High Speed Capture Review #4

11 December 2012

Samsung NX1000 features a 20.3 megapixel APS-C CMOS sensor, high speed capture and fast auto focusing, ISO range of 100-12,800, 1080p HD movie recording, built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, 3-inch LCD screen, 8fps continuous shooting, Sweep Panoramas and Samsung’s unique i-Function lens. I've done a few review about the function. Check it out at #1#2, and #3. This time,i'm going to introduce you all the High speed capture function.

High Speed Capture
The NX1000 features super-fast High Speed Capture capabilities provide an simple way to capture images in total focus. The ultra-high speed Auto Focus (AF) that can rival almost any system camera and is core component of the system. The result is the AF System that captures impressively quick at less than a second. And with a sequential rate of 8fps, capturing fast-moving objects in perfect clarity are no longer a challenge.

The Samsung NX1000 has a very good Burst mode which enables you to take 8 frames per second for up to 11 JPEG images at the highest image quality, or 8 RAW images. You can also choose a slower 3fps rate for 15 JPEGs. There's also a special Burst mode that records 30 frames per second, albeit only at 5 megapixel JPEG resolution, with slower 15 and 10fps options also available.

Once you have captured a photo the Samsung NX1000 has a good range of options when it comes to playing, reviewing and managing your images. You can instantly scroll the images that you have taken, view thumbnails, zoom in and out up to 14.2x magnification, view slideshows, delete and protect an image and set the print order easily. The Image Edit option offers a number of different ways to alter the look of an already-captured photo, including redeye fix, backlight, changing the photo style, resizing, rotating, face retouch and apply smart filters like i mentioned before in the previous post.

Do drop me a comment if you had any question :)

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  1. Hi Karen, compare to your Sony Nex, which 1 is better ya?

    1. Depends on what you need. I prefer NEX because of the flip screen. hehe