Samsung's newest ultracompact is the MV800, set apart from the competition with a flip-out LCD. The 3.0-inch touchscreen can be tilted, twisted or flipped on top of the camera for easier self-portrait framing.
Samsung's NX series of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras gets a new member today - the NX200. It boasts a whopping 20.3 megapixels on an APS-C sensor and burst shooting up to 7 fps. We've got some hands-on photos and impressions of the brand new NX200.
Samsung has announced the launch of the WB750, the latest in a line of compact ultrazooms - pocket-sized digital cameras with long zoom lenses.
Samsung introduces the rugged W200 camcorder today, capable of recording 1080 HD video in hostile environments and nasty weather. It will be equipped with a 5 megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, an f/2.2 lens and underwater recording capability up to 9 feet.
The latest firmware upgrade for Samsung's NX series adds a few features across the lineup of compact interchangeable lens cameras.
A new long zoom 18-200mm, 85mm f/1.4 portrait and a 60mm macro are among the new lenses announced by Samsung for the NX system.
Samsung announces two new budget compact digitals today, the ES80 and PL90. They offer basic features and a 5x optical zoom lens.
The Samsung TL500 is looking for a little respect. With manual exposure controls, a bright f/1.8 lens and Schneider-Kreuznach optics, it's positioned toe-to-toe with the likes of the G12 and the LX5. Read on for our first impressions of the scrappy TL500.
Samsung releases five new slim, style-minded ST cameras today. The Samsung ST30, ST6500, ST95, ST90 and ST65. The new point-and-shoots offer features such as 720p HD video recording and wide angle lenses.
At this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Samsung has announced several interesting new camcorders and cameras. These devices, with features and capabilities geared towards different segments of the consumer market join Samsung's comprehensive lineup of photographic tools.
Samsung announces a wireless compact for CES 2011, the SH100. In addition to WiFi hotspots, the SH100 can connect wirelessly to an Android Galaxy S smartphone to provide a live preview of an image before it has been captured.
Gearing up for CES later this week, Samsung launches another full 1080 HD camcorder with a BSI CMOS sensor. But the biggest news might be its price tag - the Q10 fetches an MSRP of just $300. That could add up to a lot of bang for your HD buck.
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