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Samsung DV150F Pro Reviews

PhotographyBLOG‘s review Edit

The only reason to really choose this unassuming point and shoot compact over the very similarly specified ST150F also from Samsung is naturally the ‘two screens for the price of one' deal offered by the £99 DV150F. As the cameras share an identical street price, the latter might be indeed the better bet - if you take a lot of self-portraits or shots of children that is - whilst the twin screen ‘Dual View' approach further differentiates it from the smartphone too. Also in its favour, along with the inexpensive asking price, is the fact that the Samsung DV150F has a slightly brighter/faster maximum lens aperture of f/2.5 as opposed to the f/3.5 most standard zooms offer. The knock on is, however, burnt out highlight detail in very strong sunshine. Most unusually, we were testing the camera during a three-week heatwave in the UK, so our sample images act as testimony to this fact. Staying with the positives however, there are a plethora of shooting options, smartphone-like digital filters, frames, beauty touch-ups and special effects to stop anyone getting truly bored.
8.0 Rated at:

Published on:
Sep 24, 2013

ephotozine‘s review Edit

The Samsung DV150F features a front screen, which could be perfect for people who are taking "Selfies" and then want to upload straight to Facebook or Twitter. However, for everyone else, there is better value to be found from other Samsung Wi-Fi cameras, such as the Samsung ST150F, with a larger 3inch screen, or the Samsung WB30F with a 10x optical zoom lens. Image quality is good, and the camera has excellent Wi-Fi connectivity, and for anyone who wants a front screen on a camera, then there are very few alternatives available.
6.0 Rated at:

Published on:
May 22, 2013

PC Magazine‘s review Edit

The DV150F ($149.99 list) is the latest iteration in Samsung's Dual View camera design. In addition to the rear LCD, which is a ubiquitous feature on point-and-shoots, a front LCD lets you point the lens at yourself to snap a quick self portrait. The 25mm wide-angle field of view makes it possible for a friend to join you, and integrated Wi-Fi lets you beam the photo directly to Facebook or your smartphone. The camera is rife with features, but its image quality leaves some room for improvement
7.0 Rated at:

Published on:
Mar 06, 2013

CNET Reviews‘s review Edit

At this point, it's tough to recommend a camera with photo quality that isn't significantly better than you'll get from the average smartphone. The Samsung DV150F Dual-View Smart Camera certainly has two cool features in its easy-to-use Wi-Fi and dual LCDs. If you shoot a lot of self-portraits and do it mainly outside in good lighting, you'll find this a fine camera.
6.7 Rated at:

Published on:
Feb 25, 2013

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