Samsung DV150F is okay for a point and shot camera.
Jaime T. Kwan, Amazon
28 April 2014
Summary: I purchased this camera, because of the Dual-View screens. The camera is okay, but not the greatest. 1. It is hard to see the image from the front screen during day light. 2. The "click" sound is hardly heard when the shutter activated. 3. No adjustment to add or minus light exposure.
Summary: I like the color, the zoom, it does take great pictures but I am a MUA and I take pictures of my models displaying my work more than likely. I tried using the beauty shot function multiple times and it almost never recognizes the face and does not take good pictures
Summary: This camera is just 'ok'. Not the greatest pictures as the quality or resolution is a bit grainy. Video isn't so great either, very grainy output. But for simple basic stuff, it's adequate. Love the flip screen though so that makes up for a lot of its downfalls. (Yes, the lens is clean.
Summary: The camera was in perfect conditions: absolutely new, it match with the established aspects in the web page description, but in my opinion, it could have given more details about the functions.
Summary: I loved the multi view but the options aren't that good and not much to choose from. The picture quality is poor, every picture I took came out blurry. I wouldn't spent the money on this camera.
Summary: I was excited to get my camera and play with the plethora of functions and filters this super compact holds. there is definitely no shortage of things to learn with this camera. It is very lightweight and feels thin like if you drop it--that's gonna be it, it's over after that. Both the front and back LCD screens come in crystal clear with good color. I just wish it was touch screen rather than have to play with the tiny control pad and microscopic buttons it offers.
Summary: The camera has excellent results in natural bright light. The self-portrait, panorama, and zoom effects are awesome. The performance in low light is another story, very disappointing. I miss many good opportunities during parties because the auto-focus is simply non-existent evenings.
Summary: What I wanted this for was a point in shoot that took decent quality photos for my everyday shooting; the baby, things around the house. I'm still not sure about this camera though and if it will stand up to my needs.. as basic as they are. First of all, the flash is either off or "auto". So far I haven't seen anything that indicates that I can force the camera to take a picture with a flash.