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Samsung NX1100 Compact System Camera with 20-50mm £199.99 @ Argos
Samsung NX1100 Compact System Camera with 20-50mm £199.99 @ Argos

Samsung NX1100 Compact System Camera with 20-50mm £199.99 @ Argos

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I have been looking for a good compact to compliment my SLR and the NX1100 seems to tick all the box's. White wont suit everyone but a good price all the same.

Product specification:

20.3 megapixels.
3in screen with LCD technology.
Lens focal length 20 - 50mm.
Optical image stabilisation.
Continuous shooting up to 30 frames per second (JPEG).
Continuous shooting up to 8 frames per second (RAW).
Shutter speed of 1/4000 sec.
CMOS sensor
Lens information:

Zoom lens.
Lens caps.
1 lenses available.
Features:

ISO range from 100 to 12800.
1080p HD video capture.
Video capture and playback with sound.
Built-in flash.
Wi-Fi.
PictBridge compatible.
Accepts SD, SDHC and SDXC memory card formats.
General information:

Includes USB cable.
Batteries required: 1 x Li-Ion (included).
Size: H6.3, W11.4, D3.8cm.
Camera weight: 222g

11 Comments

Great camera

nx3000 is far superior to this and you get at the same price in currys, johnlewis....

smartpee

nx3000 is far superior to this and you get at the same price in currys, … nx3000 is far superior to this and you get at the same price in currys, johnlewis....



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I'm a M43 guy, but I have been keeping an eye on the Samsung NX system.....and it looks good, some great lenses. I'd look at which lens is best then decide if you want the NX1100 or the NX3000 (prefer the retro looks of the NX3000 myself) The 16-50mm with the NX3000 has OIS the lens with the NX1100 20-50mm does not, wider too.

Which one is best for bokeh??

Frog bog that'll probably depend on what lens you use

frogbog

Which one is best for bokeh??



Same sensor, same maximum apertures on the kit lenses, they should offer virtually the same depth of field. As I mentioned in the last thread we talked about bokeh and as bananamann says above, you need a wider aperture lens to consistently get better bokeh.
Edited by: "ElGofre" 15th Dec 2014

Anyone know if this takes full size memory cards or micro ones? as not much information under the memory section.

Thanks

matt0917

Anyone know if this takes full size memory cards or micro ones? as not … Anyone know if this takes full size memory cards or micro ones? as not much information under the memory section.Thanks



Standard size SD cards

This is just a renamed nx1000 - discontinued last year and replaced by nx2000 and now also nx3000. It has a v.slightly thinner body but not aware of any other differences.

frogbog

Which one is best for bokeh??


you'd be faster doing a little research on each system rather than asking the same question every thread

for this system 85mm/1.4 will give nice bokeh but costs 700 quid and only of use in particular circumstances
Edited by: "brilly" 15th Dec 2014

The NX system is very underrated (camera snobbery?), they're great value for money, I've had a few now and for the price they're hard to beat.

For me though, with nearly new nx300's popping up on the bay for a bit more than this, I'd stretch for what is a much better camera, but then there is always something better for "a but more".
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