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Samsung NV40 10.5 Megapixel Digital Camera £99.99 includes free 2 for 1 cinema pass
Samsung NV40 10.5 Megapixel Digital Camera £99.99 includes free 2 for 1 cinema pass

Samsung NV40 10.5 Megapixel Digital Camera £99.99 includes free 2 for 1 cinema pass

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# Key Features:
# 10.5 Megapixels
# 3x Optical Zoom Schneider Kreuznach Lens
# 2.5" Intelligent LCD Screen
# New Advanced DRIM Engine Image Processor
# Face Detection
# Smart Touch User Interface
# 14 Scene Modes
# Function Description
# Photo Help Guide
# Self Portrait Function
# Advanced Movie Mode (MPEG-4)
# Dual Image Stabilisation: Optical Image Stabilisation and Digital Image Stabilisation
# High Sensitivity ISO 3200
# Auto Red eye fix
# Multi Slide Show

Camera come with rechargeable battery
http://images.digitalcamerainfo.com/images/upload/reviews/samsung/NV40/photos/samsung-NV40-bottom-375.jpg

6 Comments

I got this camera from Argos a few months back for £80 (I think?)
If you're considering buying it, I would strongly recommend using high capacity (2700mAh) AA rechargeable batteries - it just eats up disposables due to the large display screen

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jeczap;3344414

I got this camera from Argos a few months back for £80 (I think?)If … I got this camera from Argos a few months back for £80 (I think?)If you're considering buying it, I would strongly recommend using high capacity (2700mAh) AA rechargeable batteries - it just eats up disposables due to the large display screen



This camera comes with a proprietary rechargeable battery and doesn't use an AA at all
http://images.digitalcamerainfo.com/images/upload/reviews/samsung/NV40/photos/samsung-NV40-bottom-375.jpg

I stand corrected :-)

rechargeable battery + CHARGER ?

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yep comes with an AC adaptor for recharging

jeczap;3344762

I stand corrected :-)

I don't blame you for getting it wrong, but it's true that Samsung cameras in general, & the ones that specifically use AAs, do eat up disposable batteries very quickly. You can consider yourself fortunate if you get 10 shots with them before they become unusable in the camera. But the same batteries still work fine in other 'lower drain' gadgets, torches, bicycle lights, clocks, etc - so don't chuck them out thinking they've become useless.
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