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Samsung S860 Silver Digital Camera (8MP, 3x Opt, 2.5" LCD) - only £48.89 @ Argos!
Samsung S860 Silver Digital Camera (8MP, 3x Opt, 2.5" LCD) - only £48.89 @ Argos!

Samsung S860 Silver Digital Camera (8MP, 3x Opt, 2.5" LCD) - only £48.89 @ Argos!

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Stock will be limited but I just checked NI stores and all of my 10 locals, either have stock, or stock can be ordered.

* Body material: Plastic.
* 8m pixels.
* 3 x optical zoom.
* 5 x digital zoom.
* 2.5in LCD screen.
* Digital anti blur.
* Face detection - 9 faces.
* Continuous shooting.
* In-camera red eye fix.
* SD memory card compatible.
* 20MB internal memory.
* Movie capture with sound.
* Maximum ISO range: 800.
* 11 scene modes.
* Pictbridge compatible.
* Accessories included in box - Software, USB cable, strap.
* 2 x AA batteries supplied.
* Weight 123g.
* Size (H)6.2, (W)9.3, (D)2.6cm.

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Hot! Good editor rating on cnet.co.uk Nice looking camera too

My sisters looking for a decent cheap digital camera, il give her the link, thanks, heat added.

never seen a good writeup for a Samsung camera yet.
The Panasonic offer at Jessops is 100 times better.

bargain!

toycollector;4139405

never seen a good writeup for a Samsung camera yet.The Panasonic offer at … never seen a good writeup for a Samsung camera yet.The Panasonic offer at Jessops is 100 times better.



Link?

I bought one of these great little cameras last year at £70. Takes great pictures and
has various features. Then bought one for my daughter.
At the time I checked it out and was happy with the reviews I read.
GOOD deal.

EKokay

bad camera at a cheap price.. Buy the panasonic or nikon camera posted in here.. The nikon is only 19 pounds more..

I got one of these last week from Argos for £53.
I love it

Bear in mind that the cheaper cameras, like this one, use AA batteries not super long life dedicated rechargeables. One reason they're so cheap is that they avoid battery and charger cost. Though AAs are widely available they are likely to have a much shorter life and you'll be shelling out more for disposables or to buy a set of rechargeable AAs plus charger. Also this has a plastic body, not metal, and I think you'll find it's significantly thicker than many others.

I've had a couple of Samsungs (though not this model). They took reasonable pics but the menu systems were very confusing.

Unless you really can't stretch just a little more on price I'd wholeheartedly agree the recommendation to look seriously at the Panasonic in particular. Then go to ebay stores and get a second battery at a price way below manufacturer's.
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