Samsung launches a new batch of digital camerasFirst sight of the HZ10W with 24mm wide angle lens
22 January 2009
Samsung revealed its latest digital cameras at CES including the 12.2Mp TL100 (pictured).
The line up included the SL420 and the SL102. Both SL cameras are 10.2Mp models, and the SL102 has a 2.5 inch screen and 3x optical zoom, while the SL420 has a larger 2.7 inch screen and a more powerful 5x zoom.
Samsung also showed off its 14mm deep entry-level ST50 with its 12Mp resolution, and the Samsung ST10, which, Samsung claims, will learn to recognise familiar faces in photographs and adjust to exposure settings accordingly to provide better photographic results.
High definition video shooting
Other models showcased include the 10.2Mp HZ10W, which has a wide angle lens measuring 24-240mm, providing a 10x zoom, and the Samsung WB500 with HD video shooting capabilities. Samsung also confirmed that the 10Mp PL60 will become available in March for around £129.
Ben Stevens, Which? researcher, said: 'Samsung has introduced a number of affordable models to the market with a broad variety of features. We'll pick up a few of these new models when they become available in the UK, and subject them to a full Which? test.'
For further information, read our CES 2009 report, or feature our digital camera pages, where you'll find more than 250 digital camera reviews.
For daily consumer news, subscribe to the here. If you have an older web browser you may need to copy and paste this link into your newsreader: http://www.which.co.uk/feeds/reviews/news.xml . Find out more about RSS in the Which? guide to news feeds.
Sign up to the Which? weekly technology focus email
Keep your finger on the pulse of digital technology with the weekly email from the Which? Technology team. Every Tuesday we'll send you the latest news and reviews of MP3 players, mobile phones, cameras, high-definition TVs and other gadgets. Packed with the latest product launches, First Look reviews, expert advice and some incredible deals - can you afford not to be the first to find out?