Excerpt: Several years ago, I spotted a Samsung D75 for sale and I was very interested in buying it. My daughter had a Samsung digital camera which I liked a lot, and when I saw the D75 at Argos selling at £69.99 (a reduction from the regular £99.99) I finally …
Excerpt: Overall I have found this product to be very useful with good features such as motion sensor, it filters out any blurs which is great because I have a really unsteady hand. It also has a video capture feature. In my opinion I have found sound quality not quite so good on this product it tends to sound bitty from time to time.
Excerpt: It's interesting to see how point and shoot compact digital cameras have shrunk over the years - I well recall, for instance, our first digital camera, a Toshiba purchased around the turn of the century which was huge and didn't fit into my handbag. It used 4 AA batteries which needed changing regularly, produced pictures of 2.3 megapixels and used a 16MB SmartMedia memory card. In 2007, I spotted the Samsung D75 for sale and I expressed an interest in it.
Pros: Cheap to buy, easy to use, excellent movie clip function
Cons: Unreliable - battery meter doesn't work properly, flash has a tendency to break
Summary: Many of the reviews that mark down the overall score regarding digital cameras highlight issues such as "short battery life", "eats batteries" or some such ill informed remark. Batteries are the very heart of a digital camera. and as such need to be adequate for the job they are asked to do. If people did just a little research, they would find that re-chargeables are a must. Try Eneloop technology when it comes to batteries.
Summary: This is a brilliant little camera in several respects; light-weight, very easy to use, features a great zoom and wonderful crystal-clear quality picture. The only problem is, the batteries die far, far too quickly. I bought this camera for a relative and was shocked and disappointed to learn how quickly the power ran out.
Summary: Lts of useful features and fun items too. Not 5 stars because of extravagant battery drain and no option to save power by using a viewfinder instead of the rear window. Should have come with mains adaptor and a case.
Summary: Well i had always used the normal 35mm cameras until now and they were ok but i decided to get my first digital camera for xmas so this was the one i chose, no reason for picking this one just liked the look of it plus it was cheap at £49.99 from Argos. So i inserted my 2GB SD memory card and was amazed to realise i could take 1006 photos on this 7.2MP camera which is amazing considering im used to just taking around 36 with normal films but this camera is great for...
Summary: Cercherò di essere breve e concisa. Questo modello è una fotocamera piccola e brillante sotto vari aspetti; leggera, molto facile da usare, dispone di uno zoom molto buono come qualità durante l'ingrandimento e offre prestazioni cristalline negli scatti. Ma c'è una cosa importante che mi obbliga a darle non più di due stelle.
Excerpt: Als ich vor etwa einem Jahr diese Kamera kaufte, suchte ich nach einer guten aber dennoch billigen Kamera. Aufgrund des kleinen Preises entschied ich mich deswegen sofort für dieses Modell. Im Geschäft "warnte" der Verkäufer mich bereits und riet mir Akkus zu kaufen. Dennoch kaufte ich diese Kamera und benutzte, wie vom Verkäufer empfohlen, Akkus die bereits bei mir zu Hause rumliegen.
Pros: gute Bilder
Cons: in kurzer Zeit leer, schlechter Zoom, schlechte Tonqualität bei Videoaufnahmen
Summary: Hallo, ich suchte für meinen Schwarger einen neuen Preiswerten Digitalkamera und habe mich für den Samsung D75 entschieden. Optisch sieht es sehr gut aus.Nach dem ich es bekommen habe, habe ich natürlich sofort ausprobiert. Es macht sehr schöne Bilder und ist sehr leicht zu bedienen. Es ist nur zum empfehlen. Mein Schwarger hat sich auch sehr gefreut.