Excerpt: Sleek, sexy, stylish... not words you often hear when talking about compact digital cameras. But hear them you will if you take Samsung's NV11 out to take pictures. Samsung's NV line certainly looks good, and the NV11 looks just as stylish as its siblings in the line.
Conclusion: Samsung NV11 digital compact camera The Samsung NV camera series is a luxurious collection of design cameras with which it follows in the footsteps of, for instance, Canon with its IXUS series.
Excerpt: Compared to NV10, the new Digimax NV11 from Samsung has 5x optical zoom instead of 3x, a larger LCD, and 20% more battery life (up to 220 shots). The body design is not the most impressive on the market these days, but I’ll suppose this is the last thing that matters on a solid 10MP compact with...
Summary: You get a sense that Samsung's Digimax NV11 is different just from looking at its black, sculpted body. And there's plenty to back up this impression once you get under the hood, starting with Samsung's innovative Smart Touch control system.
Excerpt: The NV11 ($329) is the latest and greatest in Samsung's high-end
NV-series of digital cameras. It builds on the NV10 (introduced in 2006),
adding a more powerful zoom lens (5X vs. 3X) and a larger LCD (2.7" vs.
while improving battery life by over 20%.
Pros: Stylish design, built like a brick, 5X zoom in a relatively small package, Large, high resolution 2.7" LCD display (though see issues below), Unique user interface (though see below), Full manual controls, Powerful flash, Advanced Shake Reduction works as advertised, if you don't mind the extra w...
Cons: Soft images with noise reduction artifacts, even at ISO 80, Redeye a big problem, even with in-camera removal tool, Poor white balance performance under artificial light, Awkward user interface can be frustrating; sometimes too sensitive, other times not sensitive enough; simple tasks take too lo...
Excerpt: Samsung Camera Companys NV11 sits at the top of the company's NV line of cameras. It is a 10.1 megapixel digital camera that features a 5X optical zoom with a 2.7-inch color TFT LCD viewfinder.
Excerpt: There’s a 5x optical zoom covering 38-190mm, though there is no optical or CCD-shift image stabilisation. Instead, the NV11 uses ASR (Anti Shake Reduction), an in-camera process that interprets sharpening and colour information and can only be used on its own specific setting, not in shutter or...
Conclusion: There are a lot of points I like about the Samsung Digimax NV11. The photos it takes are eye catching when it comes to sharpness. I also like the colours the camera produces. It also offers manual controls for a reasonable price.
Pros: Sharp photos - looks good - feels good it the hand - large LCD screen - after photo effects
Cons: Wide angle photos - shutter lag can be a problem from time to time