Summary: The LCD screen which flapped upto 180 degree is useful to take a selfportrait. F value is so nice that I could take photos in dark circumstance. This camera has good wifi system, so I can transfer my photos to my i-pad and PC without codes.
Summary: I bought this camera before a cruise to Alaska knowing it was thin and compact, therefore easy to carry around in my purse. I especially wanted a 180-flip out screen so it would be easy to take pictures of myself and friends. I received it today and was very pleased.
Summary: I purchased this camera for a trip at the last minute. While on the trip I found there were few things about it that annoyed me. It has a lot of nice features but they don't always work when they are suppose to, which was annoying while trying to capture moments on my trip.
Summary: This camera is easy to use, I like the large touch screen, but it came with an empty slot for the micro SD card. I had to order a card and wait another 4 days before I could use any of the functions on the camera, they all use the memory card.
Summary: I got this to complement my Canon 7D for moments when you don't feel like carrying around a big camera. Lots of settings and predefined photo-editing features right in the camera. the WiFi feature is difficult to set and extremely slow which makes it a feature you stay away from.
Summary: I was looking for a camera that had a flip screen (to record videos for YouTube) and something that was small. This fits the bill! The picture is clear and it uploads nicely. The screen does shut off when doing video (after a certain amount of time) and you have to touch it to see again (I'm...
Summary: Overall, I am happy with my purchase of this camera. I had a Panasonic DC before and loved it, but it was missing two key features that I missed, and I found them in this Samsung camera: the flip-screen and capability to zoom while video recording.
Summary: I got this camera to replace my LEICA point & shoot since I really needed a camera where I can be included in the photo and see what is being shot. Of course the camera specifications of the Samsung MV900F is not comparable to that of the LEICA, it is good enough for me since I just need to capture...