Summary: Samsung's most compact dualscreen camera to date, the ST100 is quite different from past models in this line. While sharing almost identical specs to the new ST600, the ST100 uses an internal 5x optical zoom lens, and is noticeable smaller. Like the ST600, it features a larger 1.8-inch front LCD screen, allowing you to share images with your subjects or easily capture self-portraits.
Pros: Well built and stylish body, Produces pleasing 14-megapixel photos, Acceptable noise levels up to ISO 800, Cool Motion Recognition options in record and playback modes, Awesome 3.5-inch touchscreen LCD, Larger Dual View screen is much easier to see, Additional "feet" on the bottom to allow you to take angled shots while the camera is sitting on a flat surface, Touchscreen system was very easy to operate, Good bang for you buck
Cons: Touchscreen only responds to the flesh of your finger tips; so, those with long nails might have a more difficult time operating the camera, Lens starts at 35mm (equivalent), which might cause some headaches when framing indoors, Uses microSD/SDHC cards, which are VERY easy to lose, Good deal of noise from ISO 800 on up, Red-eye in the majority of our people photos, No A/V cables included, Shooting performance is only average
Summary: The Samsung ST100's dual screens have their uses but you'll have to pay extra to get them, and, discounting those, it's a fairly standard point-and-shoot camera. It's fun but it should be cheaper.
Summary: The Samsung ST100 Digital Camera is small enough to fit into almost any pocket but it also has one of the largest TFT screens around. It is totally touchscreen in operation so those who have been brought up on touch will certainly enjoy using this camera .
Excerpt: Why put up with just the one when everything goes better with two? We're talking LCD screens. The latest glossy addition to Samsung's burgeoning range of so far unique '2View' cameras, coming after the ST500 and ST600, the 14.2 megapixel ST100 features not only a comparatively huge 3.5-inch, high resolution 1152k dot resolution version with a widescreen aspect ratio at the back, but additionally a small 4:3 ratio 1.8-inch screen at the front.
Conclusion: This is an auto everything camera, but priced dangerously close to the sort of £300 models on which we’d expect to find enthusiast-level photographic control. But in terms of image quality the ST100 has room for improvement. Camera shake and image blur can be quite pronounced if conditions are less than ideal, there’s tell tale pixel fringing visible between areas of high contrast and anyone who chances their arm by shooting in low light without flash is advised both to...
Pros: Quick and responsive operation and touch screen, high headline resolution at 14.2MP, small, portable and user friendly, dual screens occasionally useful, internally folded optical zoom offers 35-175mm reach
Cons: Lack of grip results in camera shake, priced at a premium for its class, image quality variable
Excerpt: La Samsung ST100 è una fotocamera digitale compatta e portatile che si caratterizza, come altri recenti modelli Samsung, per la presenza di ben due display, uno classico, posteriore e touchscreen, da 3,5 pollici e con risoluzione 1.152.000 pixel, e uno frontale da 1,8 pollici e con una risoluzione di 116.000 pixel.
Pros: Smart Album, Sistema Ritratto perfetto, Filmati h, Doppia stabilizzazione delle immagini, Smart Auto