Summary: You've probably seen the Samsung DualView TL225 camera in TV commercials recently. It's not often camera manufacturers highlight a single camera model with a TV campaign, especially a camera, but I found during my DualView TL225 review that the company has good reason to promote this model.
Pros: The DualView TL225's "wow" factor is off the charts with two LCDs, Touch-screen LCD on back is large, bright, and sharp - one of the best around, Image quality is very good, Autofocus works very well most of the time, Menu structure is easy to understand, especially with touchscreen LCD
Cons: Camera can be a little tough to hold comfortably because of large LCD, Not surprisingly, an LCD that occupies the entire back of the camera is easy to smudge, Only can charge battery while it's in camera, Macro mode images sometime wash out when flash is required, Only works with less common Micr...
Excerpt: The Samsung TL 225 is a 12.2 megapixel point and shoot camera. The TL225 features a 4.6x optical zoom lens and optical image stabilization. It has a 3.5″ touchscreen LCD on the back. What makes the TL225 so different though, is that it has a 1.5″ LCD on the front.
Excerpt: Your online coolness factor hinges on three things: your number of friends (or followers), the wittiness of status updates (or tweets) and the quality of your self-taken picture (or poorly framed mess).
Pros: Front LCD is fantastic for creating self-indulgent photos. Focal length starts at 27mm, which makes for great wide-angle shots.
Cons: So-so image quality, especially in low light. Long shutter lag means many missed moments. Touchscreen isn’t very responsive or protected by a plastic screen — we felt like it could get damaged pretty easily.
Summary: Is it all about the image created, or the unique features of a camera? That’s often a question I ask myself when reviewing a new camera. The new Samsung DualView TL225 is by no means short on innovative features, including a dual LCD system that consists of a 3.5 inch touch screen on the back and a...
Pros: Dual LCD technology, Haptic touch screen, Slim form factor
Summary: Samsung is one of the biggest electronics makers out there, with a product range running from LCD and LED TVs to RAM and lithium-ion batteries. However, Samsung occupies only about 9% of the digital camera market, so the company has some work to do.