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Samsung D760 7mp 3x Optical Zoom £49.99 @ Ebuyer

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8y, 6m agoFound 8 years, 6 months ago
My Wife has this Camera and its brilliant out performs my Nikon L11 its light and very compact

Overview

The Samsung D760 is a high resolution digital camera that is equipped with a true-colour filtered 7.2 mega-pixel CCD. You can use Samsung D760 to produce even better images and take detailed photos for printing upto poster size.



The ASR technology prevents the degradation of image clarity and colour common to flash photography. With ASR the effects of camera shake are reduced in low light conditions. You can even take well exposed, sharper pictures in low light without using a flash at all. It guarantees brighter and more natural pictures.



You have a choice of scene modes to help you get the perfect shot in any situation. By automatically adjusting the camera's setting according to the situation, you can be sure of getting great pictures effort lessly. The scene modes provided are Night, Portrait, Children, Landscape, Macro, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks, Beachand Snow and Text.



Camera Features:

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* 7.2 mega pixels, 3x optical zoom
* Advanced Shake Reduction (ASR)
* Ergonomic grip for steady shooting
* Convenient mode dial & Scene Mode
* Mode Dial
* 11 scene modes
* Special Photo Effect & Editing Function
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#2
Link doesn't work properly mate.

http://www.cameras.co.uk/reviews/samsung-digimax-s760.cfm

That's what I assume you were linking to and are the S760 and D760 the same?
You linked to the D760 in the title post but in that review post it's a S760 which appears to be a different price.
#3
Was looking for an entry level camera to take on nights out, but quite slim so it can easily fit in my pocket.

Looking to pay up to about £75

Any good deals about?

Cheers :)
#4
Casio Z75 is a tiny and very slim camera and around your budget

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-EX-Z75-Digital-Camera-Optical/dp/B000MVWE8I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1212997119&sr=8-1

If you look on Ebay there are a few being sold by Clearance Bargains (Argos) even cheaper
#5
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/125180

the casio is cheaper here
#6
A bit dearer still, but I just bought this Fuji z100fd camera for my daughters birthday, can't comment on whether it's actually any good (it's had a lot of good reviews though) as her birthday isn't until next week but it's certainly small and I thought the black and white was a nice look as well. Had a good hunt around and ebuyer seemed to be far cheaper than anywhere else.

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/136876
#7
Just a personal thing but I tend to rate Samsung higher than casio. Also the S760 has face recognition - useful for auto focusing. Our kids have had samsung's from new now 2 year old about 3.5mb, and still producing good photos, even though they've been dropped.

Also check what cameras are like for night shots as lots of cameras (even expensive ones) aren't able to cope very well.

Charlie Brown

dpreview for S760

from dpreview casio ex z75
#8
Casio Z75 is a tiny and very slim camera and around your budget

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Casio-EX-Z75...2997119&sr=8-1

If you look on Ebay there are a few being sold by Clearance Bargains (Argos) even cheaper

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/125180

the casio is cheaper here


Cheers for the replies, good price as well. A little bit spectacle though as there is a lot of people saying it has a very low res LCD.
#9
Hello, I am after a7mp+ digital camera, and I am looking at different samsung ones. Someone told me that the D75 uses batteries very quickly, is this true of all samsung digi cameras ? Any good suggestions, want to spend around £ 50-80

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