If you can get this camera for under $140 don't think twice.
2 January 2013
Summary: This is one of those cameras that came out a while ago and Samsung quickly made another "class" of point & shots shortly after. It is the pefect size to carry around and delivers the quality you want in a camera plus ease of use. Compare this guy to the more expensive brands and you virtually lose nothing in the final analysis.
Summary: I am enjoying the camera. It has a lot of features to learn, so I am still getting used to it now. It is a little heavier than my old one, so carrying it is a little more awkward, but not a big deal. I love the zoom feature!
Excerpt: First review - http://www.digitalcamerainfo.com/content/Samsung-WB750-Digital-Camera-Review.htm It's actually MUCH-MUCH-MUCH better than they depict... Figure - A good, optically stabilized, Schneider-KREUZNACH f/3.2, 24 - over 400mm lens, not bad... Zooming while taking video, with pretty fast refocusing... Lower (by today's standards) megapixel count, with a BSI CMOS sensor, that's as big as possible, to accomedate the 400mm zoom... Full manual shooting...
Excerpt: This camera has been really hard to find since I saw the announcement here in September 2011. I finally found it at Fry's Electronics. They ran full page ads for this camera discounting it to $209.99 during the Black Friday/Cyber Monday promotion. That's a very good deal for a new model in the super travel zoom category. I've only had this camera about 2 days and used it extensively for only one evening so my review may not catch all the nuances I'll eventually discover.