Samsung L55W camera - Operation|
According to Joshua Waller: " Using the camera is fairly straightforward, simply switch it on and start taking photos, however, when you want to use some of the more advanced features of the camera it quickly becomes much more complicated, mainly due to the complicated menu system(s), and some of the hidden functions (such as the +/- button and audio recording). Once you get used to switching between the modes and find all the options the camera becomes slightly easier to use, and it is fairly easy to use the more basic functions of the camera.
Samsung Digimax L55 digital camera - Macro & Focus
Joshua continues: "I was slightly disappointed with the image quality of this camera, as images were overly soft, occasionally out of focus, and suffered from high purple fringing. Color was quite good, with saturated colors, and detail was average. The macro mode is very impressive allowing you to be 1 cm away from the subject. Noise was also quite low the majority of the time. If a long exposure was selected then noise reduction went into overdrive, meaning that lots of detail is lost. Red eye is generally low.
Samsung Digimax L55W compact camera - LCD monitor
"The camera speed is generally quite good, with a good switch on time, good focusing time, good shutter response, and a good continuous shooting mode. The screen size and resolution is very impressive at 2.8" with 195,840 pixels, and the quality appears good with a dark black background - it's also easily viewable in bright sunlight - I prefer the 2.8" wide-screen to other 3" screens. Battery life is quite good providing around 200 shots per charge." You want to learn more about the Samsung Digimax digital camera? Continue to read the Samsung Digimax L55W review at DigiCamReview!