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.
Excerpt: The SamsungST100DigitalCamera 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
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.
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
Summary: An internet search at the time of writing found the Samsung ST100 still selling for an average £295 online which feels high for a snapshot camera, considering just £50 more could snag you an entry level DSLR these days.