Sitting snugly between the NX300 and the NX1100, the NX2000 was designed for entry to mid level photographers and those wanting to step up to a mirrorless camera system. The NX2000 has some pretty good specs–it offers users a 20.3-megapixel CMOS sensor, an ISO range of 100-25600, and a continuous shutter speed of 8 frames per second. With a price point so close to its siblings, does the NX2000 have what it takes to stand out or will it succumb to middle child syndrome and fall between the cracks?
- Very good image quality
- Very good Wi-Fi connectivity
- Speedy AF in most lighting
- Almost completely controlled by touchscreen
- Battery life is okay, but not great
- No external battery charger
The Samsung NX2000 is a good camera, but compared to its big brother, the NX300, it will have a tough time gaining the top position.
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