Excerpt: This is a great camera. Ill summarize its main advantages and disadvantages as I found them. Disadvantages: - Slow recording in mode RAW - the second shot can be done only after 15 sec - Samsung’s main competitor Canon is much faster. - 3.5″ display - it would have been better to …
Summary: I am a licensed child photographer, so I knew exactly what I was looking for when I bought this camera. This camera is now my favorite to use. I like that I dont have to change lenses, which lets me focus on only one thing - the children.
Summary: Haven't had the chance to use it alot since purchasing it. Still learning the MANY features the camera offers. Although, bulkier than most smaller digital cameras, it is easy to handle but the quality of the pictures and the capabilities of the camera more than make up for the size/weight. Love it.
Summary: I purchased this camera 2 weeks ago. I love using it. It has lots of function to play with. It is easy to use. I didnt have trouble taking good pictures in zoom mode outdoor. Indoor, I had to use tripod if i use zoom.
Summary: I just went into Fry's with my CF chip and took some test photos, comparing the Samsung Pro 815 with the Olympus E500 and the two lenses that come in its kit. I had very high expectations of a lens made by Schneider-Kreuznach, but they were dashed by my tests.
Summary: I had used Nikkon D70 before I bought this one. The advantage of this camera is I dont have to change the lens again and again.It includes both wide angle and telephoto lens.In addition to the still image, this camera also has video feature.So I can capture the video too.I bought this camera before...
Summary: I, like most people was drawn to this camera for its incredible 28-420mm lens and its 3.5 inch lcd screen. However i didnt like the max aperture of 8. But i gave it a chance anyways. First day i took it outside and took a few snapshots with ISO50, which comes in handy. ISO50-400 was fine for me.
Summary: First, the (now discontinued) Samsung Pro 815 is an outstanding camera. It looks like an SLR, but with the video mode option and it's incorporation of a fixed telescopic/wide-angle "combo" lens, it appears to be impossible to be using an SLR system (although Samsung seems to claim it as such).
Summary: I've read over all the reviews and I don't agree with them. For starters, I don't think that this camera is that difficult to use. This is my first digital camera ever, and I'm not having problems using it.
Summary: I just bought this camera, and I think it is really great. The LCDs and lens are what sold me, and they're everything I hoped for. Very high quality camera. Feels solid, all the components are well made. Pictures are amazing (see my posted pics).