Samsung NV24HD

Announced Jan 7, 2008 •
10 megapixels | 2.5 screen | 24 – 87 mm (3.6×)
Ton_majstor
 
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Build of the camera and it's sleek design is perfect. Camera has own remote controller (CEC/Anynet+), and a craddle for AV and computer connection. All the necessary cables are provided, even a HDMI one. HD (720p) video capture is very well and making movies with this camera as a source has almost a "semipro" touch. Still image quality is about average, however, with somewhat too lightened colours. Also, blue-ish tone is sometimes predominant. There is no significant distortions in the ...

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juosukai
 
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I bought the camera mainly for HD-video shooting, and there it performs very well. I am however very disappointed in the still image quality. It manages to screw up the skintones in all conditions and the images in low light are nothing to write home about. I have not used a compact camera for years, but I was disappointed with this one. Maybe I am just spoiled by my old and trusty Olympus E-300. Problems: Still Image quality

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Vincent Anthony
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Love the wide 24mm lens and the AMOLED screen. The build of this camera is top notch. Does not have the plastic feeling of most point and shoot cameras. The recording on HD is incredible and for $200 USD, it was a great deal. Only wish that Samsung used a bigger sensor for this camera. If they used a 1/1.8 sensor on this, it would have been near perfect.

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DerelictUK
 
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I bought this after months of trying to find a point & shoot camera with the option to trigger it by wireless remote. I never thought of Samsung but this camera has everything I needed: - You can trigger it by remote - It has a 24mm wide lens (there is less than a handful of P&S cameras out there with a 24mm lens, all of which sell for well over £250) - Full manual control - Good flash - Capable of capturing HD quality movies. Now the videos are bang on, as long as you don't zoom! If you zoom ...

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henrard
 
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pro's: 24mm zoom;hd(720p)video;amoled;very good definition of the images con's: smart touch;only x3.6 zoom Problems: nothing

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timiano
 
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Had been using a Casio S700 for nearly 18 months; which packed up due to sand in the lens. I moved to a Kodak v1253 after that, and that died within 3 months - never buy Kodak again. The trend here, is small form factor cameras that shoot acceptable video and pictures. I shoot serious stuff with a Canon 5D, so I know what quality is. Also, I must say, I love the 16:9 aspect. I like it for photos and video, preferring to display images on a screen rather than prints. 16:9 is essential. At ...

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enio
 
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I own a Canon S3, and i bought the NV42 because i needed a smaler camera to take everywhere (S3 an excellent camera, but a little bulky), and this one fits in any pocket. Construction is very good, very fast and responsive, handles low light conditions well. The smart touch interface needs some adaptation, but it pays off because it´s very good indeed Image quality is OK, but it´s no Canon... The HD movies look good, but the sound capture is weak. I was able to take 190 10 mpx photos (with ...

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