Samsung WB2200F Review

3.5
June 25, 2014 | Jack Baker |

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#2 Ben Pettit

Why are some of the photo’s from the Samsung WB2200F that are in the samples gallery not all on the same setting? Most are set to “Hard” Sharpness which make’s them look far worse than you would normally get?
I love this web site and use it all the time for reference BUT I have been caught out in the past buy miss-leading reviews, especially when it comes to Canon! Samsung always seam to get low score’s?

9:38 pm - Wednesday, June 25, 2014

#3 Sam Rowlands

Check out reviews where they show comparative studio scenes (which I wish PB would do). Samsung have some catching up to do when it comes to image processing.

12:24 am - Thursday, June 26, 2014

#4 neil

Used this camera for a day and sent it back.Great ergonomics and decent,but not great image quality, but the autofocus was a joke.When a camera manufacturer creates a camera with a long telephoto lens for subjects like nature or sports, they need to give it the ability to focus on such subjects.This machine has problems locking onto distant subjects when zoomed out fully which makes it pretty useless.Shame. 

9:26 pm - Sunday, December 7, 2014

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