Excerpt: this is a good compact camera, although the camera is small and takes a long time to save the pictures it is good becasue the pictures are kept ot a minimum size so you can store many. the camera could do with other things like more frames and a lens cap due to the fact that my lens cap got scratched once or twice;. you can have a lot of modes for the camera, night mode, day mode, landscape and close up etc.
Excerpt: The Samsung Group is South Korea's largest conglomerate (chaebol), composed of numerous businesses, including Samsung Electronics, the world's largest electronics company. It was founded in 1938 and has over 220,000 employees and carries the slogan "Imagine the Possibilities". The Samsung product in question is the Digimax A502.
Pros: Easy to Use, Light, Range of features, Reliable .
Cons: Could do with more effects/frames . Can be a little slow saving pictures .
Excerpt: I've had this camera for about 18 months now and it has proved to be an excellent investment. It's a great point-and-shoot camera, and is very easy to use. I really use it exclusively on the 'Auto' setting, and it does me proud. However there are more manual settings available should you want to tinker about a bit more. Personally, I find it easier just to leave it on Auto and then mess about with my photos in Photoshop once I've uploaded them to my computer.
Pros: Good value, easy to use, small & lightweight
Excerpt: This camera is light weight, easy on the eye and a great buy ! The only down side is the fact that it eats batteries. I have solved this problem by purchasing rechargable batteries this saves time and money. I would definatly recomend this camera to amature photographers wanting to record there holiday or just snap away as they wish.
Excerpt: I have had just a normal camera all these years and have been fed up with the number of prints, when developed that have been terrible, have had a thumb in the way of the lens, all blurred or completely off centre. So I thought it about time I invested in a digital camera with which I could see the quality of the pictures before I actually got them printed.