Camera Type: Compact Digital
Manufacturer: SAMSUNG
Manufacturer's Suggested Price: $299

Effective Pixels 6
Digital Media Type SD
ISO Min 50
ISO Max 400
Min Shutter Speed 1
Max Shutter Speed 1/1500
Min Aperture 2.8
Max Aperture 7.1
Optical Zoom 3.0
Zoom Range In 35mm Min 35
Zoom Range In 35mm Max 105
Digital Zoom 5
Continuous Shooting 1.0
LCD Size In Inches 2.4
Weight In Ounces 4.8
Width 3.81
Height 2.43
Depth 1.29
Aperture Priority Mode N
Shutter Priority Mode Y
Manual Priority Mode Y
Auto Focus Y
Manual Focus Y
Image Stabilization N
Macro Mode Y
Built In Flash Y
Flash Hotshoe N
Viewfinder N
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Product Rating:
I'm happy with this camera. It's just right size (little larger than business card and 1-inch to 1.5-inch thick) and a good list of features.
Pros: 1. battery: (2) AA...can use rechargeable batteries and easily replace with regular batteries when power is low. 2. play without powering on (semi power...to be exact) 3. multiple pictures automatically combined into one picture. 4. record and pause and record and pause...during video recording...you will have only one video file
Cons: None. It's a good deal for the price.
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