Samsung NX1000 Digital Camera Review$699.00
The Samsung NX1000 allows users to record in 1080/30p video, but also allows for 720p, standard definition, and 320x240 resolution. There's also the odd anomorphic 2.35:1 resolution of 1920x810, but it's not of much use. Find out how the performed in our video image quality test./r:link_to_content
When recording video, users can select from various exposure control modes, allowing you to adjust aperture, shutter speed, or both. You are limited when adjusting exposure in this way, as you can't drop shutter speed below 1/30th of a second. Aperture is also limited, but it's lens dependent.
When shooting video, users can make use of the same "picture wizard" controls as in stills, with the same level of adjustment. You can also adjust exposure compensation, increasing or decreasing scene brightness at will.
Focus on the Samsung NX1000 is achieved either manually or with the camera's continuous autofocus feature. We found the continuous focus to be fairly accurate, but also very responsive. This meant that the camera was often hunting through a scene after just the slightest movement toward or away from the subject.
The Samsung NX1000 features a built-in stereo microphone, though there's not much adjustment possible with it. The camera does feature a full hot shoe, which will allow you to attach Samsung's external microphone. The external mic also comes with a built-in headphone jack. It's an expensive solution for higher quality audio, however.