Samsung MV800 Review

December 5, 2011 | Mark Goldstein | |

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#1 Nick C

The MV800 is a great little camera. I make a lot of tutorial videos for my business to go on Youtube. I can just set up the MV800 on my Joby Gorillapod flip the screen over so I can see that the shot is composed properly without having to keep on checking behind the camera.

1:19 pm - Sunday, December 18, 2011

#2 DC

I bought one of these and it is a terrific camera and takes very nice photos day or night. I’m a point and click photographer and for me the image quality is very good. The camera is also very easy to use and the touch screen makes navigating the menus simple.

12:51 pm - Saturday, January 14, 2012

#3 Peter

This is the finest point and shoot I have ever owned. Sharp colorful pictures with so many options for shooting modes it makes the camera useful as well as lots of fun. Pros are the size of the camera and the outstanding touch screen. The live panorama feature is outstanding and so easy to use it is like magic. With so many shooting modes and the in camera enhancement of photos it makes the MV800 an outstanding value. Of course the price is high but in my opinion well worth every dollar. The way I use the camera I have not found any Cons…

5:23 pm - Sunday, February 5, 2012

#4 Leanne Harvey

Can u get a wi fi card to put in it for wireless transfers of photos?

4:30 am - Sunday, November 18, 2012

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