The Samsung Galaxy NX comes equipped with an 18-55mm kit lens as standard. It puts in a decent performance, and makes for a good carry-around lens.
Use the touchscreen to set the AF point where you want to focus. If you're using the electronic viewfinder you'll lose control over the AF point selection, with the camera deciding for you.
The large sensor on the Samsung Galaxy NX helps to produce creative shallow depth of field effects.
The Samsung Galaxy NX's sensor is capable of resolving plenty of detail.
Colours directly from the Samsung Galaxy NX are well represented, without being overly saturated.
The Samsung Galaxy NX is compatible with the full range of NX-mount lenses, of which there are now quite a few. Several interesting prime lenses are available, including a 20mm f/2.8 optic.
The automatic white balance system does a good job of producing accurate colours in the majority of conditions.
Using fully automatic mode is a good way to let the camera take control over settings, leaving you free to worry about composition.
Creating a panoramic image is easy to do from the smart menu. Simply select the Panoramic mode and hold down the shutter release button, while sweeping the camera across the scene either from left to right or up and down.
Another creative option is Double Exposure mode.
Since the Samsung Galaxy NX is equipped with the Android Jelly Bean operating system, you can download a huge number of apps to edit and manipulate your photos. This, for instance, has been created with the ubiquitous Instagram.