Author: Tyler Ingram
[ad#review987-top]In the case of point and shoot cameras, does going ultra slim harm the performance and quality of a digital camera? We will take a look at Samsung’s Ultra Slim ST50 digital camera to see how well it can capture the world around you in such a small package. Not only does the Samsung ST50 sport an Ultra-slim design, but they have packed an amazing 12.2 megapixel CDD sensor to help capture those special moments and great landscapes.
- 12.2 Megapixels resolution
- 3x Optical Zoom – 6.3 ~ 18.9mm (35-105mm 35mm equivalent)
- 5x Digital Zoom
- f3.0-5.6 Aperture
- Ultra-slim body ~16.6mm in width
- 2.7-inch LCD display (QVGA 230,000 TFT)
- Digital Image Stabilization (DIS)
- High Sensitivity of up to ISO 3200
- Perfect Portrait System
- Smart Auto
- Advanced Movie Mode
There are so many specifications for this particular digital camera it is probably best to read them all on Samsung’s website: Samsung ST50 Specifications.
When I received the brown box from the courier, I started to wonder why it was in such a large box. Upon opening the shipping box, I gazed upon a much smaller box in which held the Samsung ST50. Now at first I did not know how small this Ultra-slim digital camera would be, but with a box this small, I had a feeling it would probably be the smallest compact digital camera I have yet had the pleasure of trying out.
When you open up the box you are presented with the CD-ROM, Manual and Warranty Card. Below that you get to see the Ultra-slim ST50 as well as the A/V-Out cable, lithium battery, lanyard and USB/Power cable.