Summary: Samsung is well known for its innovative point and shoot cameras. Where other companies are content to come up with models each year that increase the optical zoom or add more megapixels, Samsung looks to innovate, even within the inexpensive point and shoot market.
Excerpt: Samsung's first multiview camera lands with September release date The Samsung MV800 is a compact digital camera with a fully hinged back screen allowing the large 3-inch touchscreen to be viewed from almost any angle.
Excerpt: The Samsung MV800’s ($315) killer feature stares every user right in the face — that is if they want it to. Its 3.0-inch touch screen display can rotate 180 degrees, allowing users to easily frame self portraits or other awkward shots we’d rather not know about.
Summary: Under a snip under £250, there’s some tough competition out there for a similar price, more often than not offering a broader zoom range and more manual control. But that’s not necessarily what everyone bodies looking for in a compact.
Pros: Great touchscreen, intuitive interface and stylish design
Cons: High ISO performance can struggle, AF can be a touch slow
Summary: Clearly designed to be fun to use, the Samsung MV800 will appeal to those more used to a mobile phone. However, while the image quality is on a par with other similar cameras, the reliance on touchscreen controls will frustrate photographers more used to the handling of a DSLR.
Summary: • Comes with effective 16.15 Mega Pixels • Sports a display of 3 inches TFT LCD • Optical zoom of 5x • Digital zoom of 5x • Supports MPEG-4 video formats • Provided with PictBridge and electronic image stabilization • Have a minimum focus distance of 50mm • Have a flash memory capacity of 10 MB •...
Pros: Comes with effective 16.15 Mega Pixels , Sports a display of 3 inches TFT LCD , Optical zoom of 5x , Digital zoom of 5x , Supports MPEG-4 video formats , Provided with PictBridge and electronic image stabilization , Have a minimum focus distance of 50mm , Have a flash memory capacity of 10 MB
Cons: Poor quality screen , Touchscreen becomes sometimes unresponsive
Summary: The Samsung MV800 is available in India at a MOP of Rs.14,000. This camera is a really interesting camera when it comes to its design and features. There are not many cameras in the market, which have an interface, such as this with its responsive touchscreen display.