Samsung ST95 Review

September 13, 2011 | Gavin Stoker | Rating star Rating star Rating star Rating star


The Samsung ST95 is an ultra-slim 16.1 megapixel digital camera with a unique rounded design. Measuring just 16.5mm in depth, the ST95 also offers a 5x optical zoom lens with 26mm wide-angle setting and dual image stabilisation, 720p HD video recording at 30 frames-per-second, 3 inch touch-screen LCD, wide range of special effects, and the intelligent Smart Auto feature which automatically adjusts the camera's settings. The Samsung ST95 is available in black, red, pink, purple or silver priced at £179.99 / $199.99.

Ease of Use

Looking for an inexpensive snapshot around the £100 mark with obvious gifting potential that still manages to offer a reasonable amount of style, decent build quality and up-to-the-minute technology with it? From a glance at its faceplate, Samsung's ST95 (Small and Thin) pocket point-and-shoot is a close cousin of the regulation-issue black rectangle ST95 we reviewed in summer 2010. The new ST95 tops the current 'ST' range that also comprises the 14MP ST65 and ST90.

However, where the ST95 most notably differs from predecessors is at the back: a 16:9 ratio 3-inch 'Smart Touch' touch screen now occupies the entirety of the rear plate, recalling Samsung's wireless, smartphone-inspired SH100 compact in that respect. Height wise at least it's actually smaller than your average business card too. So much so that the curved surround to its lens now forms a raised hump on the top plate, where it almost seems to be escaping the confines of the body. The ST95 is just 17mm 'thick' at its slimmest point, slender dimensions accentuated by the sleek black finish of our review sample. The price isn't big either: the Samsung ST95 retails for £129.99 via the Dixons group in the UK, with silver, pink, purple or orange offered as alternative body colours. Overall proportions are a manageable 91.9X53.1X17.0mm, and it weighs just under 107g without card/battery. That's enough to feel reasonably substantive whilst not uncomfortable if transported in the back pocket of your jeans.

Like the ST95, the ST95 has shoehorned in a 5x optical zoom, here starting out a usefully wide angle 26mm (in 35m terms) and running up to 126mm at the telephoto end, with a maximum aperture of f/3.3. Resolution has leapt a couple of million little squares too to offer 16.1 effective megapixels in total from a 16.4MP 1/2.3-inch CCD sensor, while video resolution is fixed at 1280x720 pixels. Whilst that falls short of Full HD, the spec feels par for the course for compacts around the £100 mark. Unsurprisingly there's no HDMI output, just USB/AV output by way of a shared port hidden under a plastic side panel.

The Samsung is surprisingly well constructed for the price however, thanks to overall a higher degree of metal in the build than plastic. The body has a slight backwards slant, a regular feature among Samsung compacts, which means that when you place it on a flat surface the lens is pointing upwards by a corresponding degree. Samsung suggests this feature makes the camera easier to hold, and without anything approaching a handgrip supplied, we did feel like it could slip from our grasp easily if we were too casual with it. A supportive wrist strap and a plastic stylus for navigating the touch screen icons are helpfully provided in the box. Also included is a cursory quick start pamphlet, with the main instructional 'meat' provided via the full manual on CD ROM only.

Also omitted from the box is a traditional mains charger as such. Instead, as is now becoming more commonplace, a dual-use short USB lead is provided: one end of which slots into the vacant port on the camera, the other end connecting up to a mains adapter plug. Thus the battery is charged in-camera, meaning that even if you were to invest in a spare cell, the ST95 remains out of action each time you want to recharge it.

As with recent Samsung pocket models, the ST95 shoots still and video to microSD card, as favoured by mobile phones. We're not big fans when it comes to microSD's use in cameras due to its very small and fiddly dimensions, meaning it's not only very easy to drop but also to lose when removing it to use in a card reader. The SH100's wireless capabilities made this less of an issue, but the ST95 isn't wireless. Doubtless Samsung is trying to make the transition easier for anyone upgrading from one of its smartphone handsets who conceivably might already own such a miniscule card, but there is certainly space here for a full sized SD/SDHC/SDXC slot to have been provided alongside the battery at the camera's base instead. A paltry 10MB internal capacity is however included.

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Front Rear

Belying its budget price tag the front of the ST95 is smart in appearance, with zoom lens dominating proceedings. To its top right is a small self-timer lamp/AF illuminator lamp, and over at the other side of the lens, a very narrow lozenge shaped strip housing the built-in flash. The matt surface of our black sample is business-like, and, as noted, there's no handgrip of any sorts to get a purchase at the front, though there are three diagonal raised slashes at the back to stop the thumb of the right hand sliding about and straying onto the LCD touch screen. Inevitably perhaps we still managed to get occasional instances of visible camera shake when shooting handheld at maximum telephoto setting.

A press of the small top plate power button and the ST95 powers up ready for the first shot in just under two seconds, which isn't bad at all. The camera's top plate is unfussy, with slots for both a built-in mono speaker and separate mono microphone, plus - the largest control here - the shutter release button, which is encircled by a manual zoom lever. A separate playback button is also provided, located just above the LCD screen on a slope where the back of the camera runs into the top.

The upshot is that the Samsung ST95's essential physical controls are all within reach of the forefinger or thumb of the right hand; without a second thought just about anyone will be able to pick the ST95 up, take a picture and more or less instantly review it, the camera taking just over a second to commit a full resolution JPEG to memory before the screen clears ready for your next composition. And all without approaching the touch screen if you're not bothered about altering the capture mode, or have previously selected your preferred setting. Novices really don't have to, as Samsung's default Smart Auto setting automatically compares subjects with 16 on-board settings and selects the most appropriate. The only thing that slows down proceedings is a wait of a moment or two while the flash charges if you select that option.

Whilst the left hand flank (viewing the camera from the back) is devoid of any features entirely - apart from two fixing screws - the right hand side of the camera features a small lug for attaching the provided strap plus, just beneath, a covered slot protecting a means of attaching the supplied USB image transfer/battery recharging cable provided. The base of the camera meanwhile features a slightly off-centre screw thread for affixing the ST95 to a tripod, plus alongside this, a sliding catch opening a compartment that houses the battery and aforementioned microSD card. So far, so straightforward.

So now we come to the ST95's wow factor; the 16:9 aspect ratio touch screen that swallows up all the backplate real estate. It's the customary 3-inches in size, and like Samsung's SH100 model has taken inspiration from the smartphone market in the way it presents menu settings as fingertip selectable app-like icons. Its manufacturer has christened this the Smart Touch 3.0 User interface.

In review mode the captured image also rotates to display the 'right' way up, whether you're holding the camera on its side, phone style, or horizontally to review or share your pictures. When you're capturing stills the screen image is presented in 4:3 aspect ratio, which means that black bands crop the image left and right. When filming video however, or using a finger to swipe through the app-like icons, the full widescreen can be used.

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Front Top

Unsurprisingly, even considering the pocket friendly price tag, the ST95 includes a selection of 'Smart Filter' digital effects among its app-style iconography, including the familiar pinhole camera-like vignetting feature and perspective warping fisheye. A Smart Album feature can also organize pictures by faces as well as by date.

While in normal shooting mode the screen is blank apart from an icon showing the current selected shooting mode, the other icons are summoned up with the press of a 'home' button located in the bottom right hand corner of the backplate, where it's easily overlooked. Press this and the user is given access to three screen's worth of function icons, with eight on the first two screens and six on the third - so 22 in all.

What's presented here is very similar to the array of shooting and set up options found on the Samsung SH100, so our findings will inevitably be similar also. The initial screen shows the Smart Auto icon witnessed on power up, along with Program mode, six option Scene mode (landscape, sunset, dawn, backlight, beach and snow and text), Smart Movie, Movie, Photo Editor (in which brightness, contrast and saturation can be altered), Album and Settings (set up) mode. Delve into any one of these in search of features and, if you don't find what's required, a subsequent press of the 'Home' button acts as a way to return to the main screen.

Again, as with the SH100, there isn't a dedicated video record button on the ST95, a now expected feature on even the humblest of compacts, a virtual one has been provided instead. Tap the Smart Video icon and one unexpectedly appears centre bottom of screen, the red button in the midst of a white square subconsciously recalling the Japanese flag, despite Samsung's Korean heritage.

Tap the program mode icon and what could loosely be termed a function toolbar appears on the left hand side of the screen, allowing the control of flash settings - which summons up a virtual but slightly fiddly 'roll bar' with red eye and slow sync featuring alongside fill in, auto, and automatic red eye fix. Focus mode can also be switched in the same manner - though between auto and macro, with no manual option provided here - as can the self timer options be accessed.

At the bottom of the left hand bar is a menu button. Give this a tap with a finger when you're in program mode and this is where you'll find the ability to control ISO (here ISO80 through ISO3200), incrementally adjust exposure +/- 2EV, control white balance, focus area (centre AF, multi zone AF, smart touch AF or one-touch shooting - the latter as it sounds being the Panasonic-like ability to fire the shutter release by tapping a finger on the screen). Additionally we get the ability to turn face detection on or off, adjust photo size and quality, metering (multi, spot or centre weighted), tweak brightness, contrast and saturation in-camera, digital image stabilizer and 'My screen' mode, which displays all your commonly used settings as on-screen icons, all in one place. For a camera just over the £100 mark it feels like Samsung is giving us a surfeit of riches that most of the point and shoot brigade the camera is obviously aimed at will never use. Still, it makes the camera as future proof as possible and staves off any chance of boredom.

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Memory Card Slot Battery Compartment

The second screen of settings continues the almost exhaustive array of options. The first icon offers a corner shading vignetting effect to both stills and video - with the ability to further adjust brightness, contrast and the degree/strength of the vignetting via three slider bars.

Next to this we find the self explanatory Beauty mode - a long term feature of the Samsung range and allowing for a degree of retouching and skin tone alteration. As with the SH100, matters get slightly more esoteric as we progress, the icon adjacent to this on the ST95 is for Magic Frame - a plethora of rather wild 'n' wacky options for the kids - plus adjacent to this again we get Photo Filter, Movie Filter, dedicated Night mode, Palette Effect, and dedicated Close Up macro mode. Back tracking a minute, Photo Filter is where not only do we once again find a vignetting option, we also get an increasingly ubiquitous miniature mode, soft focus mode and two old film modes, one black and white the other sepia tinted, and both complete with authentic scratches and blemishes like a damaged negative or old movie reel. With a swipe of the finger we get further access to half tone, sketch, fisheye, defog, classic, retro and negative digital filter effects. Again more than we expected from this point and shoot option - and again one so keenly priced.

A similar albeit reduced (to 9) selection of filters can be applied in movie mode, to include miniature, vignetting, fish eye, half tone and sketch options - which is still pretty cool.

A press of the 'home' button to return to the main screen and with a finger swipe and we're at the third screen of the ST95's app-like options, which kicks off with Simple Shot (allowing manual brightness and colour adjustment) and Object Highlight modes (manual adjustment of blur and tone). Next to these two we have adjacent icons for 3D Album (allowing images to be dragged around the screen and flicked though with a finger jab) plus self-explanatory Slide Show, Voice Recorder and Magazine options. This last 'app' provides slightly tacky frames for your subjects to make them look as if they're part of a layout on travel, weddings or parties, dependant on which you choose is the best 'fit'.

In playback mode meanwhile, accessed with a press of the familiar playback button located above the LCD screen on the backplate, the user is presented with a simple array of options at the left hand side of the screen, with the ability first and foremost to delete unwanted images, followed by the ability to display the shots as a series of thumbnails. At any time a press of the Home button takes us back to those phone app like shooting options, which makes for straightforward and intuitive operation. Though, as we noted at the outset, the camera can merely be left on its default settings and used as a point and shoot compact pure and simple, without engaging with the touch screen at all.

So what of the images the ST95 produces? Is it a case of a touch and go when it comes to performance, or one that belies its inexpensive price tag and actually delivers more than we were expecting? Read on to find out.

Image Quality

All of the sample images in this Review were taken using the 16.1 megapixel SuperFine JPEG setting, which gives an average image size of around 5Mb.

Examining our test images we noticed that the ST95, like its ST95 forebear, delivers good front to back of frame sharpness for the most part. On occasion though we did witness some loss of definition towards the corners of the frame when shooting at maximum wide angle and slight softness at extreme telephoto setting, plus disappointingly, but unsurprisingly, burnt out highlights when shooting in brighter, sunnier conditions. Inevitably pixel fringing also makes an appearance between areas of high contrast. All pretty much expected from a £100 point and shoot camera.

Colours are on the warm side however, with red, greens and blues particularly flatteringly rendered, and under ideal exterior conditions we were able to get some pleasing results as our sample JPEGs hopefully show.

Similarly, whilst by far from the worst low light performance we've seen, and a broader than expected light sensitivity range selectable from ISO80 up to maximum ISO 3200, images do start to noticeably deteriorate and lose detail after ISO 800, meaning that at ISO 1600 noise and softness are present in equal measure. That said, when selecting the 'night' option from among its pre-optimised selection of scene modes, we were pretty pleased with the end results - which is, as our test shots show, as good, if not better than the results from long-standing photographic brands in its class. Not a giant departure in terms of quality from either the ST95 before it, or its current sibling in the SH100 then.


There are 7 ISO settings available on the Samsung ST95. Here are some 100% crops which show the noise levels for each ISO setting:

ISO 80 (100% Crop)

ISO 100 (100% Crop)


ISO 200 (100% Crop)

ISO 400 (100% Crop)


ISO 800 (100% Crop)

ISO 1600 (100% Crop)


ISO 3200 (100% Crop)



Here are two 100% crops which have been Saved as Web - Quality 50 in Photoshop. The right-hand image has had some sharpening applied in Photoshop. The out-of-the camera images are a little soft at the default sharpening setting. You can change the in-camera sharpening level if you don't like the default look.

Original (100% Crop)

Sharpened (100% Crop)


Chromatic Aberrations

The Samsung ST95 handled chromatic aberrations very well during the review, with limited purple fringing mainly present around the edges of objects in high-contrast situations, as shown in the example below.

Example 1 (100% Crop)


The Samsung ST95 offers a Macro setting that allows you to focus on a subject that is 5cms away from the camera when the lens is set to wide-angle. The first image shows how close you can get to the subject (in this case a compact flash card). The second image is a 100% crop.

Macro Shot

100% Crop


The flash settings on the Samsung ST95 are Auto, Auto & Red-eye reduction, Fill-in flash, Slow sync, Flash off, and Red eye fix.

Forced Off - Wide Angle (26mm)

Forced On - Wide Angle (26mm)

ISO 64 ISO 64

Forced Off - Telephoto (130mm)

Forced On - Telephoto (130mm)

ISO 64 ISO 64

Here are a couple of portrait shots. As you can see, neither the Auto setting or the Red Eye Fix option caused any amount of red-eye.


Auto (100% Crop)

Red eye fix

Red eye fix (100% Crop)


The Samsung ST95's maximum shutter speed is 8 seconds in the Night Scene mode, which is good news if you're seriously interested in night photography. The shot below was taken using a shutter speed of 8 seconds at ISO 80.

Night Shot

Night Shot (100% Crop)

Sample Images

This is a selection of sample images from the Samsung ST95 camera, which were all taken using the 16.1 megapixel JPEG setting. The thumbnails below link to the full-sized versions, which have not been altered in any way.

Sample Movie & Video

This is a sample video from the Samsung ST95 camera at the highest quality setting of 1280x720 pixels at 30 frames per second. Please note that this 22 second movie is 26.3Mb in size.

Product Images

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Front of the Camera

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Front of the Camera / Lens Extended

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Front of the Camera / Lens Extended

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Isometric View

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Isometric View

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Isometric View

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Isometric View

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Rear of the Camera

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Rear of the Camera/ Image Displayed

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Rear of the Camera / Touchscreen

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Top of the Camera

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Top of the Camera


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Bottom of the Camera

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Side of the Camera

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Side of the Camera

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Memory Card Slot

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Memory Card Slot

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Battery Compartment


OK, so you can't swap the lens on the front and the sensor's physically on the small side, but there's actually very little to dislike about the pocket friendly Samsung ST95. It offers a better build quality than we'd formerly expected at its price, quick response times, intuitive operation, touch screen control (if you want it) and colourful snapshots requiring minimal if any adjustment once downloaded to your desktop, though inevitably suffering from familiar bugbears such as occasional pixel fringing and burnt out highlight detail common to most pocket cameras.

In addition while the ST95's zoom range may be nothing to write home about, we don't get Full HD video clips nor HDMI output, and the lack of a grip means that it's slightly slippery in the palm, but neither are deal breakers if you're in the market for a good value point and shoot with a decent spec list. In fact the ST95 comes across very much as a re-jigged SH100 without the wireless transfer capabilities - many of the features are the same, as is the touch screen operation. That said, as we have noted, once you've made the selections you want, it's possible to use the camera as a conventional compact and avoid use of the screen altogether. In summation, the ST95 is a better camera than we expected to find in this inexpensive price bracket; in fact for the snapshot photographer it's very much a 'best buy'.

4 stars

Ratings (out of 5)
Design 3.5
Features 4
Ease-of-use 4
Image quality 3.5
Value for money 5

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Image Sensor

Sensor Type 1/2.3″ (Approx. 7.76mm) CCD
Effective Pixel Approx. 16.1 Mega pixels
Total Pixel Approx. 16.4 Mega pixels


Focal Length Samsung 5x Zoom Lens f = 4.7 ~ 23.5mm (35mm film equivalent: 26 ~ 130mm)
Digital Zoom Still Image mode: 1.0x ~ 5.0x (Optical x Digital: 25.0x)
Play mode: 1.0x ~ 14.4x (depends on image size)
F Value F3.3 (W) ~ F5.9 (T)

Image Stabilization

Mode DIS (1)


Features 3.0" (7.6cm) Wide, 230000dots / Full Touch Screen


Type TTL auto focus (Multi AF, Centre AF, Face Detection AF, Smart Touch AF, One Touch Shooting AF, Object Tracking AF, Smart Face Recognition AF)
Range Normal: 80cm ~ infinity (Wide), 100cm ~ infinity (Tele)
Macro: 5cm ~ 80cm (Wide), 100cm ~ 150cm (Tele)
Auto Macro: 5cm ~ Infinity (Wide), 100cm~ Infinity (Tele)

Shutter Speed

Smart Auto: 1/8 ~ 1/2000sec.
Program: 1 ~ 1/2000sec.
Night: 8 ~ 1/2000sec.


Control Program AE
Metering System Multi, Spot, Centre Weighted, Face Detection AE
Compensation ± 2EV (1/3EV steps)
ISO Equivalent Auto, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200


Soft+, Soft, Normal, Vivid, Vivid+

White Balance

Mode Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent_H, Fluorescent_L, Tungsten, Custom

Still Image

Mode -Mode: Smart Auto, Program, Scene, Simple shot, Vignetting Filter, Beauty shot, Magic Frame, Photo Filter, Night, Close-up, Object Highlight (2)

Image Play

- Mode: Smart Album, 3D Album, Slide show, Magazine - Type: Single image, Thumbnails, Slide show, Movie Clip (3)

Voice Recording

Voice Recording (max. 10 hours)
Voice Memo in Still Image (max. 10sec.)

Date Imprinting

Off, Date, Date & Time

Movie Clip

Recording 5x Optical Zoom enable (Max Recording time: 20min) - Mode: Smart Movie, Movie, Vignetting, Movie Filter, Palette Effect (4)
Effect Palette Effect: Palette Effect 1, Palette Effect 2, Palette Effect 3, Palette Effect 4 - Photo Filter (Smart Filter): Miniature, Vignetting, Soft Focus, Old film 1, Old film 2, Half Tone Dot, Sketch, Fish Eye, Defog, Classic, Retro, Negative, (Custom RGB) - Image Adjust: Sharpness, Contrast, Saturation (5 steps) (5)
Edit Pause during Recording and Playing, Still Image Capture, Time Trimming - Image Edit: Resize, Rotate, Trimming - Smart Filter: Miniature, Vignetting, Soft Focus, Old film 1, Old film 2, Half Tone Dot, Sketch, Fish Eye, Defog, Classic, Retro, Negative, Custom RGB - Image Adjust: Face Retouch, Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Red Eye Fix, ACB


Media Internal memory: 10MB
External memory: Micro SD Card (up to 2GB guaranteed) Micro SDHC (up to 8GB guaranteed) (6)
File Format DCF, EXIF 2.21, DPOF 1.1, PictBridge 1.0
Still Image: JPEG
Movie Clip: MP4 (Video: MPEG4.AVC / H.264, Audio: AAC)
Audio file: WAV
Image Size 16M: 4608 x 3456
14M P: 4608 x 3072,
10M: 3648 x 2736,
12M W: 4608 x 2592,
5M: 2592 x 1944,
3M: 1984 x 1488,
2MW: 1920 x 1080,
1M: 1024 x 768


Digital Output Connector USB 2.0
Audio Microphone: Mono
Internal Speaker: Mono
Video Output AV: NTSC, PAL (user selectable)
DC Power Input Connector 4.2V


Power Source Rechargeable battery: BP95A (740mAh, Min.950mAh)
Charger: SAC-48 (AC Adapter), CB20U05B (USB Cable)
Connector Type: 20pin (7)

Physical Specification

Dimension Dimension (WxHxD) 91.9 x 53.1 x 17mm (without protrusions)
Weight 106.9g (without battery and memory card)
Operating Temperature 0 ~ 40°C
Operating Humidity 5 ~ 85%


Application Intelli-studio (Built-in)

Special Feature

Slim Body, 5x zoom, 3.0" wide Touch LCD · 16 Mega Pixels · 5x Zoom · 3.0" Wide Touch LCD (230K) · 720p, 30fps, H.264 · ISO 3200 - Smart Touch 3.0 · Smart Auto 2.0 (Still & Movie) · Smart Filter 2.0 - Intelli-Zoom - Object Highlight - Magic Frame - Sound Alive - Smart Crop · Smart Face Recognition + Face Tracking · Smart Album · Perfect portrait system

System Requirement in General

For Macintosh Power Mac G3 or later Mac OS 10.4 or higher Minimum 256MB RAM 110MB of available hard-disk space USB port CD-ROM drive
For Windows PC with processor better than Pentium? 3.2GHz / AMD Athlon FX 2.6GHz or higher Minimum 512MB RAM (Over 1GB recommended) Windows XP SP2 / Vista / 7 250MB of available hard-disk space (Over 1GB recommend) USB port CD-ROM drive nVIDIA Geforce 7600GT or later / Ati X1600 series or later 1024 x 768 pixels, 16-bit colour display compatible monitor (1280 x 1024, 32-bit colour display recommended) Microsoft DirectX 9.0c or later


Mode Auto, Auto & Red-eye reduction, Fill-in flash, Slow sync, Flash Off, Red-eye fix
Recharging Time Approx. 4sec.
Range Wide: 0.2m ~ 3.5m
Tele: 1.0m ~ 2.5m (ISO AUTO)

Usage note

  • (1) DIS (Digital Image Stabilisation)
  • (2) Smart Auto: Portrait, Night Portrait, Backlight Portrait, Night, Backlight, Landscape, White, Natural Green, Blue Sky, Sunset, Macro, Macro Text, Macro Colour, Tripod, Action, Fireworks
    Scene: Landscape, Text, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Beach&Snow -Drive: Single, Continuous, AEB, Motion Capture -Self-timer: Off, 2sec., 10sec., Double
  • (3) Slide show: Slide show with Effect & Music
    Smart Album Category: File, Date, Face
  • (4) Smart Movie: Landscape, Blue Sky, Natural Green, Sunset - Size: High Quality - 1280 x 720 (30fps, 15fps) Standard Quality - 1280 x 720 (30fps, 15fps), 640 x 480 (30fps, 15fps), 320 x 240 (30fps, 15fps)
    Due to the noise while optical zooming, user can select to record sound or not. (Voice recording selectable: Sound Alive On / Sound Alive Off / Mute)
  • (5) Movie Filter (Smart Filter): Miniature, Vignetting, Half Tone Dot, Sketch, Fish Eye, Defog, Classic, Retro, Negative, (Custom RGB)
  • (6) Internal memory capacity may not match these specifications.
  • (7) Included items may vary depending on sales region.

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