Samsung Digimax i5

Announced May 24, 2005 •
5 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 39 – 117 mm (3×)
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Excellent camera, easy to use, good quality picture. Excelent Safe Flash feature, 5 X digital zoom still gives good quality images. Small size body, the best of its kind. Problems: No tripod socket, little too small round rear dial.

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merit_mm
 
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* excellent sharpness * very usefull and effective SF feature * big and qood quality screen * very good quality video with zoom (!!!) * main parameters -: aperture ans time - visible at the screen * I stopped using my nikon D70 after purchasing i5 ;-)) Problems: * battery a little bit too weak * tripod mount would be usefull

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- Exellent picture quality (sharp and clear) - Wonderfull macro features - Exellent construction materials - Intuitive and easy to use - SF (image stabilizer) very usefull Problems: - No tripod possibility - Colours should be more vivid - Underwater case useless below 5 metres (for such a body its relatively easy and cheap to build a 40 metres marine case) - Battery life to be improved

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MartyFX
 
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This has to be one of the best all rounders in the slim DSC market. I love the high quality video and 50 Mb built in memory. Bought this a month after buying the Sony T7( crap indoor/lowlight camera). The Samsung has a Safety Flash facility for the perfect exposure when the flash would usually over-expose the situation. Great for those fire-lit eveings etc. I find the plastic screen protector on the LCD to be very rewarding seeing that my useless Sony screen got heavily scratched during everyday

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thomaspan
 
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nice Camera. screen gets scratched easily. screen is good for use even in bright sunlight. picture quality in wide angle ok, in telephoto below average. feature set is great, safety flash works (i prefer availabe light photography and i have a steady hand). picture quality by far not comparable with canon digital ixus i or ixus 500 (less contrast, lesscolor saturation, less details in wide landscapes, less sharpness) but taking the price into account (and the fact that canon delivers iso 50 ...

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