I have had Samsung digital cameras in the past, and prefer them over most other brands for ease of use. I purchased this one when our older Samsung was passed on to our son.
the price on this is fantastic. Compared to other cameras, even other Samsungs, with the same specifications, this is a bargain.
Small and thin. If you want something 'meaty' that you can hold with both hands, this is not the camera for you.
I've yet to review the video features, but I've loved what it does with photos. The one upset reviewer must have gotten a faulty one because mine works perfectly. Out of all the quick-shot cameras I've had, this one does best in low lights. It also captures colors well. There are a lot of different things you can experiment with. You just have to mess with it a bit and see the settings that you like. (and for those that care, the white color is gorgeous and it has a good texture.
Truly stands out
So bottom line is, this is a good camera with some really outstanding features, it's really great feel and fun expirience, something making other competitors looks dull and boring. But if those new features make you so excited, you should consider a good smartphone, maybe that is what you really need.
Color, noise, and even handling performance is diminished
The SH100 is, in a way, an example of what not to do when developing new technology. In the process of adding new featuresâ??Wi-Fi in this caseâ??the core of the product has been sacrificed. Color, noise, and even handling performance is diminished. But the worst part is that the Wi-Fi itself barely adds anything at all. And that is what not to do: sacrifice performance for a new feature that wasnâ??t worth it anyway.
Excellent value and obvious appeal to the tech-savvy teen
A compact camera with built-in Wi-Fi, whilst perhaps not an over-riding consideration for the average happy snapper at the point of purchase, certainly has its uses and moreover in the case of the SH100 actually works, and works simply. OK, it's not the only option for sharing photos, but more methods rather than fewer is always welcome.
With prices starting at just over Â£100, the Samsung SH100 has plenty to offer. It's suitable for most users but people going travelling will find it especially useful thanks to the Wi-Fi capability. If you need a pocket camera to take on holiday or you're a social networker that needs immediate connection for your pictures, then this is the camera for you.
The Samsung SH100 is a neat little point-and-shoot that offers innovative built-in Wi-Fi functionality and can more than stand its ground in the image quality stakes too. If wireless connectivity is at the top of your priority list the SH100 is well worth a closer look, especially given that it can now be sourced online for around Â£130. As it is, weâ?? re scoring it a low eight out of ten. If it were not for the poor LCD screen and clunky touch-screen controls, then weâ??
Excellent colour reproduction
In terms of picture quality, performance is consistent with other Samsung compacts we have reviewed of late, with excellent colour reproduction. This particular model differs from the rest with its Wi-Fi connectivity and touch screen which both prove to be a welcome addition. The Wi-Fi means that images and videos can be shared quickly and easily, at home or on the move, on sites such as Facebook. The Smart Filters on offer here are good and they are also available for use on videos as well.
Touchscreen was silky smooth
The SH100â?? s real selling point is its low price. Although it was more upon launch, there are plenty of stores and sites listing various colour options for between Â£105-120. Consider all the technology thatâ?? s been squeezed into this dinky compact and thatâ?? s a real bargain. Sure there are some issues with the touchscreenâ?? s responsiveness and the images are of reasonable rather than great quality, but youâ??
Good for the beginner
The ST90â??s features are all well and good for the beginner, but serious gamers will need something a little more sophisticated. However, I must remember the price and for that kind of money itâ??s a great buy, especially if want to store it in a drawer or if youâ??re after more than one joystick for the kids.
Camera is very compact and looks good
Recently we have reviewed many compact cameras from Samsung, all offering a very similar level of performance, all with identical lenses. The main feature of the ST90 is that it is very small and at Â£109.99 it delivers a very pleasing performance, with good colour reproduction. The main problem is that there are many cameras available at this price level, and it will depend on which features appeal to you the most.
Solid results consistently
The front-facing LCD found on the Samsung PL120 indicatesâ?? at least to usâ?? that this is a camera intended for the most casual of casual users, whose most common framing is the cheek-to-cheek B.F.F. self-portrait, bound for Facebook and tagging and commenting and maybe even some scrapbooking at the end of the semester. Yet the performance is nothing to sneeze at. While the PL120 didnâ?? t shock us with amazing score spikes, this Samsung posted solid results consistently.
It works brilliantly for self portraits
The Samsung PL120 is a camera that can be taken out and about and if it gets damaged then because of the reasonable price it doesn't matter as much. The simple design, while not breaking any new ground, won't make you ashamed to take it out in a crowd. If you're one of these people then you need to take a look at the Samsung PL120.
Good overall build quality
The Samsung PL120 is a camera that can be used by all the family from novice younger users, networking teenagers and proud parents to technophobic grandparents alike. The only problem we can foresee is with people who have larger hands. They probably won't get on with the tiny format or cluttered back. There are a lot of pros to outweigh the cons though.
Good colour reproduction
The Samsung PL120 is ultra compact, features two screens, and offers very good value for money, however, even when scoring highly for value for money, it's simply not enough to bring the overall rating higher than 3/5, as the rest of the camera is mostly average. Sure it's a nice little camera, and looks good, but the image quality disappoints.
Records HD video
The DualView PL120 is the entry level offering in Samsung's 2011 line of digital cameras which feature an extra LCD display on the front of the camera for taking self portraits. Like the next model in this release called the PL170, the front screen is 1.5" whereas the top of the line ST700 has a 1.8" front screen.
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