Excerpt: In my opinion, this is a very appealing digital camera. Most digital cameras are fairly expensive if you’re the kind of people who wants to take pictures from nights out and not too fussed with exceptional quality.
Excerpt: I bought the pink version of the Samsung ES15 camera for about £60 back in 2009 and it still holds its quality now. The look of it is quite average and it is a lot thicker than most digital cameras as it uses AA batteries but this is to your advantage!
Pros: Face smoothing abilities, no spots !
Cons: Some modes take a while to process the photo once taken
Excerpt: I love taking photos, especially on nights out with friends, and when my last camera died on me, I needed to find a sturdy, but reasonably priced new digital camera. I wanted a black camera, and I wanted Samsung, as this is a brand that I trust and own a good few Samsung products including my phone...
Excerpt: Its a basic little camera which you'd expect for the price. Its smal enough to be able to carry it around with you without it being too cumbersom, yet at the same time its big enough for you not to loose and also still be able to see the screen and what your doing.
Pros: Price, Cheap Cheerful Does what it says on the tin
A good compact camera, but some issues lose it marks.
3 July 2010
Summary: An easy to use compact which takes some quality photos and has a good range of features. The lack of a viewfinder does mean you rely on the LCD screen to frame shots, so at night, or in dark conditions, it can make life difficult!
Summary: I wanted a well priced, simple compact digital for my technophobe Aunt....to stop her borrowing my Panasonic! She was very happy with it, nice size, good battery life, decent quality photos but MOST IMPORTANT it is easy to use!!
Summary: Colours don't appear quite perfectly as they should but better than a phone camera. ui is no problem. screen makes the colour issue look worse than it is and has poor viewing angles. product is fairly old now but it didn't put me off the brand.