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Samsung ES55

“10.2MP s ”

Written on: 15/03/2010 by unlessyouknow (3 reviews written)

10.2MP s
3x optical zoom
Digital Image Stabilization
2.5" LCD
12 preset scene modes
Record AVI movies with sound
Built-in rechargeable Li-ion battery
Compatible with SD/SDHC and MMC memory cards

Have used this camera for about 5 months now, and I have to say I'm pleasantly surprised. I didn't think this camera would be as good as it is. I use this camera on a day-to-day basis, so it spends a lot of time in it's case in my purse. It's great for everyday use. Sturdy and attractive looking… Read Full Review

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Samsung ES55

“Samsung's ES55 is a 10 megapixel camera which is for...”

Written on: 13/01/2010 by vickidavies (14 reviews written)

Samsung's ES55 is a 10 megapixel camera which is for starters, you can pick and shoot anywhere you want. The long list of interesting features & modes available will no doubt be a pleasant surprise & the very affordable price ought to help seal the ...

The Samsung ES55 took a little under two seconds to start up, which is comparable to other entry-level cameras. The fact is this that this camera is slightly smaller then other cameras. However this camera is good enough for beginners just point… Read Full Review

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Samsung ES55

“this ia a fantastic compact digicam at a very...”

Written on: 18/12/2009

this ia a fantastic compact digicam at a very reasonable price!!!!!!
it has got some really exciting features that will surely catch ur eyes.
though the zooming isn't quite good but it is acceptable..
well....
MY VERDICT:PREFER THIS ONE OVER NIKON L20,S220 AND OTHER CAMERAS IN THIS PRICE RANGE… Read Full Review

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Samsung ES55

“after reading around on a few web site after spotting...”

Written on: 31/10/2009 by jasonx1 (107 reviews written)

after reading around on a few web site after spotting this camera in retail store .and many saying its the bee's knees off a camera . plus needing a new one ready for our new baby soon .. the samsung es55 has a li lion reachargeable battery . cd software . 10.2 mp. 2.5" colour screen very nice
movie mode . takes sd cards and the sdhc cards i brought the 4gb version sdhc and it works up to 8gb which i buy next .the camera is well ace pictures are amazing battery life is long .. if you can spot… Read Full Review

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Written on: 19/05/2010

I found this review very helpful because...it gave a lot of good information on this camera

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Guest's Response to jasonx1's Review

Written on: 15/03/2012

It's a Walmart exclusive, aplprentay, and it sucks. I am a professional photographer and have tested the camera myself (and returned it already). Here's my review: We asked a friend to pick up this camera for us at Walmart after we discovered the L200 was sold out at Fry’s Electronics, because we thought it was the same camera. Walmart’s ad certainly led us to believe that they were the same. However, once we picked the camera up we discovered that it was actually the BL103, which is nothing less than a really cheap imitation of the L200. Don’t be fooled by the promise of 10.2 megapixels. The images look more like they were taken with a 3.0 megapixel camera. There is also absolutely no red-eye reduction, so don’t get your hopes up about getting decent photos of people if you use the flash. However, you are pretty much forced to use the flash because the camera’s low-light performance (or any kind of light, really) is terrible. There is also a delay before the image is even snapped, so if you’re trying to take spur-of-the-moment shots, that moment will be gone before the camera takes the photo. The camera also had problems reading from the memory card and kept having errors. I’m a professional photographer, so I played with the camera’s manual settings to see if I could get better images than what the auto settings produced. No such luck. No amount of tweaking will be able to get a quality photo out of this camera. Obviously I don’t expect a point-and-shoot camera to give the same performance as an SLR, but even my old Kodak Easy Share 4.0 megapixel camera can pump out better images than the BL103. I wasn’t impressed with the manual settings at all. There were only two f-stops to choose from, and although the camera’s box boasts of being able to shoot clear images at 1600 ISO, the images I shot at 1600 were disgustingly noisy. It was slightly grainy to begin with, even at 100 ISO, and the higher you go, the worse it gets. The shutter speed was missing several standard intervals, but I suppose that doesn’t matter because even changing the shutter speeds, I didn’t notice any difference aside from the number being displayed on the screen. Even if you’re not a pro and have no idea how to use the manual settings, the idea of a point-and-shoot is that anyone can get fairly good pictures at least by using the auto settings. But it’s impossible with this camera, so that in itself is a huge disadvantage.You may think that for 10.2 megapixels, this camera is a great deal for the price. However, I say save your money up for a camera that actually produces good quality images. There are many other reasonably priced point-and-shoot cameras out there (even with less megapixels) that can take better photos than the BL103. Don’t be fooled! This camera is CHEAP and is not worth the money. If you bought it at Black Friday to give as a gift, don’t wait until it’s too late to return it! Do your self a favor and return it and invest in something better. A photo can be priceless, but only if you have a camera capable of capturing it. The BL103 won’t do the job.

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