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Samsung Digimax V700 digital camera introduction
Dennis Hissink : January 6th 2005 - 23:45 CETupdated
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SamsungSamsung Digimax V700 digital camera introduction: For manufacturers, there is no better launch pad than the Consumer Electronics Show when it comes to introducing their hottest, most advanced electronics for the new year. Samsung Camera will do exactly that as they are set to introduce the Samsung Digimax V700, a 7 Megapixel digital camera. Following the Digimax V50, introduced at CES 2004, the Samsung V700 is the latest addition to Samsung's highly successful V-Series line of high end digital cameras. Competitively priced at $399.99, the Samsung Digimax V700 is sure to turn heads with its unparalleled style and host of features, making it one of the most affordable, advanced point-and-shoot digital still cameras on the market today.
Samsung Digimax V700 digital camera introductionSamsung Digimax V700 - 7 Megapixel
"We are very excited about the launch of the Samsung Digimax V700 as it represents the third generation of our V-Series line," said Ken Gerb, Senior Vice President National - Sales for Samsung Camera. "The Samsung V700 is the first, high-end, 7 Megapixel digital camera that we have introduced in the US and with its price/performance ratio, it's sure to have quite an impact on the competition." With features like a 4 cm super macro mode, a huge 2-inch color LCD and powerful manual controls, the Samsung Digimax V700 is ideal for virtually every application.

Samsung Digimax V700 - Schneider optics
Following in the footsteps of the popular V50, the Samsung Digimax V700 offers quality construction and style, world-class Schneider optics, a plethora of customization modes and other features to create one of the foremost digital cameras in its class. The Samsung Digimax V700 packs a new 7.4 mega pixel (total pixels) 1/1.8" CCD sensor in a stylish aluminium enclosure that's easy to use and to hold. With its high-quality f/2.8 ~ 5.1 Schneider 7.8mm ~ 23.4mm lens (equivalent to a 38 ~ 11 4 mm lens in 35mm film ) the camera provides an enormous array of features in one sleek package. The macro mode captures images as close as 4 cm, while the 10 x digital zoom extends the range of the Schneider lens into the super-telephoto range.

Samsung Digimax V700 - Full range of custom choices
The 2.0-inch TFT LCD screen provides a large focusing area and is also home to the camera's wider range of creative controls. The intuitive graphical user interface (GUI) allows users to easily navigate the camera's menu of features and capabilities. Photographers have a full range of custom choices including a variety of exposure modes, five ISO settings, five flash settings and more. The Samsung V700 utilizes a combination mechanical and electronic shutter to capture images at up to 1/2000 of a second. The Samsung Digimax V700 digital camera can capture still images in single, continuous, AWB, AEB or AFB modes, at sizes up to 5MB and store them as TIFF, JPEG (DCF), EXIF 2.2 or DPOF format. The camera also has the ability to capture MPEG-4, 30 frames-per-second movie clips at a size of 640 x 480. The V700 also features Movie Clip Stabilizer and Movie Edit functions that can be performed right on the camera. AEB shooting provides a choice of presets custom designed for some typical - and also some difficult to master - shooting environments. The Samsung Digimax V700 includes pre-programmed settings in an Auto mode, Program mode, A, S, M mode, Night mode and Scene modes including: Portrait, Children, Landscape, Close-up, Sunset , Dawn, Backlight, Firework s, Beach & Snow and Text.

Samsung Digimax V700 - Storage and Energy
The Samsung Digimax V700 also takes advantage of the small form-factor of SD/MMC storage cards with guaranteed storage of up to 1GB. SD is quickly becoming the preferred storage media for compact digital cameras thanks to the formats ability to pack a large amount of data into a small space. With its thin design, the Samsung V700 digital camera is designed to support the 3V Duracell CP1 high-power lithium battery, an optional rechargeable 3V Li-ion (SLB-1137) from Samsung or an AC adapter.

Samsung Digimax V700 - Interfaces
The Samsung V700 transfers images via its built-in USB connection and comes with software for both the Windows and the Macintosh platforms (TBD) including Digimax Viewer, ArcSoft PhotoImpression, ArcSoft VideoImpression and Digimax Reader. The Samsung Digimax V700 digital camera can also be connected to NTSC or PAL external monitors for image and movie playback via the included connectors. The Samsung Digimax V700 also offers PictBridge technology, allowing users to connect the camera directly to a printer via USB cable and output images right from the camera's internal memory or SD card. A related feature that comes in handy is the ability to edit, crop and resize images right on the camera before sending them to a computer or printer for distribution or output. Ideal for either the casual snap shooter or the advanced photographer, the Samsung V700 offers fully automatic and manual controls. From point and shoot to shutter priority to aperture priority all the way to full manual, the Samsung Digimax V700 has it all.

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