I have been playing with the new Samsung NX300, a 20.3 megapixel mirrorless camera. I’ve needed something small and light to carry in a backpack, or better yet a pocket. Image quality is still tantamount to me using it on a regular basis, but so far I’m liking the results.
It’s hard moving from the ergonomics of one camera to another, but the NX300 has been relatively easy to use and pick-up. I’ll write a more detailed review of this camera once I’ve had a chance to put it through its paces.
This is a photograph of some old grain elevators in the tiny town of Loma, Montana. I took it with the Samsung NX300. Hope you like the results as much as I do.