PMA 2010 Report
PMA Show 2010 - Samsung Electronics adds a 12 megapixel point and shoot digital camera to its line-up for 2010 - the durable SL605. Thanks to its element focused design, the Samsung SL605 grants peace of mind and allows users to focus on taking the perfect shot, rather than worrying about damage to the camera. The Samsung SL605 digital camera will be on display during PMA 2010, February 21-23, in the Anaheim Convention Center.
Samsung SL605 protects itself from dust, dirt and sand
The new SL605 was designed with durability in mind, and offers consumers Samsung’s Anti scratch Mask, which safeguards the camera from any unwanted scratches during everyday use. Furthermore, key areas of the Samsung SL605, including the bottom, buttons and areas surrounding the 2.7-inch TFT-LCD (230,000 pixel), are rubberized to further protect the camera from elements such as dust, dirt or sand.
Durable Samsung SL605 digital camera
“Memories can happen at any given moment and in any environment,” said Mr. SJ Park, CEO of Samsung Digital Imaging Company. “Further diversifying and expanding the range of digital imaging solutions available from Samsung, consumers can rely on the durable Samsung SL605 to perform in the most challenging of environments as the camera is both built to last and feature packed for the highest-quality results.”
Samsung SL605 camera equipped with 27mm wide-angle lens
Beyond its durability, users will also benefit from the Samsung SL605’s internal 27mm wide angle, 5x optical zoom lens, which gives them the ability to take sharp and detailed images from any distance. With a wide-angle lens at their fingertips, users will be able to capture more of a desired scene, such as landscapes or large groups of friends and family. The SL605 offers standard definition, VGA video recording and also features Samsung’s intuitive and easy-to-use Smart Auto scene recognition technology.
Night photography mode on the Samsung SL605
Samsung has also incorporated a Smart Night Mode in the new SL605, which will allow consumers to capture sharp, properly exposed images when shooting at night. Typically, a flash can be too bright and wash out one’s subject when used in low-light or night-time settings, ruining what could have been a great image. With Samsung’s new Smart Night Mode, this is no longer an issue as consumers can now increase or decrease the power of the flash to ensure the perfect shot, the way they want, each and every time.