Samsung L100 review
I must admit, I was suprised at how slim yet easy to use the Samsung L100 was.
It has a nice set of scene modes, plus quite effective "digital" IS and even manuals
controls-adjustable shutter speed from 8s upto 1/1500s and aperture settings (a
choice between preset ones-not a full range tough like on other makes of cameras).
Auto exposure bracketing is available plus intuitive face detection and a great
montion capture drive mode.
In camera editing options are ACB (auto contrast balance)-is like D-Lighting but
seems more effective red-eye fix,color effects,contrast,brightness and saturation
adjustments and playback option are very nice-slideshows with interesting mudic
and several effects.
Image quality is quite nice for a 8MP slim camera
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