Samsung i85

Announced Jul 30, 2007 •
8 megapixels | 3 screen | 36 – 108 mm (3×)

What I wanted was a small camera with enough capabilities. This camera has it. I'm impressed by the ASR function, but I'm aware of the limitations when it is used with fast moving objects. Capturing mpeg4 movies with functional optical zoom and a pauze function is a big plus (H.264 would have been better, but mpeg4 is fine too). The camera can be slow in automatic+ASR mode (7 seconds for processing an image with low light conditions, however the result is excellent) but you can turn off this ...

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I purchased this camera after doing some lengthy research. I looked at Casio Exilim EX-V7(suffers from mediocre image quality) or EX-v8 (probably much more comparble to this camera) and Konica Minolta Dimage X1 (also medicore picture quality) models as well, with the criteria being a small, portable camera, with a non-protruding lens. In addition, I wanted video at least similar or better than the Flip Video Camcorders, which can do an hour of low quality video in a small package. The image ...

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I have had this camer for a week or so. The camera is well built very solid, but a bit heavy. I never used to like the style of the cameras with no extending lens. I really like the looks of this camera. Its picture quality is great. The prints look fabulous. I had a Sony t100 and returned it because of the high iso noise in the pictures. The Samsungs colors are accurate and not artificial like most of the sonys colors. The start up time is a bit slower than the canon or the sony but ...

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