Samsung ES15 10.2 Megapixel Digital Camera (Black or Candy Pink) £59.99 + Free Delivery @ Play - HotUKDeals
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A clever little camera.

The ES15 is such a clever little camera, with all the features you'd expect like Digital Image Stabilisation for anti-blur and the must have face detection. And it's so easy to use, thanks to its "Photo Help Guide" providing you with troubleshooting solutions if you encounter any problems.


10.2 Megapixels
High picture quality is obtained by employing a 10.2 mega pixel 1/2.33" high resolution CCD sensor. Clear picture quality can be enough resolution for printing up to poster size. A robust mounted image processor allows for rich gradation, fast and high quality picture processing.



Beauty Shot
The Beauty Shot feature is like having your own make-up artist - right in your camera. It automatically identifies imperfections such as blemishes and dark spots on the face, and retouches them so that faces appear brighter and smooth. And with different level settings, you can control the amount of retouching that takes place - it's that simple!



Face Detection
With the Face Detection function, you can now take better portrait pictures with ease. The function is able to distinguish faces from the rest of the background and automatically focus on them. It can then adjust the brightness of the faces so that your portraits come out perfect every time.



Digital Image Stabilisation (DIS)
Thanks to the enhanced sensitivity of SAMSUNG's imaging sensor and Digital Image Stabilisation (DIS) technology, you can rest assured that you'll be able to capture beautifully clear images - even in low-light situations. So if flash photography is not an option, don't worry because Samsung's DIS will quickly become your trusted friend.



ISO 1600
The Samsung ES15 has an auto sensitivity feature that automatically adjusts sensitivity according to the ambient exposure conditions up to ISO 1600. The high sensitivity setting of ISO 1600 lets you take clearer pictures, in poor lighting conditions, without camera shake or image blurring.



Red Eye Fix
A special red-eye fix algorithm on the camera automatically eliminates red-eye from your pictures. You can remove red-eye during image playback or, for even greater convenience, set the camera to automatically detect and eliminate red-eye from your shots as they are taken.



2.5" Intelligent LCD
The Samsung ES15 has a 2.5" LCD for improved contrast and colour reproduction, allowing you to enjoy a wider and clearer image. Also the Samsung ES15's intelligent LCD brightness automatically detects environmental illumination and adjusts LCD brightness for optimal image viewing.

10 megapixels
3X Optical Zoom Lens
2.5" LCD
Digital Image Stabilization
High Sensitivity ISO 1600
Face Detection
Beauty Shot
Auto Contrast Balance
Red-eye Fix
Self Portrait
Photo Help Guide & Function Description
[email protected] Movie Recording / MJPEG Format
Multi Slide Show
AA Battery
Dimensions: 94.1 x 62.7 x 25.2 mm
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#1
Heat added, Again a good find from andywedge.

Do not understand the cold rating so far..... maybe its the colour but ideal for gf's, Mums etc.
#2
anyone got a example of the pics it takes?
#3
Takes 2 AA batteries as opposed to a built in rechargable unit which is what puts me off. At £60 can't complain too much, I'm in the market for a reasonably cheap camera but I'll spend a bit more for something a little better. A case of getting what you pay for I guess.
#4
blanka
Heat added, Again a good find from andywedge.

Do not understand the cold rating so far..... maybe its the colour but ideal for gf's, Mums etc.


What's wrong with black?
#5
sonicfury
Takes 2 AA batteries as opposed to a built in rechargable unit which is what puts me off. At £60 can't complain too much, I'm in the market for a reasonably cheap camera but I'll spend a bit more for something a little better. A case of getting what you pay for I guess.


FWIW I prefer cameras that take rechargable AA batteries, as it means I can put a couple of high capacity batteries in the camera, and carry around some spares as well. If you plan to take a lot of photographs in a single outing this can be very useful. The ability to use bog standard AAs in an emergency can also be handy.
#6
rs990
FWIW I prefer cameras that take rechargable AA batteries, as it means I can put a couple of high capacity batteries in the camera, and carry around some spares as well. If you plan to take a lot of photographs in a single outing this can be very useful. The ability to use bog standard AAs in an emergency can also be handy.


That's a good point. The good thing about most modern models is that the inbuilt battery will provide a surprisingly vast charge. Even my old casio exilim would cope with a good week of heavy use and that's a few years old now. I guess the best compromise would be having a spare battery for the specific model. Whatever works really!
[mod]#7
FallaBarruba
What's wrong with black?


LOL, the first pic was of the pink one :thumbsup:
#8
Hi all!

I am using this site for the first time and found this offer as not so an offer as this camera is same price almost everywhere on the web....................google it for yourself
#9
sonicfury
Takes 2 AA batteries as opposed to a built in rechargable unit which is what puts me off. At £60 can't complain too much, I'm in the market for a reasonably cheap camera but I'll spend a bit more for something a little better. A case of getting what you pay for I guess.

Agreed. AA power so no charger and battery supplied so should be cheap. Bulkier too.

Excellent panasonic FS3 with Li-ion power available at Staples for £79.99. Also this deal, says expired but still available at Tesco:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/440203/panasonic-fs4-camera-with-4x-optica/
#10
rs990
FWIW I prefer cameras that take rechargable AA batteries, as it means I can put a couple of high capacity batteries in the camera, and carry around some spares as well. If you plan to take a lot of photographs in a single outing this can be very useful. The ability to use bog standard AAs in an emergency can also be handy.

There are pros and cons (I much prefer dedicated Li-ion) but even if you go for AA you should expect a much lower price as no battery or charger are supplied.

Actually, this doesn't look like much of a deal to me, haven't Comet been doing this one for this price for weeks?
#11
same price at Amazon and much faster delivery for those with prime
1 Like #12
i bought this camera for £47 using littlewoods voucher, a few example pics are here: (I wont link them in just give you the URL)

http://img196.imageshack.us/img196/6774/sdc10007i.jpg

http://img19.imageshack.us/img19/7445/sdc10317wrt.jpg

http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/6739/sdc10329c.jpg

http://img7.imageshack.us/img7/7071/sdc10427d.jpg

Generally im very impressed with the camera, sometimes it fails to focus but its fast to make it focus again. And as you can see by the pictures it can take a few good photos, everything is on auto, sometimes auto macro.

Its worth the price, the battery-life is good with normal alkaline batteries like duracell because it has a setting to choose which battery your using, either NiMH or alkaline.

reps always welcome :D
#13
Last week I received this one, and picture quality is very good.Over all good camera for less price...
#14
i used to think like you (cheap aa, easy to replace, take spares, etc) until i bought a camera with its own battery. It's good for hundreds of photos. lasted me a whole week holiday once!
rs990
FWIW I prefer cameras that take rechargeable AA batteries, as it means I can put a couple of high capacity batteries in the camera, and carry around some spares as well. If you plan to take a lot of photographs in a single outing this can be very useful. The ability to use bog standard AAs in an emergency can also be handy.
#15
ahotukdeal
i used to think like you (cheap aa, easy to replace, take spares, etc) until i bought a camera with its own battery. It's good for hundreds of photos. lasted me a whole week holiday once!


I know but what do you do if you forget to charge it one day and you need to leave. Or your in an area where a mains supply isnt available? Its all about the situation
#16
buy a spare and have it ready charged and in the camera case if you are that forgetful to charge or let the battery drain that low.

what do you do when the AA goes flat and you forget your spares/charge them and/or you're out somewhere where there are no shops or power eg country side or in a bar at midnight with shops that may sell overpriced aa alkalines are shut?
golemsmate
I know but what do you do if you forget to charge it one day and you need to leave. Or your in an area where a mains supply isnt available? Its all about the situation
#17
can you remove the internal battery? sorry i assumed it was like an iphone battery :) but its cheap to stock up on alkaline :D and in my own experience it lasts a while on them
#18
Good price imo - thanks OP!
#20
golemsmate
I know but what do you do if you forget to charge it one day and you need to leave. Or your in an area where a mains supply isnt available? Its all about the situation

What do you do if you forget to take your camera with you?
#21
golemsmate
can you remove the internal battery? sorry i assumed it was like an iphone battery :) but its cheap to stock up on alkaline :D and in my own experience it lasts a while on them

Yes, you can remove and replace with a charged spare. Not like iPhone I understand.

Compatible Li-ion for pocket cameras generally around £5 via ebay traders and similar (but much more on the high street).

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