Samsung’s NX1000 entry-level compact system camera costs less than its counterparts, but still packs a 20.3-million-pixel sensor and Wi-Fi compatibility. Read the Samsung NX1000 review...
I find it a little strange that Samsung has three cameras in its NX range that all feature the same 20.3-million-pixel sensor, metering and AF system. In many respects there is little to choose between them, especially the NX210 and NX1000, apart from differences in build quality. With so little to distinguish them, the NX1000 is perhaps the most appealing of all, given that it is priced well below the other two cameras. That said, against its competition the NX1000 is anything but competitively priced.
Given the target audience, the camera does not include direct controls for quick manual-exposure adjustments. However, once photographers are familiar with the camera, this will not be much of a hindrance, especially due to the functionality provided by the i-Fn lenses.
Judged in its own right, I am very impressed with the camera’s sensor, which can resolve a lot of detail. Wi-Fi is a key selling point, but is currently not without is operational hiccups. I would expect these issues to be ironed out very soon, although the Wi-Fi function is great fun to use. All in all, the NX1000 deserves to be a popular camera indeed.