In an early morning announcement, Samsung has rolled out a pair of new SL models: the feature-rich SL310W and the budget-minded SL201.
Among its collection of CES releases, Samsung announced two new entry-level digital cameras in addition to three new L-series models on Sunday. New cameras include the basic S760 and S860, and the more well-speced L100, L110, and L210.
As we reported, Samsung added several new and updated cameras to its New Vision (NV) lineup on Sunday, including the high-definition NV24HD, the updated NV30 and NV40, and the PMP-ready NV4.
Samsung has announced two new digital cameras in their entry level S line. The Samsung S760 and S860 are your typical entry level digital cameras. The S760 is a 7.2 megapixel camera, and the S860 is an 8.1 megapixel camera, but they're identical otherwise. They both have 3x optical zooms and feature sets. Both cameras will be available in January 2008 with the S760 available at an MSRP of $169 and the S860 at $179.
In addition to the three new NV cameras announced today, the Samsung i85 digital camera is also being announced. It's the latest model in a generation of very slim cameras capable of doubling as a personal media player (PMP). The Samsung i85 features 8 megapixel resolution, 5x optical zoom, 3 inch LCD, and measures 3.74" x 2.42" x 0.8".
Samsung has updated its stylish NV line with three new digital cameras. The NV20 offers 12 megapixels, the NV15 comes in at 10 megapixels, and the NV8 takes 8 megapixel shots. All three of the new digital cameras have the Smart Touch interface that appears on most NV models.
Samsung has announced the L83T, L830, and S85 digital cameras. All three new cameras feature a new (to Samsung) facial recognition feature. The slim, stylish L83T features 8.2 megapixels, 3x optical zoom, 2.5 inch LCD, facial recognition, and Advanced Shake Reduction. The 8 megapixel L830 has a 3x optical zoom and 2.5 inch LCD. The 8 megapixel S85 gets a 5x optical zoom and 2.5 inch LCD.
While the Samsung L77 was announced outside of the US a few weeks ago, today it was announced that the L77 would be available in the US in April. The "world's thinnest" (at 21mm thick) 7 megapixel, 7x optical zoom L77 will retail for $399.
Samsung has rolled out a couple cameras today, the NV11 and L74 Wide. The NV11 features NV styling, 10 megapixel resolution, 5x optical zoom, 2.7 inch LCD and Smart Touch interface. The L74 Wide, as the name implies, features a wide angle (28mm) lens, 7 megapixel resolution, 3.6x optical zoom and a 3 inch touch screen.
Samsung decided to start 2007 off with a bang and six new digital cameras. There are four new S series cameras and two new L cameras. In the interest of keeping up with things at CES, I'm going to keep things short and sweet.
Samsung has added two new cameras to their "S" line of digital cameras. The 7 megapixel Samsung Digimax S700 and 10 megapixel Digimax S1000 will be avaialble in August. The S700 has an MSRP of $249 and the S1000 has an MSRP of $349.
After two years of extensive market research, Samsung has rolled out a new line of premium digital cameras. The NV (for New Vision) line now includes the NV3, NV7, and NV10 digital cameras. With this new line, Samsung has attempted to reach a pretty broad audience. The NV3 is a convergence device that acts like a camera and a personal media player. The NV7 is a more advanced camera with optical image stabilization. The NV10 is a slim, stylish 10 megapixel camera.
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