Samsung S860

Announced Dec 4, 2007 •
8 megapixels | 2.4 screen | 38 – 114 mm (3×)
AlexeyS
 
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I wanted to buy a digital CLR and my wife wanted small camera to take it everywhere. So we have chosen this model because it was cheapest and looked good enough. I didn't expect high quality from such camera so it didn't show it. Anyway IMO such small camera could show higher quality if producers didn't try to put as many megapixels in the same sensor as possible. For example I compared photos made with this Samsung and my previous camera - Olympus C50 (5 MPx). Cameras are of the same class, ...

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Dan Mancuso
 
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I needed a smaller camera to aide me in day to day activities. I have a problem with my memory and beside the standard notepad and pen, I wanted something to take pictures of places I had been and things I saw. Well, bumping into this camera exceeded my expectation to a great degree. I had been using a very small (cheap $10) snapper for a few weeks, and while it satisfied most of my needs, it fell short in the area of detail, especially taking snaps of text, letters, newspaper ads, TV or ...

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alanharvey
 
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Having used analogue SLRs in the past and done a little darkroom work even, these days I confine my creative urge mainly to digital capture, composition and touch-up. So while not a pro, I've been a dabbler/enthusiast long enough to know my own mind when it comes to imaging pros & cons. My digicam learning curve has been mainly with Canon gear, starting with an A5 early on, then a number of successors and other models since, recently settling for an A720is. Then for the past couple of years ...

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alanharvey
 
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Having used analogue SLRs in the past and done a little darkroom work even, these days I confine my creative urge mainly to digital capture, composition and touch-up. So while not a pro, I've been a dabbler/enthusiast long enough to know my own mind when it comes to imaging pros & cons. My digicam learning curve has been mainly with Canon gear, starting with an A5 early on, then a number of successors and other models since, recently settling for an A720is. Then for the past couple of years ...

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