Released August, 2009
The Pros:Browsing the menus is fast and intuitively laid out. Touch-screen interface is feature-rich and easy to work with. Continuous shoot mode and HD video are sharp and clear.
The Cons:Front LCD doesn't turn on when shooting video. MicroSD is poorly supported and awkward to work with.
The ST500 is a mid-range, compact digital camera from Samsung. The 12.2MP device is notable for its dual LCDs, a 3" touch screen on the back, and a 1.5" front display intended for use in self-portraits.
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The ST500 utilizes a 4.6x Schneider-Kreuznach wide-angle lens. The camera's user interface is motion-sensitive, responding to tilts, rotations, and shakes. Advanced face recognition allows the user to register up to 20 faces, which the camera will then automatically focus on in future shots. Other key features include HD video recording and scene recognition technology.
- Schneider-Kreuznach wide-angle lens
- 12.2 megapixels
- 4.6x optical zoom
- 3" high-resolution touch screen
- 1.5" front LCD
- 720p video recording
- Haptic sensor technology
- Smart Gesture UI
- Smart Face facial registration and recognition
- Smart Auto scene recognition
- ISO 3200
User Reviews (1)
browsing the menus is fast and intuitively laid out
touch-screen interface is feature-rich and easy to work with
continuous shoot mode and HD video are sharp and clear
takes less than 3 seconds after you turn it on to be able to snap a picture
auto-adjusts itself to the room's lighting and generally always gets sharp pictures
image stabilization works in both photo and video mode
front LCD doesn't turn on when shooting video
microSD is poorly supported and awkward to work with
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