Samsung NX1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only, Black)

Samsung NX1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only, Black)

Samsung NX1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only, Black)

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Product Highlights

  • 28.2MP BSI APS-C CMOS Sensor
  • DRIMe V Image Signal Processor
  • 4K Video Recording at 24 fps
  • UHD Video Recording at 30 fps
  • 3.0" 1036k-Dot Tilt-Touchscreen Monitor
  • 2360k-Dot XGA OLED Electronic Viewfinder
  • Advanced Hybrid Autofocus System
  • 205 Phase-Detection AF Points
  • 15 fps Burst with AF
  • Includes Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
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Samsung NX1 overview

  • 1Description

The native 4K Samsung NX1 Mirrorless Digital Camera features a 28.2MP BSI APS-C CMOS sensor that not only produces high-resolution images, but also 4K video at 24 fps, UHD at 30 fps, and full 1080p HD video at up to 60 fps. High Efficiency Video Coding (H.265) is applied so that even 4K and UHD video files remain easy to edit and share. A sharp, 3.0" HD 1036k-dot touchscreen monitor and 205 phase-detection AF points benefit both cinematographers and still photographers, and for instances where it is preferable to use the camera's viewfinder instead, a sharp, 2360k-dot XGA OLED electronic viewfinder is also built-in.

Built for fast shooting conditions, the NX1 provides a 15 fps burst with autofocus plus a 1/8000th second maximum shutter speed. For use in low-light, the ISO range can be expanded from 100 to 51,200. A full complement of shooting modes are available, including Aperture Priority, Auto, Manual, Program, and Shutter Priority, plus "smart" modes such as Action Freeze, Beauty Face, Fireworks, Landscape, Multi-Exposure, Night, Panorama, Rich Tone (HDR), Sunset, and Waterfall. Images can be saved as RAW files or JPEGs of various file sizes that correspond to user-selectable image ratios of 3:2, 16:9, or 1:1 and according to the user's desired color editing space of Adobe RGB or sRGB.

Saving and outputting large video and image files are accommodated by the camera's ability to utilize UHS-I or UHS-II SD-type memory cards, and a USB 3.0 port. Additionally, a micro HDMI connector allows video to be recoded directly to an external recording device with a 4:2:2 (8-bit) output signal. The NX1 also takes advantage of wireless technology as well. Built-in Near Field Communication (NFC) capability allows individual images to be wirelessly transferred from the camera to a smartphone or tablet. Additionally, 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi capability coupled with Bluetooth 3.0 technology allows for fast and cordless transfer of files while providing constant and accurate GPS data when the NX1 is paired with smartphone.

Designed to fit securely in hand, the NX1 is also water and dust resistant with a magnesium-alloy internal frame for added durability.

28.2MP BSI APS-C CMOS Sensor
A large 28.2MP BSI APS-C CMOS Sensor works to produce high-resolution digital imagery while maintaining good shadow details and enhancing low-light performance throughout the camera's 100 to 51,200 ISO range.
4K Recording at 24 fps, UHD Recording at 30 fps and 1080p Full HD Recording at up to 60 fps.
As a 4K-capable camera, the NX1 is among the most compact cameras in its class. Aside from 4K, video may be recorded in Ultra-HD as well as in full HD. To help ensure that even the highest resolution video files are easy to work with, the NX1 accommodates UHS-I or UHS-II memory cards and employs HEVC (H.265) compression. Additionally, video may be recorded directly to an external device with a 4:2:2 (8-bit) output signal.
Hybrid Autofocus System
The Advanced Hybrid Autofocus system utilizes 205 phase and 209 contrast-detection autofocus points to acquire focus quickly and precisely. The phase-detection method is ideal for gaining focus in an expedited manner while contrast-detection is employed to fine-tune the focus for critical applications. When combined, focusing is sharp and leads to making photos in a natural and intuitive manner.
High-Speed Performance
A 15 fps burst rate with continuous autofocus and a 1/8000 sec top shutter speed keeps even the fastest action sharp. If needed, high shutter speeds are also possible in low light with an ISO range of 100 to 51,200.
Smart Shooting Modes
A full menu of "smart" modes is available to accommodate most imaging scenarios. They include: Action Freeze, Beauty Face, Fireworks, Landscape, Light Trace, Multi-Exposure, Night, Panorama (Live), Rich Tone (HDR), Samsung Auto Shutter, Silhouette, Sunset, and Waterfall. For more direct control over the output, Aperture Priority, Auto, Manual, Program, and Shutter Priority modes can also be selected.
Clear Viewing Options
Whether filming video or taking still photos, a tiltable 3.0" HD 1036k-dot touchscreen monitor is provided for subject framing, menu selection, and image review. When use of a viewfinder is preferred, a 2360k-dot XGA OLED electronic viewfinder is available that turns on when brought up to one's eye.
Easy Connectivity
Files saved on a memory card within the NX1 can be downloaded off the camera via its speedy USB 3.0 connection. When wirelessly accessing images stored to the camera is preferred, NFC capability allows individual files to be transferred to a smartphone or tablet with one tap. Large groups of images may be transferred using 802.11b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 3.0 technology can be used to easily activate the Wi-Fi while allowing a connected phone to constantly feed accurate GPS data to the camera for tagging to photos and videos in real-time.
Samsung NX Lens Mount
A broad array NX-mount of lenses is available for use, ranging from wide-angle primes to long-reaching zooms. The ability to change and utilize different lenses depending on the situation at hand aids in producing captivating and more dynamic imagery. Additionally, the NX1 is compatible with the unique 45mm f/1.8 2D/3D lens that enables one-lens creation of true 3D photos and movies.
Included Software
i-Launcher (Web version included), Power Media Player, Samsung Movie Converter, Samsung DNG Converter, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
Supported Languages
Korean, English, Danish, German, Dutch, Swedish, Spanish, Italian, Czech, French, Portuguese (Portugal), Portuguese (Brazil), Polish, Finnish, Russian, Norsk, Simplified/Traditional Chinese, Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Hebrew, Thai, Greek, Hungarian, Estonian, Lithuanian, Latvian, Serbian, Croatian, Vietnamese, Romanian, Japanese
In the Box
Samsung NX1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only, Black)
  • USB Cable
  • USB Wall Charger
  • Hot Shoe Cover
  • Strap
  • ED-BP1900 Rechargeable Battery Pack for NX1 Camera (1860 mAh) wucsdyczrxdscd
  • Software CD-ROM
  • Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
  • Limited 1-Year Warranty
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    • 1Description

    Samsung NX1 specs

    Lens Mount Samsung NX
    Camera Format APS-C (1.5x Crop Factor)
    Pixels Actual: 30.7 Megapixel
    Effective: 28.2 Megapixel
    Max Resolution 28 MP6480 x 4320
    Aspect Ratio 1:1, 3:2, 16:9
    Sensor Type / Size CMOS, 23.5 x 15.7 mm
    File Formats Still Images: JPEG, RAW
    Movies: AVI, MP4
    Audio: AAC
    Bit Depth 14-Bit
    Dust Reduction System Yes
    Memory Card Type SD
    SDXC (Up to 64 GB)
    Image Stabilization Optical
    AV Recording
    Video Recording Yes, NTSC/PAL
    Aspect Ratio 4:3, 16:9, 26:9
    Video Clip Length Up to 29 Minute 59 Seconds
    Audio Recording Built-In Mic: With Video (Stereo)
    Optional External Mic: With Video
    Focus Control
    Focus Type Auto & Manual Focus
    Focus Mode Automatic (A), Continuous-Servo AF (C), Manual Focus (M), Single-servo AF (S)
    Autofocus Points Phase Detection: 205
    Contrast Detection: 209
    Viewfinder Type Electronic
    Viewfinder Pixel Count 2,360,000
    Viewfinder Eye Point 21.00 mm
    Viewfinder Coverage 100%
    Viewfinder Magnification Approx. 1.04x
    Diopter Adjustment -4 to +2 m
    Display Screen 3" Rear Touchscreen Tilting AMOLED (1,036,000)
    Screen Coverage 100%
    Exposure Control
    ISO Sensitivity Auto, 100 to 25600 (Extended Mode:100 to 51200)
    Shutter 30 to 1/8000 Seconds in Manual Mode
    Remote Control ED-SR2NX02 (Optional)
    Metering Method Center-Weighted Average Metering, Multi-Zone Metering, Spot Metering
    Exposure Modes Modes: Aperture Priority, Auto, C1, C2, Manual, Program, Shutter Priority, Smart
    Metering Range: EV 0.0 to EV 18.0
    Compensation: -5 EV to +5 EV (in 1/3 EV Steps)
    White Balance Modes Auto, Cloudy, Custom, Daylight, Flash, Fluorescent, Fluorescent (Daylight), Fluorescent (Natural White), Fluorescent (White), Kelvin, Tungsten
    Buffer/Continuous Shooting Up to 15 fps at 28 MP for up to Frames
    Flash Modes First-Curtain Sync
    Auto/Red-Eye Reduction
    Fill-In/Red-Eye Reduction
    Rear Sync
    Built-in Flash Yes
    Guide No. 36.1'  / 11 m ISO100 at 28 mm Position
    Max Sync Speed Electronic Shutter:1 / 250 Second
    Flash Compensation -2 EV to +2 EV (in 1/2 EV steps)
    External Flash Connection Hot Shoe
    Self Timer 2 Seconds
    Interval Recording Yes
    Internal Memory None
    Connectivity 1/8" Headphone, 1/8" Microphone, HDMI D (Micro), USB 3.0
    Wi-Fi Capable Yes
    Software System Requirements Windows: 7, 8, 8.1 
    Battery 1 x BP1900 Rechargeable Lithium-Ion Battery Pack1860 mAh
    Dimensions (W x H x D) 5.5 x 4.0 x 2.6" / 14.0 x 10.2 x 6.6 cm
    Weight 19.4 oz / 550.0 g
    Packaging Info
    Package Weight 2.9 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 8.1 x 6.8 x 4.2"

    Samsung NX1 reviews

    NX1 Mirrorless Digital Camera (Body Only, Black) is rated 4.4 out of 5 by 21.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from 15 fps is what i needed I paid 7k for my Nikon d3 outfit a few years ago. traded it in to B & H for the NX1 I take action photos and needed a fast camera. On the market this camera does what is advertised. I take karate pictures and can capture all the right moves. Timing is everything and 9 or 10 fps just doesn't cut it. Having 28 megapix. is a plus. I can have a higher ISO and not worry about cropping and loosing detail. I love that fact that the Samsung NX1 is light weight and easy to hold after a full day of use. I don't shoot video with this because my main us is stills. I will take this camera on trips because of light weight design
    Date published: 2015-02-08
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect for video The video quality of this camera is amazing. Much Better than my Canon 5D Mark 3 at the same 1080P resolution. This is probably due to the faster CPU that can record at faster bit rate. 4k recording is even better which captures amazing amount of details. Continuous tracking auto focus works excellently too most of the time when lighting is good. For manual focus, it provides real time focus peaking with which I can make over 90% of shots in focus. The still image quality is very good too. Right now, I am using Samsung NX1 95% and 5D 5%. Very fun and rewarding camera to use.
    Date published: 2015-06-03
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Impressive! I bought the NX1 primarily for its 4k video capability. Currently I'm using the Samsung 50-150mm f/2.8 S ED OIS Lens. I'm a long-time Canon user (since 1975), and with some consternation I decided to give the NX1 a try. I must say, I love this camera! It's very easy to use, the video quality is outstanding, and the 28MP photos are fantastic. I use Adobe's CC for my video work, and the Media Encoder easily and quickly converts the H.265 to H.264 with very little impact to my workflow.
    Date published: 2015-12-25
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent/High quality camera I'd like to preface my review with saying I'm not a professional photographer nor do I have extensive experience with other camera makes besides Samsung. I have been an owner of Samsung mirrorless cameras since the NX10 was released in 2010. It was my first interchangeable lens camera and I thought it was very good. I then upgraded to the NX20 in 2012. Once again, I was very pleased with it. The areas where both cameras could use improvement were the EVF, buffer and overall processing speed. Fast forward to 2015 and my purchase of the NX1. All of my complaints have been addressed in epic fashion. I still own the NX20 and the difference between the EVF's is night and day! I've briefly used a few other mirrorless cameras (all sony's) and none come close to the clarity, color reproduction and near real time image display of the NX1. The buffer and processing speed have improved by leaps and bounds although you still can't rival the buffer on the 7D Mark II. Even still, I no longer have to deal with my camera being unusable with shooting a bracketed RAW shot like I did with the NX20. There are tons of other features that have been heavily talked about (15 FPS, 4K video, 120 fps at 1080p) and they are as advertised. I have played around with video (I'm not a videographer) and the 120 fps is quite impressive!! I've also done some screen grabs from both 4K and 1080p video and the photos look amazing. I've been using this camera for almost 3 months and it has yet to disappoint. I attached a few of my photos. My shooting style is anything but portrait photography. I shoot in manual mode and RAW format. All editing is done in LR. I'd also like to point out that I do not own either one of the S lenses and don't plan to. I do own quite a few other NX lenses that work very well with this camera. My lenses include the 10mm fisheye (excellent/very sharp/fast focus), 30mm f2 (excellent/very sharp/slow focus), 45mm f1.8 (excellent/very sharp/very fast focus), 60mm f2.8 macro (excellent/sharp/slow focus), 16-50mm f3.5-5.6 powerzoom (very good/sharp/fast focus), 18-55mm version III f3.5-5.6 (good/sharp/fast focus), 50-200mm f4-5.6 (above average/sharp up to 150mm/fast focus). If I had my wish, it would be for a better quality long zoom lens. The only change I would make would be to go back to the fully articulated screen like the NX20 and NX30 have. I find myself missing the extra flexibility when composing shots with the camera in awkward positions. I get around it with the remote viewfinder app on my phone so it's not a show stopper. Overall, this camera answers the bell for my uses and I will be a happy photographer for quite awhile. That is until the NX2 is released :)
    Date published: 2015-04-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Samsung NX1 Amazing Video Quality with Firmware 1.32 Here is my Review of the Samsung NX1 video performance - Firmware 1.32 (most online reviews are based upon prior firmware revisions) I suspect the quality of video footage has dramatically improved with 1.32I shoot mostly 1080P/24FPS & 1080P/120 FPS and always in DR Gamma Mode.Canon DSLRs vs NX1The NX1 (1080P) video blows away all Canon DSLRs in terms of dynamic range & sharpness. Images look very filmic and colors are excellent -- perhaps too punchy, but not in a bad loss of dynamic range too black way, but in a more aesthetically pleasing way that can be easily muted in Premiere if so desired. If I shoot a Canon 70D side by side with the NX1 (both at ISO 800) the NX1 sees so much better into the shadows and the image appears to be a full stop brighter.The Canon 5DMKIII or 6D works better in low light, but the NX1 has so much more dynamic range and is so much sharper it makes the 5DMKIII/6D video footage look weak. I only shoot up to ISO 1,600 on the NX1, but even in fairly dark environments that seems to be enough to get a quality image.Canon C100MKII vs NX1The C100MKII (and original C100) blow away Canon DSLRs - much sharper and much better dynamic range). Up against the NX1, the C100's certainly work much better in low light and the C100's offer so much more - Dual Pixel Autofocus, ND Filters, XLR/Phantom Power etc ... but surprisingly the NX1 holds its own with image quality and overall the NX1 image may be a bit smoother and be a bit more filmic to my eyes. With Firmware 1.32 the NX1 shoots 120FPS/1080P at 80Mgbits and it is outstanding. Sharper and better looking than any Canon DSLR shooting 24FPS. The C100MKII only goes to 60FPS.Panasonic GH4 vs NX1The NX1 in DR Gamma Mode blows away the GH4 in terms of dynamic range.That's the Achilles Heel of the GH4 and it's what makes the GH4 footage sharp,but video-ish. The NX1 colors are superior as well and it works better in lowlight than the GH4 and with the larger sensor it's easier to get a shallow depth of field when needed. Sony A7s vs NX11080p video from the NX1 is much sharper than the internal 1080P on the A7s and the colors from the NX1 are far superior right out of the box. The Sony A7s is amazing in low light and has much better dynamic range, but (THIS IS A BIG BUT) the A7S in daylight skews blues, yellows & greens - unless you're a master colorist you will end up settling for distorted color representations in your final product. The NX1 has its drawbacks which I will list, but I find the video image quality to be so outstanding that I put up with the drawbacks.Drawbacks:Moire/Aliasing:I definitely see Moire/Aliasing in certain shots that would be clean on the C100MKII or 5DMKIII. In general not a problem for me, but something to be aware of.Poor Samsung Lens Selection & no Smart Adapter for Canon Lenses:I use the Sigma 24mm, 35mm & 50mm ART Lenses (Canon Mount) wide open at 1.4 with a dumb Fotodiox adapter. I also use the Canon EF-S 17-55mm F/2.8 IS Lens wide open at F/2.8. These are lenses that for the most part I would be using wide open anyway, but definitely a limitation and no I.S. with Canon lenses which is a bummer.(2)Firmware Issues I have:Samsung 30mm Pancake Lens:I like the small size and image quality of the Samsung 30mm F/2 Pancake Lens, but it brings up my first NX1 firmware gripe - Every time you stop recording the NX1 (when focusing manually) it switches back to Autofocus -- what a hassle! You can hit PAUSE instead of STOP to get around this problem, but then you end up with one long video clip.Photo vs Video Mode - features found in Photo Mode disdappear when in Video Mode such as punching in 8X to focus and setting an Auto ISO Limit.Conclusion:With firmware 1.32 the 1080p video on the NX1 looks so good it made me get rid of all my Canon DSLRs, it's light years better. The 120 FPS slow motion looks so good I don't need to think about any other camera (FS700 etc) for slow motion capture. H265I'm willing to overlook the hassle of transcoding the H265 files because the NX1 footage is simply so outstanding. I am using the Samsung converter which people say isn't very good, but my footage looks amazing so I'm OK with it.
    Date published: 2015-07-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best Video/Stills Camera on a Budget I recently returned two big brand cameras before getting the NX1 and it is exactly the combination I've been looking for in a great video/stills camera under $. Only the much more expensive A series from Sony are better if you can afford them. It beats all the others that you would think of ( but I can't list) by offering full sensor readout 4K and HD as well as offering built in wifi and superior stills.Now I do wish an electronic lens adapter was available for EF lenses and hopefully the company, an adapter brand or someone on Kickstarter will come up with something. Until then, the higher end S lenses need to be more affordable.The big video NLEs are starting to support the HVEC h.265 video codec.This really is a great camera and if it had any other logo on it, it would be their most popular by far. Buy this camera before it goes away for good is all I can say.
    Date published: 2015-11-22
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Videographer review by Max Yuryev I was very Impressed with the NX1 when it was announced, so impressed that I immediately pre-ordered the camera and made a long youtube video talking about the features and named it The 7D mark 2 Killer as that camera was announced at a similar time and it really disappointed myself and a lot of other video guys. Come 2.5 months later the camera is in my hands. I'll mention some things that I am seeing while I am testing this camera, and at the same time making videos on features with examples on my Youtube Channel as well as working on a full review video and comparison to the GH4 that will be posted there as well. This camera came in nice packaging, Apple Esq. (I like that). The build quality matches the big dogs. Ergonomics are not bad, better than other cameras I've used but the GH4 fits my large hand better (even though NX1 is a larger body). I'm not happy with the ISO/White balance/metering options being on top of a dial on the left hand side compared to buttons on the right by the LCD Like Canons and other brands because it takes two hands to change your settings. The Processor in the camera is crazy! 28MP 15FPS RAW images is awesome. Autofocus for photo is really nice in good light. In low light if your focusing on a dark area it will hunt and not find focus. This instantly reminded me of the 5d mark 2 that was not known for good autofocus. I believe this can be fixed with firmware update, and this may be the reason release was pushed back 3 times. The Canon EOS M (also Mirrorless) had horrible autofocus at launch but got much better after a firmware update. I really like the sound of the shutter on the camera. Best I've heard so far. Nice quiet and a low sound not loud and higher pitch like other I've used. I wish my 5d2 had this shutter when I was shooting weddings. Lets get into video. First I'll mention the autofocus during video isn't perfect like the 70D but is better than anything else i've used. It does have that same focusing issue in really low light like with photo. You can also touch to focus and it works well but at this time its more of an abrupt fast change, instead of smooth transition like the 70D. I hope samsung fixes this soon. The Camera supports C4k,UHD 4k, 1080P up to 120FPS, and other smaller formats. It records all this in either PRO which is 80mbps or another option which is 40mbps. It used the new h.265 coded which is an awesome codec BUT no real editors support it yet meaning you need to convert the footage to either H.264, ProRes, or another format. The software Samsung provides sucks, I purchased wondershare and its A LOT better, and is surprisingly efficient. Samsung made a big mistake not including another format for people to use until editing software gains native support for h.265.The 4k footage looks great. The image is nice and the colors in the standard setting (picture profile off) look good! There is no flap profile yet but I suspect this will be added with the popularity of S-Log in the A7s and Panasonic putting one out for the GH4. The 120fps image looks great! Just as good as 1080P in 30FPS which is awesome as the GH4's 96fps is really bad, and looks like 720P upscaled to 1080 with lots of aliasing and moire added and details lost. I'm really surprised by this, if 120FPS is something you need this may be enough to get this camera. Low light looks good for a APS-C sensor, better than others but worse than modern full frames like 5D3. In video the NX1 is about 1 stop better over the GH4 under 3200iso. The GH4 has visible noise at 200iso which a lot of people complain about, where the NX1's noise starts to become visible at 800iso. At 3200 and 6400 (limit for video in nx1 & gh4) the GH4 performs better, this is most likely because the GH4's noise looks more monochrome and film grain like, where the NX1's noise is more wavy and digital looking like the Canon cameras. This was surprising to me! As far as lens lineup I am impressed. Panasonic is new to the game but they have a decent setup already (their latest video quoted 16 lenses) They have 2 Pro lenses the 16-50mm F2.0-F2.8 S and the 50-200mm F2.8 S both very sharp, built well with Image stabilization and weather-sealed. They also have other less expensive lenses starting at about $ and going up to $ with the widest being a 10mm F3.5 fisheye, as well as a 85mm 1.4, a 18-200 power-zoom and a lot of other in between. I've been using the 45mm 1.8 that I picked up new for $ and I'm very impressed with it! Rokinon/Samyang also has lenses for this camera which is awesome. On the got my eye is the 12MM F2.0 for $ (manual lens) It will make a nice fast wide angle and based off of reviews its nice and sharp! I also purchased a $ adapter on @ that allows me to mount my Nikon lenses and control the aperture manually so thats a great option for you Nikon users! Basically this camera is a great first semi-pro/pro camera from Samsung. It has some quirks and some things samsung can address in software updates but what camera doesn't. If you want 4k internally but don't want the noise in low iso that you get with GH4 then this is for you. If you want awesome slow motion this is for you. If you want fast autofocus in good light at 15FPS This is for you......Thanks for reading!
    Date published: 2014-12-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from If you want to own just one DSLR-ish photo/video camera... I have traded and churned through quite a few digital cameras from mirrorless to DSLR, from Mu-43 (Olympus), to APS-C (Nikon, Pentax, and Samsung), to full frame (Sony A7). All of them great, but in practice each had a significant weakness for my needs. For some it was lowlight. For some it was focus speed. For some it was video. For some it was form factor and controls. For some it was lens prices. For some it was lack of water and dust sealing. This NX1 is by far the most flexible camera I have ever owned. No compromises. May not be best of class in any one category, but it is very competitive in all. Fast AF. Stellar video. Weather sealing. Fantastic IQ. Sharp, compact primes (I love the Samsung NX 30mm f2.0). Weather sealed 'S' zooms. Great controls and layout. Solid feel. EVF that makes me forget it is not optical. 15fps with AF. 0.7 second startup. 4K in body recording (H.625 now supported by Adobe Premier). The one ding could be lens count, and lack of aftermarket support, but Samsung has covered every lens I want or need (wide zoom, tele zoom, portrait lens, macro lens, fisheye lens), they perform well, and are priced competitively. I especially love the 50-150mm f/2.8. After a long search I am quite pleased with this camera.
    Date published: 2015-12-23
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