Product Type: Samsung digital cameras
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One of the best I've had!
Member Name: MotorAmarth
Advantages: Lightweight, Easy to use, Good photo Quality, Cheap, Colours
Disadvantages: Needs memory card
I bought this camera for going to a music festival in August, and I have nothing but praise for it! It was one of only a few in my price range, but with a 5x optical zoom and 14 mega pixels, it sounded fairly good.
I got home and tried it out in various rooms with different lighting and on different objects and was very impressed. I took it to the festival where it lasted the whole time on battery (5 days with frequent use) and was not damaged in the crowd.
Specifically I like that is is compact. It is sturdy and for the price I don't think you will find better! It has a great flash for photos in all light levels and has some lovely photo features to make the best of your photo experience. I opted for the blue camera which is a lovely colour and another little perk, it's always nice to have something a little out of the ordinary.
My one and only issue would be the memory. I had to buy a memory card for it, I went for a 4GB one. These memory cards are very easy to find and are not very costly so it is definitely worth looking into one if you want to take more than a handful of photos!
You also get a handy USB cable with the package which is great for saving and sharing photos online.
Easy to use
Good photo quality
Good battery life
Range of colours available
Cons: Will need a memory card, but more cameras do these days
Summary: A nice camera for non-professional use. Great for holidays, parties etc
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