Samsung has released the NV24, a digital camera that can capture more in one shot with its 24mm wide-angle lens.
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Samsung Electronics Australia’s Product Manager for Digital Still Cameras, Ben Halcomb said, “The NV24 is a feature rich camera for discerning photographers that want the best features possible without the need to compromise on size. A fully featured camera in a compact form design with black metal casing will appeal to a wide variety of customers – the high-definition playback alone will be enough for those embracing the HD revolution.”
Samsung says that the NV24 comes with a Dual Picture Stabilisation that integrates both the optical picture and digital picture stabilisation that results to ‘improved image quality and outstanding exposure without blur’. A Smart Touch User Interface is also present, allowing users to easily navigate through the cameras menu using a series of simple, touch sensitive buttons positioned around the screen. Finally, the company claims that the NV24 can capture video content in high-definition.
Image Sensor: 10.2-megapixel
Lens: 35mm film equivalent: 24~86.5mm (3.6x zoom)
LCD Monitor: 2.5-inch AMOLED
Focusing: TTL Auto focus
Shutter Speed: 1~1/2,000 sec
ISO Equivalent: Auto, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
White Balance: Auto, Daylight, Cloudy, Fluorescent H, Fluorescent L, Tungsten, Custom
Storage: 20MB internal Flash memory, SD memory card
Interface: Windows, Mac
Power Source: Rechargeable lithium Ion battery
Special Features: Digital and Optical Image Stabilisation, HD video (720p H.264), Anynet+ CEC, Face Detection, Self Portrait