It's the zoom, specifically, the optical zoom. Thin smartphones just don't have the build for moving...
Nikon's Coolpix P600 takes the foundation built by last year's P520 and adds a mammoth 60x zoom to i...
Delkin's BLACK SD cards are supposed to be as rugged as any outdoor camera.
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The Samsung EX2F is an attractively understated camera with an 1/1.7-inch BSI CMOS sensor. It is small enough to be dropped in a jacket pocket and light enough to be used all day without fatigue. The EX2F features a robustly constructed magnesium body over a light-weight metal alloy frame. The EX2F's build quality is reminiscent of the precision machining and iconic mechanical engineering of premium quality German cameras from the fifties - it was clearly manufactured to withstand the rigors of heavy use. Most current point and shoot digital cameras come with a flimsy wrist strap, but the EX2F sports a neckstrap which not only provides better protection against drops and bumps, but also saves a few seconds when a Kodak moment occurs; since the camera is always ready to go - rather than in your pocket, or worse yet, at home.The 12 megapixel Samsung EX2F is a well built imaging tool that was obviously designed for serious photographers. It is a somewhat "retro" looking little camera measuring 4.4 inches/112.1mm x 2.45 inches/62.4mm x 1.08 inches/27.55mm and weighing in at 11.2 ounces (318grams) with battery and SD card - the EX2F is slightly smaller and lighter than its predecessor. The EX2F features superb fit and finish, excellent dust/moisture seals, and a functional handgrip which provides better stability and camera handling.Read our Full Review of the Samsung EX2F
» Samsung WB350F ReviewThe Samsung WB is a great little camera for new photographers or ones looking to step up from a smartphone. It has good functionality as well as Wi-Fi and NFC.Read More
» Samsung Galaxy NX ReviewThe Galaxy NX is a mirrorless camera featuring a 20.3 megapixel APS-C sensor mated with Samsung's DRIMe IV Image Signal Processer and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean operating system.Read More
» Samsung NX1 Hands-on PreviewLet's give Samsung credit for unveiling the most pleasant surprise of photokina. It managed to create a backside illuminated (i.e. BSI) APS-C format 28-mega pixel CMOS sensor for its new mirrorless NX1.Read More
» Samsung Goes for 4K Video Capture with NX1Samsung is furthering its investment in 4K with the new NX1, extending it from the home theater realm to its digital imaging products, notably its NX lineup. Read More
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