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Samsung Nx500 28.2 Megapixel Mirrorless Camera With Lens - 16 Mm - 50 Mm - Black - 3" Touchscreen Amoled - 16:9 - 3.1x Optical Zoom - 6480 X 4320 Image - 4096 X 2160 Video - Hdmi - Hd (ev-nx500zbmius) Reviews
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Video Playback on PC

By 4sure from AL on 10/05/2015


Pros:

Realistic Color

Cons:

Did Not Meet Expectations

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

I give it a low grade on video playback. I can not play video on my PC. I have been unable to find a software that will work with video.


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Small, Excellent quality and features

By EdELM from Cincinnati, OH, USA on 09/17/2015


Pros:

Value, Extensively Customizable

Cons:

No Evf

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

After testing and reviewing many mirrorless cameras, this being my first one, I landed on the NX500. It is feature rich and all around best value.


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Great and easy to use camera... except for low light focusing

By djdanny from Undisclosed on 06/03/2015


Pros:

Lightweight, Realistic Color

Cons:

Sporadic Autofocus Selection Algorithm, Slow Autofocus In Dim Lighting

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

Please read this with the understanding that it is coming from a very amateur photographer. Overall, I like this camera a lot. It has a lot of features and is very easy to use. The menu system seems pretty straight forward and there is a built-in help guide to explain what each feature does. So far, I feel the camera takes great pictures. It's really nice to see how changing a lot of the settings (white balance for instance) is reflected right away on the OLED screen. The only thing that I would complain about this camera is its low light autofocus performance. From my research, it seems like most cameras struggle with this. However, I've had a hard time getting the camera to lock on when taking a photo in a dim place. Hopefully firmware updates in the future can make this better. Also, the autofocus seems to like to lock on to random objects sometimes. When photographing my baby, the focus points tend to show up on her contrasty shirt versus her face.


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Great camera with minor annoying issues

By Gilard from Philadelphia, PA, USA on 04/07/2015


Pros:

Bright Display, Wi-fi, Lightweight

Cons:

Expensive, No Build-in Flash

Bottom Line:

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

I was searching for a camera that on one end would be relatively light, so I would not hesitate to take with me on the hiking trips or for the whole day city walking tour, and on the other end, I wanted this camera to be used at home for capturing my kids and produce high quality pictures of fast running subjects. That is why I wanted a compromise between DSLR and point-and-shoot compact camera. At first I considered NX1, but the high price, large size, and weight stood in the way. I was happy to find out that Samsung released a small brother of NX1, the NX500 in the smaller size. I like the camera overall and the variety of options. It is lightweight, only 1 pound. I think that some points in the negative reviews were placed by people who failed to read the manual. It is a very capable camera with a lot of adjustable options, so one has to spend some time to learn about those options before jumping into the conclusions. As far as comments about the video quality, I think that expectations that one can use it as a professional video equipment are misguided. As for capturing the family events videos it is more than capable. 4K video is really narrower, but I doubt I would use in the near future because it takes so much memory that it becomes impractical. The 1080 (60p) is very sharp, smooth, and can be shot in wide frame. Overall, I think this camera is a winner. Nevertheless, I gave it 4 stars due to the small things that are quite annoying. I am not a professional photographer, but got used to popping up the flash when I am taking pictures of people outside on a sunny day to have the faces properly lit. I only found an "auto" flash option when shooting in either Auto mode or using a Samsung Beauty Face option. Unfortunately, with those options, the flash is not firing outside. I cant believe that Samsung would not allow you to use a fill-in flash even when you have one connected and ready to go. Another thing that I couldnt figure out is how to add a date imprint into the picture corner, like most point-and-shoot cameras do. I need it for legal purposes in a course of my work. Come on Samsung, please fix these issues with the next firmware update.


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