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Samsung NX200

Samsung NX200 20.3Mp APS-C compact system camera

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Sample Shots

18-55mm kit lens (35mm equivalent: 27-84mm)

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Wide-angle 18mm (27mm)
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Standard 35mm (53mm)
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Telephoto 55mm (84mm)
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Camera effects

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MagicFrame Classic TV
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FishEye
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Miniature
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Old Film
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Old Film
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Sketch
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Panoramic
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Panoramic
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ISO tests

Reg Hardware Samsung NX200 ISO samples

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