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.
That said, the articulated screen and secondary shutter button are great features that I hope to see on other cameras in the future. I just wish the MV800 had a control dial.
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 • Poor quality screen • Touchscreen becomes sometimes unresponsive Samsung brings forth an enticing camera named Samsung MV800 Digital Camera .
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
Excerpt: The Samsung MV800 has a 5x optical zoom lens offering a focal length equivalent of 26-130mm in 35mm film terms and behind this sits a CCD 16.1Mp sensor producing a 4608x3456 resolution and an ISO range of 100-3200. With a built-in flash, a combined zoom/shutter button and a thickness of just 18.3mm, there's little to suggest it offers any new or exciting features until it's viewed from behind‘¦ With two buttons beside Samsung's MultiView 3.0in wide Flip-out display and...
Excerpt: Samsung's camera designers aren't afraid to innovate. Their latest creation is a stylish metal clamshell camera with a screen that rotates through 180 degrees for self-portraits. Articulated screens are hardly new but the way this one opens up like a book is certainly eye-catching. Because it's hinged at the top, it also doubles as a stand, allowing the camera to be placed on a table or other surface and tilted up at an angle.