Released July, 2009
The Pros:Value - lots of competitive features for the price. Charging system - the battery doesn't have to be removed for a recharge.
The Cons:Only capable of shooting video in SD. Poor low-light performance. Macro mode doesn't work very well - produces blurry shots.
The Samsung SL502 is a 12.2 megapixel point-and-shoot digital camera with 5x optical zoom. The camera features a 2.7" LCD screen to preview and review photos. the SL502's digital image stabilization has been designed to reduce blur in low-light conditions, including photos taken without the use of the flash.
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Scene recognition technology is included to automatically detect the shooting environment, allowing for the best possible shot. To make navigating photos on the camera easier, the "Smart Album" feature allows sorting by date, type or color composition. The SL502's "Perfect Portrait System" auto-retouches photos on the fly by fixing red-eye, detecting blinking, evening skin tone and erasing blemishes or dark circles. Different level settings are available, allowing users to control how much retouching is applied. For those who want to shoot video, this camera can record basic 640 x 480 images at 30 fps. The Samsung SL502 is available in silver and red.
- 12.2 megapixel resolution
- 5x optical zoom
- 2.7" LCD display (230K TFT)
- Digital image stabilization
- Scene recognition (11 scenes)
- Smart Album
- Perfect Portrait System
- Continuous shooting mode
- 640 x 480 video recording at 30 fps
User Reviews (1)
value - lots of competitive features for the price
charging system - the battery doesn't have to be removed for a recharge
only capable of shooting video in SD
poor low-light performance
macro mode doesn't work very well - produces blurry shots
buggy firmware - doesn't save rotated photos correctly
poor documentation - doesn't include a clearly written manual
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