Summary: GOOD SELLER. Full featured camera at very good price. The only drawback or disadvantage is that it uses a proprietary Samsung charging and connector cable. I hope Samsung changes to a more universal USB connector and cable.
Summary: I hate this camera. The flash pops up right where you hold the camera so if you ask someone to take your pic, they always stumble & almost drop it. The pics are not great quality. I tried to return it, but terrible customer service & no one to help. Sucks all the way around.
Summary: I love this camera as it is very user friendly. I love making short movie clips which i can do with ease with this camera. This is the only camera that I don't need help with. This is the second one that I bought. as I droped my other one and it hit on the lens and would no longer open or close.
Summary: I have this camera the video quality is HORRID! also the pictures are so bright!! and if you take flash off it turns out blurry or really unsaturated! it turns your face white if you have any kind of face makeup! and shows up all imperfections the...
Summary: I purchased this camera to replace one exactly like it. I loved my camera until I left it on the handlebars of my bike during a rain storm. It's a perfect point and shoot camera. I'm not going to go into camera-land details because it isn't an SLR.
Summary: I got this camera for Christmas in 2009 and its the best camera. I got this one in red to match my phone. Great picture quality, adequate zoom. I like the smart options and scene recognition. Large LCD and very clear. This may just be cause my camera broke but the video quality is a little iffy.
Summary: I was sad to depart from my 6MP Canon D600 last year, then decided to jump the gun on the SL620 to keep up with higher MPs... what a disappointment. The SL620 took great pictures, camera looks good...but features started falling apart.
Summary: I have never written a review in my life, but this camera is incredible. I have never used a camera that came anywhere close to this in durability. In the last year and a half my camera has been underwater, buried in sand, covered in snow, dropped on concrete (not by me), and frozen.