be exactly what you have been looking for and even worth an upgrade from its predecessor.
Nice images, Stylish
The Samsung NX210 is stuck in the middle of Samsung's range. With only Wi-Fi separating it and its now retired predecessor, the Samsung NX200, this is an expensive proposition for what it is.
Perhaps if Samsung can offer a firmware upgrade to improve the Wi-Fi functionality, it might fare better.
Those looking for something cheaper in the Samsung range may like to take a look at the Samsung NX1000, while those after something more akin to a DSLR should take a look up to the Samsung NX20.
Good ISO noise performance, Very good detail in photos
The Samsung NX210 is a subtle but worthwhile update for anyone who wants to share photos straight away. The addition of Wi-Fi to the NX200 brings the whole NX line of cameras up to date with a number of extremely useful Wi-Fi sharing options. However, if Wi-Fi is not something you are interested in then you can save a lot of money by going for the Samsung NX200.
Impressive amount of detail
The NX210 is an impressive compact system camera that relies on its mighty 20.3-megapixel APS-C sensor to deliver the goods. And deliver it does: images are not only large, but also detailed, in particular at the low-mid ISO settings.
But for all its good the NX210 isn't staggeringly different from the budget NX1000, and its £750 price tag may seem steep for what is essentially a cosmetic improvement over the more budget model.
Built-in Wi-Fi, Low-light performance
The Samsung NX210 is an extremely capable, versatile and easy to use camera. Samsung's interchangeable lens system is one of the best and the inclusion of Wi-Fi is a boon, but an underwhelming performance in the video test dents its appeal, while other system cameras have a wider choice of lenses.
Fast, precise burst mode shooting
Aside from the impressive 18x lens which, we must admit, is pretty astounding on a camera of this size, the Samsung WB750 is quintessentially average. Over the course of a 16 page review, it seems the English language lacks a sufficient variety of adjectives to describe this cameraâ??s ordinariness. Color performance is standard, resolution abilities are run-of-the-mill, prevalence of noise is typical, and the user interface isâ?¦normal?
Compact size packs a punch with 18x zoom
The Samsung WB750 is a powerful compact package which boasts some unmatched features in this size and price range. With a plethora of creative options, good image quality, and blazing fast performance, the WG750 is touch to beat in the compact Super-zoom category. It does however shot a bit more noise than we'd like to see.
Full manual controls
The Samsung WB750 is the latest entry in a quick-changing line-up of travel-zoom cameras from the South Korean giant, designed to take on and beat the market-leading Panasonic TZ-series. With a new 12.5 BSI sensor, 18x zoom lens, 1080p movies, full manual controls, 10fps burst shooting and a 3 inch LCD screen, it certainly has all the credentials to compete with its rivals, although unwanted noise and colour desaturation at relatively slow ISO speeds, below average battery life and slow...
Good build quality, Dual movie and stills capture
The breadth of exposure modes and menu options means that the Samsung WB750 is a camera that both beginners and more advanced users can tailor to their needs. Hardcore travel photographers might bemoan the lack of GPS, but in almost all other respects it gives more expensive big zoom compacts such as the Panasonic TZ30 a run for their money.
Quick access to options with the Fn button
The Samsung WB750 is a compact camera with a lot of zoom. Add in high speed shooting, HDR and numerous shooting options including panoramic sweep mode and you have an appealing camera. Especially with the camera being easy to use and producing good photos. Full HD with stereo sound is good and the ability to take 10 megapixel photos while recording is quite rare.
Good build quality, excellent grip
The Samsung WB750 is a good superzoom compact. It's not quite up there with the Sony HX9V or the Canon SX230 and it could certainly use a better lens, but otherwise it gives perfectly decent performances. The TN screen, however, is a real let-down for a top-end camera, and is ultimately to blame for the camera's three-star review.
Certainly an attractive proposition
With its image quality, fast delivery and range of features, the Samsung WB750 is certainly an attractive proposition. Checking out the Internet I have seen this camera being advertised at prices ranging from £150 up to £192 so if you are in the market for a stylish looking digital camera that should not disappoint then shop around.
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