With a bright sky filling the background and a dark, textured wall in the foreground, the Samsung NX100 was able to balance both, preserving highlight detail in the clouds and finer details in the bricks and plastic bag.
Using the centre AF point and expanding its area made it very easy to get this image in focus in the centre of the wheel.
This is the roof over a Sainsbury's car park, which we were able to get in difficult lighting shooting handheld by increasing the ISO.
Using the MF Assist feature for manual focusing subjects helps fine tune your area of focus - particularly shooting close-ups.
We found the effects of the scene modes to be a little over-exaggerated sometimes. This scene was shot using the Sunset mode option at around 4pm when the sun was already low in the sky.
A flip-out screen would be useful on a camera like the Samsung NX1000 for taking pictures from lower perspectives, but the camera's bright LCD was nevertheless quite easy to see in all lighting conditions.
The Samsung NX1000 makes it easy to quickly change exposure settings, such as in this shot when we decided to blur movement. Simply press the bottom of the four-way button to move between shutter speed and aperture, then scroll the wheel to your desired setting.
An old film effect is one of the many creative art filters you can apply to your images.