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Dennis Hissink : January 3th 2006 - 16:00 CET

Samsung Digimax S800


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SamsungSamsung Digimax S800 : We received some pre-CES information about a new Samsung digital camera. The new Samsung Digimax S800 digital camera is the top model from Samsung's point and shoots 'S' series. The 'S' series is great for family use and for anyone wanting ease and convenience. Purchasers can choose from a variety of models: 5 (Samsung S500), 6 (Samsung S600), and 8 Megapixels (Samsung S800) in Silver or Black shades. The Samsung S800 comes with an Effect Key allowing the user to adjust the colour of the photos being taken and also add various creative effects. The range also has an easy mode dial that allows the user to move between portrait, night pictures, and movies, swiftly, depending on the situation.
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The Samsung Digimax S800 digital camera has a larger LCD screen (2.4 inch) for clearer picture quality. Printing out pictures is easy via PictBridge which enables an image to be printed directly to a connected compatible printer, without the need of a PC or notebook. Samsung S800, from the 'S' series, a digital camera range for the entire family, features video capabilities (MPEG4, VGA, 30fps) which means it can even double as a camcorder. Advanced features allow "in camera" movie editing and a pause function during recording.

Samsung Digimax S800 specification
- 8 Megapixel CCD image sensor
- 3x optical zoom
- Easy and quick operation
- Ergonomic design with camera grip
- Large and Vivid TFT LCD (2.4 inch)
- JPEG format for still images
- MPEG4 video recording at 30fps
- PictBridge support
- 2x AA format batteries

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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