Released March, 2011
The Pros:Touchscreen interface is intuitive and easy to use/navigate. Very lightweight, compact design that easily fits in a shirt pocket. Great flash performance--lights up most scenes well without washing things out.
The Cons:Autofocus performance gets a bit off in low lighting conditions.
The Samsung ST95 is one of five low to medium-end, ST series digital cameras released together in early Spring 2011. Building from the ST30, ST65, and ST90, the superior ST95 hosts a wider 27mm lens so users can better capture more details via a deeper image perspective, a more powerful 14mm sensor for crisper and sharper images, and support for the H.264 codec.
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In particular, the added codec means users can record longer videos that take up the same amount of space as shorter videos stored in the older MPEG-4 and MJPEG formats. Like its peers, the Samsung ST95 can capture high quality 720p videos, after which users can view them on the camera’s 3” display, add artistic effects to them, or even transfer them to a computer so they can share them with friends and family members. The biggest difference, however, between the ST95 and its predecessors is its display, which has touchscreen functionality, so users can access menus by just using their fingertip.
- Compact Digital Camera
- 16MP Sensor
- 27mm Wide 5x Optical Zoom Lens
- 3” LCD Touch Display
- Voice Recording
- 1080p Stills (JPEG)
- 720p Videos (MPEG)
- H.264 Codec
- Smart Auto
- Perfect Portrait
- Face Detection
- Blink Detection
- Smile Shot
- Beauty Shot
- Self Portrait
- Smart Album
- Digital Image Stabilization
- USB 2.0
- MicroSD Expansion (2GB)
- Rechargeable Battery
User Reviews (1)
Touchscreen interface is intuitive and easy to use/navigate.
Very lightweight, compact design that easily fits in a shirt pocket.
Great flash performance--lights up most scenes well without washing things out.
Surprisingly decent low-light performance for a mid-range camera.
Above average performance for the price point.
Modern, sleek visual aesthetic.
Autofocus performance gets a bit off in low lighting conditions.
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