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Samsung NX100 Digital Camera Review
Friday, 11 February 2011
samsung20110211e.jpgSamsung has been quoted as having a plan to dominate the photographic industry. No doubt, though, if all the players in the industry were asked, they would all have dreams of making it to the top in one form or another. But for those relatively new to the photographic game, there are usually two paths to take, a traditional approach or an innovative one. With their initial...
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Samsung WB2000 Digital Camera Review
Thursday, 23 September 2010
samsung20100923e.jpgSamsung has pushed the envelope quite a bit with their cameras of recent. Whether it’s the dual-screen compacts that made composing self-portraits a breeze for partygoers, or the technical feat that was the, first ever, interchangeable lens camera with a mirror-less cropped sensor, one thing Samsung can’t be labelled as, is lacking innovation. But as we all know, with innovations...
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Samsung EX1 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 13 July 2010
samsung20100713e.jpgBoth photography enthusiasts and DSLR users searching for a decent compact unit to add to their current kit read on because Samsung’s EX1 may very well be the camera you are looking for. This neat but gutsy little unit is equipped with some 10-megapixels and a 24mm wide-angle lens that will ensure you’re able to capture ample amounts of the scenes you come across...
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Samsung NX10 Digital Camera Review
Friday, 21 May 2010
samsung20100521e.jpgFor many existing and prospective photographers, the size of the DSLR is usually the main drawback they find when thinking of taking the next step in their photography. Always wanting the best image quality possible but wanting a compact form factor, image quality inevitably takes a back seat to convenience. However, technology is starting to give the consumer a higher quality middle ground...
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Samsung PL150 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 27 April 2010
samsung20100427e.jpgFor its happy snap fun, overall convenience and undeniable ingenuity, the Samsung PL 150 is well worth its reasonable RRP $299.00 price tag. This delightfully simple but effective unit hosts some 12.4megapixels, a decent 5x optical zoom and of course perhaps its most defining feature: a 1.5-inch secondary preview LCD on the body’s front that operates in conjunction with a  3-inch...
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Samsung ST1000 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 06 April 2010
samsung20100407e.jpgAs exciting as it is to see a digital compact camera that has the ability to utilise Bluetooth connectivity, geo-tag images with the city, state and country of their origin, and wirelessly connect to the Internet for the purpose of uploading and emailing photos instantly, it isn’t especially surprising given Samsung are a leading and well-known manufacturer of TVs, mobile phones...
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Samsung ST550 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 06 April 2010
samsung20100406ae.jpgSamsung’s ST550 is an innovative and attractive compact camera that point-and-shooters (particularly those who have a soft spot for self-portraiture) are going to absolutely love. In what is a world first in the compact camera market, the RRP $449.00 ST550 features not just one LCD screen on its rear but a secondary 1.5-inch preview screen on the unit’s front as well...
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Samsung WB500 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
samsung090512be.jpgThe 10.2-megapixel WB500 looks and feels dissimilar from competing compacts and that’s because it brings something a little bit different to the market. At first sight, this particular Samsung model demonstrates a unique design approach that lends itself to the boxier style of consumer film cameras of the early nineties and is therefore probably double the width (36.5mm) and weight (219g minus battery and card)...
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Samsung ES55 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 12 May 2009
samsung090512ae.jpgSamsung’s 10.2-megapixel ES55 is a fuss-free digital compact camera perfectly suited for first-time users likely to be satisfied with point-and-shoot simplicity and reliability. The long list of interesting features and modes available will no doubt be a pleasant surprise and the extremely affordable price tag (RRP $189.00) ought to help seal the deal without second thought...
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Samsung S860 Digital Camera Review
Monday, 08 December 2008
samsung081208e.jpgThe Samsung S860 is an entry-level compact perfectly suited to first-time digital camera users or those who have not updated within the previous five years and are feeling completely overwhelmed by the jargon and advanced technologies saturating the modern compact camera market. While the S860 has adopted a number of popular and valuable elements common to digital compacts today...
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Samsung L201 Digital Camera Review
Wednesday, 03 December 2008
samsung081203e.jpgThe 10.2 mega pixel Samsung L201 has a positively minimal feel about it, which is obvious from the time you first open the boxed kit. The provided USB cable doubles as the power cord (for battery recharge) by having an attachable AC adapter head meaning you can go from having the L201 plugged directly into your computer to having it charging via a wall socket in a matter seconds...
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Samsung GX-20 Digital Camera Review
Friday, 08 August 2008
samsung080808e.jpgThe most notable quality of the Samsung GX-20 is its unpretentiousness. It is a smart, well-designed, functional DSLR that doesn’t pretend to be more than it is. Having said that, it doesn’t need to. The GX-20 looks like a professional DSLR should: it has fairly typical button and dial controls in the all of the appropriate places making it both ergonomically functional and user-friendly. There are...
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Samsung NV4 Digital Camera Review
Saturday, 26 July 2008
samsung080726e.jpgThe NV4 is a digital multimedia camera in the Samsung range that is worth investigating if you’re in the market for a stylish, intelligent, multi-functional portable unit that supports MP3s, PMPs and .txt files, in addition to functioning as a compact camera with a little bit of punch. Along with enabling you to listen to music, watch video content and read text documents, the NV4 operates...
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Samsung L110 Digital Camera Review
Wednesday, 23 July 2008
samsung080723e.jpgThe Samsung L110 is an 8.2 mega pixel point and shoot camera that certainly rivals other digital compacts of its size and price range. The unit itself is of a simple yet stylish design available in black, silver or red and comes complete with a long list of features all packed into a 114g aluminium metal body, including 3x optical zoom and auto red-eye fix. The L110 kit includes the camera, strap...
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Samsung i8 Digital Camera Review
Monday, 21 July 2008
samsung080721e.jpgUpon first holding the Samsung i8, two main things struck me: the distinctive color (I reviewed the white unit but the i8 is also available in black, baby blue or pale pink) and its weight or, should I say, lack thereof. Without doubt, the Samsung i8 is the lightest digital compact camera I have ever held, weighing in at around 120 grams including the battery and memory card. It is literally the size...
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Samsung Digimax V50 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 27 July 2004
"The V50 bares many similarities to the V4 but with a sharper finish. The outer is still silver, with a few stainless steel finishes. Other than the capture size increasing to 5 mega pixels, the big new feature is the flip multi twist multi directional 2 inch LCD. With this new addition I really don't think there could be any situation where the photographer could not see the LCD when framing an image. Furthermore, unlike many other LCD flips, this also twist upside"...
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Samsung Digimax V4 Digital Camera Review
Sunday, 01 February 2004
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Samsung Digimax 360 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 10 June 2003
Adding to Samsung's ever growing range of digital cameras, their new 3.2 mega pixel has been launched with success. The '360' model is light weight and produces great results, which are two key factors most buyers look for when pricing a camera in this range. It sits comfortably in the users hand and has all the required features within reach...
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Samsung Digimax 420 Digital Camera Review
Tuesday, 10 June 2003
After reviewing the '420' model, there was much to like about Samsung's new addition to its digital camera range. The old fashioned 'dial' function on the top of the camera is a great feature Samsung have maintained which will assist first time buyers navigating their way around the camera. Too many manufacturers these days have opted for button only functions...
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Samsung Digimax V3 Digital Camera Review
Monday, 02 June 2003
Samsung's new Digimax V3, resembles all of the features of the V4 but with a 3.2 megapixel capture. Below is the V4 review adapted to the V3. There is plenty to like about this compact, starting with its quality Schneider lens and 3 megapixel capture. The body has a smooth silver finish and is a comfortable weight to work with, or store in a jacket pocket...
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