Summary: Bought one of these in 2007 and haven't regretted it in the least. Easy to use, very well built, totally reliable (so far) and actually looks like a proper camera rather than a toy, with proper optics.
Summary: Picture quality far better than sony atleast I have used sony and casio earlier but pic quality of samsung is far better than others sony has better battery life but it doesnt mean samsung has bad the only thing i didnt like with this NV5 is the shape but if u are looking for 7 X optical zoom at...
Summary: I was bought this camera as a gift for christmas, and I am totally over the moon with it....I love photographs and think they are the ideal way to capture history and special memories, but in the past I have had the cheaper variety of camera, which always seems plastic and cheap.
Summary: Received the item today (ordered 13th) and am delighted. The camera has a fantastic interface, very easy to use once you're accustomed to it. Very high quality photos, incredibly fast with little delay between taking them.
Summary: After reading some rave reviews on the NV5 I decided to take the plunge and buy it. The cameras good theres no denying it and the extra zooms nice (though you pay the price with the lens size.
Summary: The NV 5 is one of the new series of cameras in the "NV range" for this year from Samsung. It slots neatly in the middle of the range, and is almost the twin of the NV 7, just lacking the mechanical "Optical Picture Stabilization (OPS)".
Excerpt: This particular camera sits in the middle of the NV series by Samsung, though the NV3 and NV7 are more well known then this particular model. However, I happen to think that this particular model is perhaps undeservingly overlooked.
Pros: Good quality resolution, price, zoom lens, build quality
Cons: Large and bulky lens makes it tricky to carry .