Samsung NX11 review
Samsung NX11 review - Verdict
There's little new to get excited about when comparing the NX11 to the previous NX10, but that's beside the point when considering the NX11 on its own merit. An upgrade model this isn't, but the NX11 does successfully bring out-of-the-box i-Fn lens compatibility. That helps in providing a ‘calling card' for the NX series; that unique principle that should help the NX stand out in an ever more crowded Compact System Camera market.
Image quality is good, the autofocus has been improved by a fair margin from its previous incarnation and the body layout makes good sense in the hand. It feels like a mini-DSLR in many resepcts, though with hot competition working up yet more advanced models we'd still like to see a bigger lift for the NX-series.
Despite all its great points, the NX11 just isn't quite that big push we'd been hoping for. Saying that it's still a very good camera indeed that's worthy of attention and one of a handful of Compact System Camera to provide a viable alternative to a full-on DSLR system.