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Ralf Jurrien : January 29th 2007 - 21:25 CET
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SamsungSamsung i7 : According to Engadget there is a new Samsung digital compact camera coming up soon. Although the Information is not official yet, the product shots that are published speak for themselves. The Samsung i7 incorporates a 7.2 Megapixel CCD image sensor and a 3x optical zoom lens. The new Samsung i7 is a so-called PMP device which can be explained as a Portable Media Player. Like its predecessors the Samsung i7 PMP features ASR (Advanced Shake Reduction) which prevents the degradation of image clarity and colour common to flash Photography. With ASR the effects of camera shake are reduced in lower light conditions. You can take well exposed, sharper pictures in low light without using a flash.
Samsung i7Samsung i7 PMP camera - LCD display
One unique feature of the Samsung i7 camera is the ability of rotating the 3-inch LCD monitor 180 degrees. Furthermore the Samsung digital compact camera is able to boost the sensitivity up to 1600 ISO. Assuming the Samsung i7 PMP supports PictBridge printing pictures is easy by connecting the Samsung i7 compact camera direct to a compatible printer, without the need of a PC or notebook. At this moment it is not clear when the new Samsung i7 will be introduced, but PMA 2007 is in sight!

Samsung i7 compact camera features
• 7.2 Megapixel CCD
• 3x optical zoom
• Unique 180 degrees rotating LCD display
• 3-inch LCD monitor
• MP3 support
• Advanced Shake Reduction technology
• 1600 ISO support

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About Samsung
During 27 years of experience in the camera industry, Samsung has deployed a wide range of digital camera product lines, from a 2 Megapixel model in 2001 to a slim style model and a 8 Megapixel 15x zoom model in 2005, by utilizing its superior information technology in high precision lens/optics. In the coming years, Samsung will concentrate on technology convergence and development of the best-designed products that meet customer requirements, based on its core technology and competency in design, development and manufacturing. In addition, Samsung will establish global networks for sales and services to provide a faster response to customers' needs. All of these efforts should boost the Company to the position of the worlds best digital camera company.





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