Affordable Full HD video-capture solution
Color was inaccurate
Good image quality for the price
Lousy resistive touchscreen
Video quality is only good enough for Web use and not much better than the typical smartphone.
Good low light and good sharpness results
Images have good colour rendition
Horrible, slow autofocus
20x optical zoom and built-in Wi-Fi
Very good color reproduction
Wireless sharing and backup
Incredibly light, but it feels substantial and well built.
Shooting options and durability features aren't very useful
Clear, sharp videos for a compact
Poor video quality
Records in full 1080/30p or 720/30p high definition
Strong video quality
Very affordable given its Full HD capabilities
Decent HD video quality
Suits both left and right-handed users
DNLA works predictably and reliably
'unique up-turned lens'
'The Samsung HMX-R10 high definition camcorder offers a 2.7-inch touch screen to make sure you never miss an important shot.'
'Limited optical zoom.'
'Its ergonomic design makes it easy to grip and hold long enough to catch that special memory in full high definition.'
'So-so video quality'
'The right side of the Samsung HMX-H105 is quite sleek.'
'No permanent price tag'
'It is easy to see that this is who the HMX-H105 has been marketed towards, and we think it's a very good fit.'
'Slow autofocus performance.'
'The picture quality is atrocious.'
'The files from Samsung camcorders have been usable straight off of the camera — no fuss, no muss.'