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Samsung NX10 vs Panasonic GF1 vs Olympus E-PL1 Review

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With the recent release of the Samsung NX10(http://bit.ly/SamNX10), we take a look to see how it compares with two other mirror-less interchangeable cameras …


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  1. I think I'm going to buy the olympus… But I did like the style of the samsung. I remember there were more mirrorless cameras that looked like a dslr, only 5 times smaller (litteraly), 2 or 3 years ago. I really loved those, but can't seem to find any of them?

  2. Kai – you need to have a more clearer winner on your comparison reviews – like the categories you mentioned – give us at least a winner in them – your summary is ok as something for everyone in each – you only stated the Pen was slowest in auto focus – but don't take me wrong – always nice to hear your reviews – keep them coming

  3. ello, do you know "Photo SFXart Tricks" (just do a Google search for it…)? There you will find a nice free video showing the best way to create impressive photos. It made it easier for Matt to shoot photos that leave you with a jaw-dropping-effect any time you look at them. It might help you as well…

  4. Hi, have you tried "photo SFX art" (just do a Google search for it…)? There you will find a good free video explaining the way to take amazing pictures. It made it easier for Matt to take photos which have that jaw-dropping-effect any time you take a look at them. Perhaps it will work for you too.

  5. I got a second hand gf-1 with the standard zoom and eye-level viewfinder for €225. I paid another €225 for the telezoom which gives me a focal length range from 35mm equivalent of 28 to 400mm. I got this setup for my upcoming trip to Australia and New Zealand not wanting to drag my dslr gear around with me with weight restrictions on the plane. For the price of one mediocre Nikon lens I have all the gear I could want for traveling. I could not be happier. The camera came without a manual but I quickly got the hang of it and I am totally chuffed with the pictures it gives me. No macro but i rarely need macro when taking pictures of mountains or buildings. A great camera, great lenses and all extremely portable.

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