Written on: 06/09/2010
The camera is good, but at times it fails to take pictures when in auto mode and the flash doesnt work. Anybody with the User guide and operational manual?
Kalemire Paul, Kampala Uganda. email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org (read more)
Written on: 11/05/2010
It takes very clear and good quality pictures but the battery life is terrible even with brands such as Duracell, it only lasts about 10 pictures when it shuts down. I'm going to purchase rechargeables and see if they are any better. It's got plenty features and is very easy to use. The only downside as I've mentioned is the battery life. Very cheap and good value for money. (read more)
Written on: 24/12/2009
I have had this camera for 2 years now and it has been very reliable and easy to use. I got it for about £60 and it is definately good value for money considering how much use I got out of the camera. The only downside to he camera was the battery life, I would always need to carry a spare set with me. However the flash has suddenly stopped working and now I can only use the camera for videos and outdoor pictures. I always got very clear pictures. I would recommend this camera to any... (read more)
Written on: 20/12/2009
I bought this camera in the middle of 2008.
The camera worked perfectly and was always easy to use. The picture editing software on the camera itself was also a bonus, although I seldom used it having Photoshop on my PC.
Unfortunately a couple of months ago it started to 'spaz' out when trying to shoot with the flash and I am now unable to use the camera for anything other than videos.
The strange thing is, my housemate also has the same model of camera, but in another colour and she has... (read more)
Written on: 01/11/2009
Good camera and having used this for a while now, its fine for us.
However, we've lost the software and need to download it but can't find it anywhere - can anyone help?!
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Written on: 25/10/2009
its really good except that the flash does'nt work sometimes! :(((( (read more)
Written on: 19/10/2009
i realy like the D75, ive had it for a long time, i also own the D73, wich although seamd to have more colour in video mode outdoor, the D75 seam'd to handle colours indoors better, its main downside its the power consumption because it clearly says on the sticker 3.3v
and its prity clear that AA batteries are 1.5, to wich it takes 2
2 1.3 = 3.0 (not 3.3) so they messed up their
id still recomend the D73 or the D75 as their realy cheep, and the video size of 640x480 will go to 720x576 for... (read more)
Written on: 17/10/2009
I have one of these cameras now for over a year, it as been a good one for taking photos outdoors, inside using flash, but rubish in a lighted room not using the flash as 6 times out of 10 photos are over exposed and colouring is messed up and pixels in dark places in the photo. so if your planning using indoors without the flash forget it. only notice this as i have started stop motion animation and can't use a flash. The batteries die fash so get a good set of rechargables. But all round a... (read more)
Written on: 03/10/2009
I actually got my d75 second hand, and it's a lot better than I thought it would be, there are a lot of good features on this camera and the pictures come out great. The video feature isn't so good, but what do you expect from a camera that doesn't cost the Earth? It's small and looks good, and I've knocked it around a few times and it still works fine. It does kind of lie about how long batteries last though... If you take them out when they're supposedly drained and then put them back in... (read more)
Written on: 06/06/2009
The Samsung D75 is a really good camera, clear pictures and easy to use but it seemed to use batterys up very quickly. (read more)
Written on: 27/04/2009 by Hussydog (4 reviews written)
Samsung D75 is an ok basic camera which for the price is adequate in all area's except battery life. The quality of the 7MP pictures is clear and crisp with great point and shoot pictures, however when flash is required it takes a long time to process the picture. Many options through the menu to fully personalize the camera's characteristics and the easy to use set-up menu's are a positive. I find the video camera very grainy and drains the battery as does the ASR (Anti-shake reduction)... (read more)
Written on: 13/04/2009 by alan winfield
Over all the Samsung D75 is a good camera, it is not the most expensive one but for my purposes it suits OK. (read more)
Written on: 09/03/2009
Samsung D75 is a nice camera and ideal for family photos. As I said above the batteries seem to constantly run down and we are using a well known rechargeable battery. (read more)
Written on: 03/02/2009
All round not bad, The Samsung D75 is light and compact, takes a good photo but battery's don't last long even when you buy the camera ones, doesn't come with camera case. Not bad camera for the price would recommend (read more)
Written on: 11/09/2008
Great quality photo's and easy to use. A previous review claims it 'eats batteries'. Not true if you use the correct type of battery, i.e. AA rechargeable at 2500 mAh capacity or better. Any digital camera will have a high usage with ordinary (non rechargeable) batteries, or with rechargeable batteries of less than 2500 mAh (read more)
Written on: 27/07/2008
I bought in December from Argos and worked fine for a few days - apart from batteries running down very quickly - then lense began to stick, solved problem by removing batteries and reinserting, then at beginning of June lens would not retract no matter what I did, took it back to Argos who eventually sent it away to get fixed came back 2 weeks later to find that lense fixed but flash now broken, took it back to Argos again they sent it away to get fixed again, came back last week and now it... (read more)
Written on: 25/07/2008
Lightweight, very nice crisp and clear lcd, good quality images that can be enlarged. Feels a little cheap because its plastic, but having said that, it's lighter than a metal equivalent and dare I say more robust. Perfect for someone who is going to use it and not sit there polishing it! Great camera, great pictures and very very good on automatic mode. (read more)
Written on: 21/07/2008
The Samsung D75 is an unreliable camera.
However, if you can live with having to reinsert the batteries every now and again it performs pretty well for it's price. I mostly use it for macro photos and they come out perfectly.
Incidentally, the batteries it comes supplied with are absolute garbage, I believe the ones I had were so-called "Duracell ultras" made in the east.
They lasted for all of a couple of minutes.
Bought a pack of four rechargeable 2300mAh Duracell's and they last ages. (read more)
Written on: 12/07/2008 by bidefordnick (1 review written)
Comments about batteries seem a little unfair and caused me worry! But I have used the Samsung with 2100 ni-mh battery's from Lidles (1.99) and made over 50 7mp shots fine mode (some with flash) and still going good!
REMEMBER to select NI-MH in menu for battery selection. ALWAYS read the manual! (read more)
Written on: 11/07/2008 by geoffxb (1 review written)
I paid £69 from Argos in sept 07. Hasn't let me down at all, I got some 2700mah rechargables and a 4 gig memory card and its great. On 1 set of batteries I can use it for 65 minutes on video mode (but need 2 SD cards) and if just taking photos it lasts for days. I give it 9 out of 10 and worth every penny. (read more)
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