Samsung NX210 review

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Colours from the Samsung NX210 are represented well, with lots of detail captured by the 20.3 million pixel sensor.

Samsung NX210 review

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The Samsung NX210's large sensor enables shallow depth-of-field effects to be created. This was shot with a 20mm f/2.8 pancake lens.

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Although not as wide ranging as some of its competitors, the Samsung lens options are growing. This image was taken with a 60mm f/2.8 macro optic.

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Focusing is quick and accurate for the majority of situations, but the Samsung NX210 can struggle a little when capturing close-up images.

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Although this image suffers a little from lens flare to the left, the camera has done a good job coping with the bright backlighting from the sun behind the building.

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This is an example of an image shot with PictureWizard, which still gives full manual control. You can also remove the filter in post-production when shooting in raw format, if you like.

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These are some of the Smart Filters available in Magic Mode. Here we can see Old Film 1, Old Film 2 and Halftone Dot. These can only be shot in JPEG only, meaning a "straight" image isn't recoverable.

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Miniature is another option to be found in Magic Mode. A popular digital filter on many cameras, it recreates the effect of using a tilt-shift lens. Again, this effect can only be applied when shooting in JPEG format.