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Test gallery: Pictures taken with the Samsung NX20

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The NX20's 20.3 Mega-pixel sensor handles both highlights and shadows very well. As a daily user of professional gear I found the controls on this camera to be well placed and instinctive. (Pictured: Woman with stroller on lakeside promenade near Sugar Beach in Toronto.)

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The NX20 boasts a maximum ISO of 12, 800. Results are noisy but can save you in low-light situations, like this close-up of a blossom.

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The NX20's 20.3 Mega-pixel sensor handles both highlights and shadows very well. Toronto 504 streetcar with wide sweep of sidewalk pavement in foreground. The Bank of Nova Scotia on King Street with logo on left on side of building.

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Just frame, press and hold the shutter, pan the scene and you’re done. Flawless panoramic images, of say, the Toronto skyline, in a matter of seconds.

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The NX20's Panorama feature is easy to use, it takes the hard work out of stitching images together by doing it for you.

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