Conclusion: The dual LCD screens are a particularly appealing selling point given the prevalence of self-portraiture among photo-takers and the overall ease-of-use of this unit coupled with its affordable price tag make it a recommendable compact particularly to those who don’t take their photography too...
Excerpt: , their $249.00 point-and-shoot camera with a dual LCDs and a slew of features unseen anywhere else. Many of the innovations don’t just make sense; they’re downright brilliant. But a few of the features seem unnecessary and frankly are head scratchers, is there such a thing as too much innovation on...
Excerpt: This is a small – almost dainty – digitalcamera that will easily fit in a pocket or purse. It is predominately black with certain silvered buttons and a grey band along the top and one side. I would even consider it stylish.
Conclusion: Overall the Samsung fulfils its aim of being a fun and easy to use compact camera, well suited to general family photography. The images and video suffer from a general softness and lack of detail, so if absolute quality is important to you then this is unlikely to be the camera to pick.
Pros: Second screen useful and fun, easy to use, style effects add some creative scope
Cons: Overall image quality isn't great, video quality isn't great
Summary: The Samsung PL150 brings the clever DualView technology from last year's first generation cameras to a much wider audience thanks to its very competitive price, although image quality isn't such a strong point thanks to unwanted noise at relatively slow ISO speeds.