A good camera, useful for any type of picture taking.
16 May 2012
Summary: I bought this camera to use it for taking artistic pictures. I love that it has so many options and picture editing right on the camera. The touch screen is sensitive enough to use but not over sensitive. The screen is easy to see in sunlight. The zoom is great because it doesn't pixelate. The only thing I do not like about this camera is that the zoom is a little too sensitive and I sometimes accidentally zoom in right before I take a picture.
Summary: I bought this camera as a gift to my mom this Christmas ... In terms of portability, this camera is so small that it fits the palm of your hands... The wifi capability is cool because you can easily upload pictures to your Facebook w/o the use of your pc. However, this camera doesnt produce clear pictures when used outdoors in the evening.... The zoom function is also very limited... Overall I would say that it is a good point and shoot camera...
Super camera ,great price,Highly recommended to all!
4 December 2011
Summary: This Samsung SH 1oo is a great lightweight and very user friendly digital/WIFI camera.I have just had some fun with the multiple functions.I love to use my camera on a very regular basis.With this model I can capture wider angles and the picture quality is great.Often you have only little time to get your pictures taken as you may have to keep to a time limit Examples:weddings,road trips,sports events&Live performances.I use the smart auto option for evening indoors...
Conclusion: SH100 has wi-fi, instant email, but no web browser.
Pros: Easy To Use, Fast/accurate auto-focus, Good Image Quality, Good Image Stabilization, Good in Low Light, Great Zoom, I enjoy my Samsung camera, I like, Needs to link to p-town, Nice Body Color, No onboard memory MustSD, Overall45 grade, Short Lag Time, Small / Compact
Summary: Having learned to use film cameras, and then switching to DSLRs, this is quite a learning experience for me. It's tiny; I wouldn't want it any smaller, but the ergonomics work pretty well for me. Not much in the way of buttons. It's like using my smart phone. One thing I didn't like was the best resolution and picture quality wasn't the default. Easily changed, but not what I'd expect. The battery charged quickly. I'm still seeing how long it runs.
Smart pocketable point and shoot camera for daily use
18 March 2012
Excerpt: "...it! At first look the Samsung SH100 might look like just another sleek point and shoot camera, but you have to experience it to feel the difference. Samsung has kept the packaging simple and unboxing is quick. Inside you will find the camera,battery,connectors,plug point, stylus(yes the camera operates with this most of the time), user manual and the software cd.Finding the battery flap and setting up the battery is also ...
Pros: Wi - fi enabled, ultra compact, high ISO,USB charging, Li ion battery(rechargeable), HD(1280 * 720)Video
Cons: Resistive touch screen, low inbuilt memory, mostly 2 hand operation, buttons don't glow in dark
Excerpt: Samsung is onto a really good product here – it is very compact, easy to use, takes great pics, is flexible, and does that awesome Wi-Fi stuff. But the ‘rushed to market’ feel is just too evident. Get the Samsung SH100 – but not yet. Wait one generation. Then you’re sorted.
Pros: Very decent image quality (albeit noisy in low light, but to be expected) and decent control features The Wi-Fi works very well, and the auto-upload is so handy
Cons: The key selling points are only half implemented (uploads limited to 2MB, smartphone remote view very limited) MicroSD for memory. This stuff is much slower than SD, and very fiddly. Why not an SD slot and adapter like most others? Proprietary plug