Samsung MV800 Digital Camera 16 Megapixels with Swivel Screen white
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All in all though, despite a bit of lag from the interface, we have few complaints as the MV800 is one of the more sensitive and intuitive touch-screen cameras we’ve used in recent months. The Tryx's rotating screen makes it easy to shoot from tons of odd angles, but the MV800 is no slouch in that regard, and, unlike the Tryx, it actually has a zoom lens, which opens up framing possibilities that the Tryx can't.
We excluded ISO 100 from our average noise measurement, since it's an unnecessary, redundant setting that would lend too much weight to bottom end of the MV800's range, and result in a better score than the camera really deserves. PCMag is obsessed with culture and tech, offering smart, spirited coverage of the products and innovations that shape our connected lives and the digital trends that keep us talking.
Noise isn’t really a problem at lower ISO settings, with images shot at anything up to and including ISO 400 free of noise and the effects of noise control processing.
We're not big fans when it comes to microSD's use in cameras due to its very small and fiddly dimensions, meaning it's not only very easy to drop but also to lose when removing it to use in a card reader. This high ranking does come with a few caveats, but from what we can tell, the MV800 earned its high scores mostly fair and square, without too much software-based funny business.Thus the battery is charged in-camera, meaning that even if you were to invest in a spare cell, the MV800 remains out of action each time you want to recharge it. Instead, as is now becoming more commonplace, a dual-use short USB lead is provided: one end of which slots into the vacant port on the camera, the other end connecting up to a mains adapter plug.