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Friday, 13 July 2007 11:37

Samsung announces three L series cameras

Written by Nermin Hajdarbegovic

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Available in August

 

Samsung has announced the next generation of its L series digital cameras

The L730 and L830 are 7 and 8 megapixel model respectively. Both feature 3X zoom, a 2.5" screen, Samsung's face recognition technology, all encased in a compact aluminum body. Shutter speeds up to 1/1500 are available, and combined with ISO 1600, should allow very low exposure times.

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Video should also look nice in the maximum 900x592 resolution. They come with 16MB of embedded memory, expandable by SD cards to 4GB. These models should be available from the end of August and will retail at £119 and £149.

The thin and stylish L83T, an 8 megapixel camera, adds Advanced Shake Reduction its list of features. Apart from the 1/2000 max shutter speed, all other significant specs are similar to the L830.

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It should be available in August for £179, and you'll get a two year warranty with this one. 

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