Some Samsung NX100 reviewers who bought this digital cameras thought it had a good viewfinder. Expert website Digitalcamerainfo.com wrote in their review six years ago “The NX100 does not include a viewfinder to bolster the weak daylight performance of the AMOLED screen”. In the same month Pocket-Lint.com said in their Samsung NX100 review on Pocket Lint “With no built in flash or viewfinder, it’s entirely dependent on a low price point”. Pocket-Lint.com also wrote “With no flash and no viewfinder built in”.
Some people concluded that the product had a good screen. Canadianreviewer.com mentioned in their Samsung NX100 review “The NX10, we were impressed with the AMOLED screen, full-manual options”. Amateurphotographer.co.uk said “14.6 million effective pixels APS-C CMOS sensor i-Function lens 3in AMOLED screen Compact, 34.5mm deep body Street price around £400 with 20-50mm kit lensScores”.
A few customers who reviewed it concluded that it had an electronic viewfinder. Six years ago Goodgearguide.com.au said “It lacks a built-in EVF and a built-in flash” in their review of this digital cameras. Pcadvisor.co.uk said on PC Advisor.co.uk “We miss the built-in EVF and flash” and gave the Samsung NX100 a score of 70 out of 100.
Two people concluded that it was mirrorless. Six years ago expert website Photographyblog.com gave the product a rating of 4 stars and wrote “The new NX100 is Samsung's answer to the Panasonic GF, Olympus PEN and Sony NEX - a mirrorless, compact system camera with interchangeable lenses”. Photoxels.com wrote in the same month “Photoxels Editor’s Choice 2010 – Compact Mirrorless The Samsung NX100 challenges the existing compact mirrorless Digital Interchangeable Lens cameras by providing a larger APS-C CMOS sensor”.