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Dennis Hissink : January 6th 2005 - 17:08 CET

Samsung Digimax A7 digital camera introduction

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SamsungSamsung Digimax A7 digital camera introduction : Samsung announces the introduction of the Samsung Digimax A7. At 7.0 effective Megapixels the Samsung Digimax A7 is far more than a stereotypical midrange point and shoot digital still camera as this one is equipped with a wide range of advanced and cutting-edge features available on the market. The Samsung A7 delivers images of unsurpassed quality, featuring a Samsung High-Definition (SHD) lens. The Samsung Digimax A7's combined zoom is extended to 15x (3x optical, 5x digital). Users are presented with 10 different scene modes (Portrait, Children, Landscape, Close-up, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks, Beach & Snow and Text) from which to choose in creating the perfect shot.
Samsung Digimax A7 digital camera introductionSamsung Digimax A7 - Photo and Video
The 4cm macro setting allows for extreme close-up photography for those who wish to explore the artistic properties of surfaces, textures and other subject matter. The Samsung A7 is also highlighted by its innovative Power Movie Clip function, that allows users to shoot high quality VGA video clips. Power Movie Clip provides unmatched flexibility and creative control in allowing the user to shoot at either 30 FPS or 15 FPS of VGA quality video.

Samsung Digimax A7 - All-round
In addition, the Samsung Digimax A7 digital camera enables users to shoot and store video clips in one of three different sizes (640x480, 320x240 and 160x120). Finally, Power Movie Clip offers the ability to pause, fast forward and/or rewind the video right on the camera. The Samsung Digimax A7 features 32MB of internal memory, providing shooters with ample storage right on the camera itself. In addition to internal memory, the Samsung A7 includes a SD/MMC slot, that allows for an additional 512MB of capacity. Users can choose from an array of image sizes as well as three different resolution settings in Superfine, Fine and Normal. Once the images are captured and stored, PictBridge technology allows for easy output directly to a printer via a USB connection. Of course, the Samsung Digimax A7 comes with an advanced software suite including ArcSoft Photo Impression and Digimax Viewer to enable storage, editing and output via a PC.

Samsung Digimax A7 - User-friendly design
Samsung clearly had the user in mind when designing the new A-Series, as the camera comes equipped with a wide range of features that make it a snap to use. It all begins with their highly-intuitive graphical user interface (GUI), which facilitates easy access to the vast array of advanced functions and capabilities contained within the cameras. A bright 2-inch LCD display on the Samsung Digimax A7 makes it easy to view the subject during capture and playback, while an innovative new feature allows users to switch between capture and playback modes with just a single touch of the shutter button. The Samsung A7 digital camera also includes a one-touch manual function button that allows more advanced users to quickly and easily switch between manual, aperture priority and shutter priority modes.

Samsung Digimax A7 - Self photo mirror
The new Samsung Digimax A7 digital camera also features a Self Photo Mirror, which takes the 'hit or miss' out of taking your own photo. Shooters simply aim the camera at themselves, line up their face in the Self Photo Mirror and take the shot. Advanced image editing capabilities are also available that enable cropping, rotating and resizing to be performed right on the camera. With black & white, sepia and RGB color effects to choose from, the creative possibilities are endless. In addition, centred on the front of the camera is a bright, multi-function pilot lamp, which communicates the camera status to the user and/or the subject by displaying a different color to denote the specific function being performed (taking a picture, self timer, image upload, voice recording, etc).

Samsung Digimax A7 - Three power sources
Bearing in mind that you can't shoot pictures if you don't have power, Samsung designed the Samsung Digimax A7 to support five different power sources, including AA Alkaline, CR-V3, Ni-MH, a dedicated Samsung Li-ion (SBP- 1303) and an AC adapter. Li-ion and Ni-MH batteries provide enough power for roughly 308 shots, while AA Alkaline enables users to capture up to 110 images.

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