Samsung Galaxy NX user interface

Discussion in 'Samsung' started by stratokaster, Aug 30, 2013.

  1. stratokaster

    stratokaster Top Veteran Subscribing Member

    Dec 27, 2010
    Kiev, Ukraine
    Pavel has published their review of Galaxy NX that features a quick demo of the camera interface. I think it's kind of poorly thought-out, and what's up with that black bar on top encroaching on the composition?

  2. RT Panther

    RT Panther All-Pro

    Dec 25, 2012
    I chalk this up to "first model/first new/unknown area". The Gen 2 **should** be better.
  3. aleksanderpolo

    aleksanderpolo Regular

    Apr 18, 2013
    They still need to show how one operates the touch screen when the eye is on the EVF.
  4. Luke

    Luke Super Moderator Subscribing Member

    Nov 11, 2011
    Milwaukee, WI USA
    touch screen for focus point and/or shutter release I understand. This rest of this....... well, it may please the angry birds crowd, but I don;t think there are too many photographers clamoring for this kind of user interface.
  5. But only if you don't use the viewfinder. Once you use the EVF, how do you set the focus point? Or operate the camera at all?
    Kind of makes the EVF completely pointless, no?

    (apologies if this is explained in the video... can't view videos with my current linux setup)
  6. stratokaster

    stratokaster Top Veteran Subscribing Member

    Dec 27, 2010
    Kiev, Ukraine
    This is gen 2 and it's slightly improved over the Galaxy Camera which arguably was the first generation of Samsung's connected cameras.
  7. James_T_Menendez

    James_T_Menendez Rookie

    Oct 17, 2013
    In Galaxy NX the interface at first is annoying, but with some time you become familiarice with it.
    Some system functions is mixed with the Android OS, by example make a formatting of the microsd card you going to the android side.
    The shooting modes have some differents names and options.
    A advantage is have a internal memory, and when memory card is full make an automatic switch to store the photos in the internal memory.
    It's a new world..., of discovery.