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Sunday, Jun 25, 2006

Samsung Digimax S600 Review - CNET

Jun 25, 2006 | Category: Samsung Digimax S600

Measuring 3.8 by 2.4 by 1 inches and weighing just 4.8 ounces, the Samsung Digimax S600 fits nicely in a jacket pocket, and its curved grip makes it easy to hold.

The sparse, silver-and-gray look won’t turn any heads, but isn’t ugly either. Its 3X optical, 35mm-to-105mm (35mm equivalent), f/2.8-to-f/4.9 zoom lens extends outward from the camera front when powered up and retracts when turned off.

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Friday, Jun 23, 2006

Samsung Digimax GX 1S Review - DCRP

Jun 23, 2006 | Category: Samsung Digimax GX 1S

While the Samsung Digimax GX 1S is the smallest D-SLR on the market, it doesn’t feel too small, like the Canon Rebel XT / EOS 350D. Build quality is very good, not feeling cheap at all (again, like the Rebel XT). The large right hand grip makes the camera easy to hold, and the important controls are right where you’d expect them.

The GX-1S supports Pentax K-AF lenses (Samsung has put their name on a few of them), which isn’t surprising, as this camera is the Pentax *ist DS2. The camera has a large, high resolution LCD display plus an LCD info display on top of the camera. Unfortunately, this latter LCD lacks a backlight, making it impossible to see in low light. The optical viewfinder is large and bright, and it shows 95% of the frame.

Being a digital SLR, all kinds of add-ons are available, and you can use accessories from both Pentax and Samsung. The GX-1S also gets points for being one of the few D-SLRs that uses AA batteries.

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Wednesday, Jun 21, 2006

Samsung Digimax L60 Review - CNET

Jun 21, 2006 | Category: Samsung Digimax L60

A fairly flexible point-and-shoot camera, the Samsung Digimax L60 is the 6-megapixel member of Samsung’s L series of high-end point-and-shoot cameras.

This easy-to-pocket camera is about the size of an iPod and weighs just 5.3 ounces. It sports a nice handful of image settings for the casual shooter, but more advanced photographers might find it lacking.

Users who prefer lots of manual controls might want to check out the L60’s bigger brother, the Samsung Digimax L85.

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Tuesday, Jun 20, 2006

Samsung Digimax S800 Review - CNET

Jun 20, 2006 | Category: Samsung Digimax S800

Samsung categorizes its S-series cameras as point-and-shoots on its Web site, but with the controls included in these models, they have the potential to reach beyond the majority of simple snapshot cameras. Unfortunately, a not so intuitive set of menus and less than stellar image quality keep the 8.1-megapixel Samsung Digimax S800 from reaching its potential.

Measuring 3.9 by 2.4 by 1.1 inches and weighing just 6 ounces, the Digimax S800 should fit comfortably in a jacket pocket, and its curved grip makes it easy to hold. The sparse, silver-and-gray look won’t turn any heads but isn’t ugly either. Its 3X optical, 35mm-to-105mm (35mm equivalent), f/2.8-to-f/5.1 zoom lens extends outward from the camera’s front when powered up and retracts when turned off.

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Samsung Digimax i6 Review - Lets Go Digital

Jun 20, 2006 | Category: Samsung Digimax i6

Samsung is also active on the MP3 player market and is gaining more experience. I foresee that Samsung will at some point really be able to draw on its experience to make a super gadget, a real high quality multimedia appliance, with for example a touch screen and high quality video applications.

For now, we will have to make do with the Samsung Digimax i6, a perfectly good camera that allows you to listen to your favourite MP3 numbers while taking photographs or that can be used just in the MP3 mode.

Trendy users and the Samsung Digimax i6 is a match made in heaven.

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