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Samsung NV7 OPS review at DigiCamReview
Mark Peters : May 25th 2007 - 16:24 CET
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DigiCamReview.co.ukSamsung NV7 OPS review at DigiCamReview : Our friend Joshua Waller from DigiCamReview has published his Samsung NV7 camera review. The 7 Megapixel Samsung NV7 OPS includes a world-renowned Schneider 7x optical zoom lens (equivalent to 38-270 mm in 35 mm format). For clear images in undesirable shooting conditions, the Samsung NV7 includes an Optical Picture Stabilization system. The system combats the many causes of blurry images, including handshake, long zoom shooting, long exposures and nighttime shooting, by incorporating a sophisticated CCD shift mechanism that senses motion and that will automatically shift the CCD to compensate for the movement. Also included is Samsung’s Advanced Shake Reduction (ASR).
Samsung NV7 OPS review at DigiCamReviewSamsung NV7 - Camera housing
According to Joshua Waller: "The stylish design and colour scheme looks very good. However there isn't much that your thumb can grip onto. There is a decent hand grip on the front of the camera. The zoom control is fairly easy to use, however I personally prefer horizontal controls that you press left or right rather than the vertical control found on the Samsung NV7. There is a built in tripod mount although it is very near the edge. The strap loop is very stylish. The camera labels almost none existen, instead, the "Smart Touch" interface labels are on screen when the camera is in use."

Samsung NV7 OPS compact camera - Action photography
Joshua continues: "Shot to shot time is around 2 seconds, with flash on this slows down to around 2.5 seconds between shots. Playback mode is quick, and it's easy to zoom in on your last shot and check for blur with the zoom control. Moving from picture to picture is quick but you can also get an overview of 9 shots at a time if you zoom out one more notch. Moving around the different menu options is rapid. Continuous shooting is sluggish taking 1.5 second or more for each shot and the screen switches off meaning you can't see what you are taking photos of, high speed shooting is much quicker at around 2fps for up to 3 shots, a motion capture continuous shooting mode shoots at 8fps at 1mp."

Samsung NV7 OPS digital camera - Ratio and Focus
"Image quality is good but not brilliant for an ultra compact digital camera - the images have good colour with very high saturation, good contrast, although noise is noticeable at all ISO settings. The higher ISO settings of ISO800 and ISO1000 were fairly disappointing and lacked colour. Detail seemed lower than expected, and images did appear slightly over-processed resulting in soft looking images. Indoors photos were good, but noise was high, and there was noticeable red eye. Purple fringing was noticed in some of the shots, but is quite low. The camera was competent at focusing, indoors thanks to the focus assist lamp. I did not notice any vignetting, barrel or pincushion distortion. There is a good range of image sizes, and compression options, but no choice regarding the aspect ratio.", concludes Joshua. You want to learn more about the Samsung digital camera? Continue to read the Samsung NV7 OPS review at DigiCamReview!

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