SAMSUNG NX3000 SMART Compact System Camera with 16-50 mm f/3.5-5.6 Wide Angle Zoom Lens & Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 - £199.00 - PC World
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SAMSUNG NX3000 SMART Compact System Camera with 16-50 mm f/3.5-5.6 Wide Angle Zoom Lens & Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4 - £199.00 - PC World

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Found 13th Apr 2015
Bought this camera at the weekend and it's fantastic for only £199 + 2.5% Quidco

It's a bit more if you buy in store at £219.99 but just reserve and collect

I can also confirm that it's lightroom 5 that you get which is worth about £97 from Amazon.

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meh

This is £ 189.99 now.

Thanks

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premssss

This is £ 189.99 now.



Even better.

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premssss

This is £ 189.99 now.Thanks



Regularly at this price.

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Great camera and Adobe LR is great too


pig69er

meh


Goats go meh, should you not go Oink?

how does the Lightroom come packaged? as a disc with license etc and is it definetly the full version of lightroom 5 ?

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bobbi

how does the Lightroom come packaged? as a disc with license etc and is … how does the Lightroom come packaged? as a disc with license etc and is it definetly the full version of lightroom 5 ?


Yes and yes

Has anyone got this camera. I was toying with an entry level DSLR but prefer this style and this Samsung seems to have a similar sensor size.

nathanball86

Has anyone got this camera. I was toying with an entry level DSLR but … Has anyone got this camera. I was toying with an entry level DSLR but prefer this style and this Samsung seems to have a similar sensor size.


I've got one and it's excellent for the price considering you also get Lightroom which is essential to get the best out of your images no matter what camera you have.
The sensor is Aps-c which is the same as most DLSR's and at 20.3 mega pixels the image quality is excellent. It's light and comfortable in your hand and I love the i-function button on the lens which gives you quick access to the most used functions. One thing that some people don't like is that this camera uses micro sd memory cards, but I have not found this to be a problem; just make sure you use a fast card. The choice of lenses will not be as big as you have with DSLR's so it depends what you want from your photography but I think for the casual user Samsung has it covered.

noelshouse

I've got one and it's excellent for the price considering you also get … I've got one and it's excellent for the price considering you also get Lightroom which is essential to get the best out of your images no matter what camera you have. The sensor is Aps-c which is the same as most DLSR's and at 20.3 mega pixels the image quality is excellent. It's light and comfortable in your hand and I love the i-function button on the lens which gives you quick access to the most used functions. One thing that some people don't like is that this camera uses micro sd memory cards, but I have not found this to be a problem; just make sure you use a fast card. The choice of lenses will not be as big as you have with DSLR's so it depends what you want from your photography but I think for the casual user Samsung has it covered.



Many thanks for the recomendtion. After reading your comment I ordered one from John Lewis at £199.99 for the extra years warrenty and when it arrived it came with Lightroom 5 which is nearly £100 on amazon. Love the camera and just getting to grips with it. Just need an additional lens or two now

noelshouse

I've got one and it's excellent for the price considering you also get … I've got one and it's excellent for the price considering you also get Lightroom which is essential to get the best out of your images no matter what camera you have. The sensor is Aps-c which is the same as most DLSR's and at 20.3 mega pixels the image quality is excellent. It's light and comfortable in your hand and I love the i-function button on the lens which gives you quick access to the most used functions. One thing that some people don't like is that this camera uses micro sd memory cards, but I have not found this to be a problem; just make sure you use a fast card. The choice of lenses will not be as big as you have with DSLR's so it depends what you want from your photography but I think for the casual user Samsung has it covered.



nathanball86

Many thanks for the recomendtion. After reading your comment I ordered … Many thanks for the recomendtion. After reading your comment I ordered one from John Lewis at £199.99 for the extra years warrenty and when it arrived it came with Lightroom 5 which is nearly £100 on amazon. Love the camera and just getting to grips with it. Just need an additional lens or two now



Hey guys, just done the same as yourself - ordered from John Lewis. My friend regularly lends me his NX100 and I wanted a similar camera when I finally got my own as his was a joy to use, and at this price plus selling lightroom it was too good to pass up. I do have a question though - will any memory card do, as long as it's class 10? And also, is there a limitation on max memory card size? 64gb seems the most cost effective, will this do?

morg106

Hey guys, just done the same as yourself - ordered from John Lewis. My … Hey guys, just done the same as yourself - ordered from John Lewis. My friend regularly lends me his NX100 and I wanted a similar camera when I finally got my own as his was a joy to use, and at this price plus selling lightroom it was too good to pass up. I do have a question though - will any memory card do, as long as it's class 10? And also, is there a limitation on max memory card size? 64gb seems the most cost effective, will this do?




I'm loving the camera myself and if you are used to the nx100 I'm sure you will too. I went for an 8GB micro SD from argos at only £6.99 but I did order a 32GB Samsung one from amazon for only £10.99 too. You have to be taking a serious amount of photos to be usiing that much space. The 32gb one from amazon is 48mb/sec, class 10 and comes with a SD adapter too but the argos one is a class 4 yet I can't see any difference but they work the same.

Morg106 ..... the class seems to relate to the transfer speed. Your text here

nathanball86

I'm loving the camera myself and if you are used to the nx100 I'm sure … I'm loving the camera myself and if you are used to the nx100 I'm sure you will too. I went for an 8GB micro SD from argos at only £6.99 but I did order a 32GB Samsung one from amazon for only £10.99 too. You have to be taking a serious amount of photos to be usiing that much space. The 32gb one from amazon is 48mb/sec, class 10 and comes with a SD adapter too but the argos one is a class 4 yet I can't see any difference but they work the same.



Thanks, I too have gone with a 32gb Class 10 card. I feel that 64gb would be overkill, and I wanted Class 10 for the write speeds in case I take video. Thanks for your help.
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