Although IFA 2007 is starting late August in Berlin Samsung already introduces their new IFA digital camera launch in July; the introduction of the Samsung S750. At this moment it is not sure whether the Samsung S750 digital compact camera will be available outside the German market, but we may assume this is the case. The new digital compact camera of Samsung is equipped with a 7.2 Megapixel image sensor and a bright 3x optical zoom lens. The stylish design of the Samsung 750 camera gives the user the choice out of two colors; silver or black. However, it doesn’t matter which color the user chooses, there is one important difference from its competition and that is its price!
Samsung 750 camera - Design and Weight
Thoughtful features allow users to focus on getting the images they want without having to worry about tedious exposure adjustments or editing. The ergonomic design of the Samsung S750 camera is how you would like it to be; straight to the point. The grip of the housing is giving the camera its highly demanded balance despite its light weight of only 136 g. Although the Samsung 750 digital camera is an entry level model its exclusive ASR stabilisation system minimalises any shake and therefore results into more sharp pictures.
Samsung S750 compact camera - Print and Scene
Convenient features like auto mode and scene programmes like Auto, Program, Manual, Scene, Movie, ensures the entry-level photographer hassle-free digital photography without the need to worry about settings like aperture and shutter speeds. And due to the high resolution of 7.2 Megapixels the user has enough digital information to post process the image or print it large format.
Samsung S750 digital camera - IFA 2007 and Accessories
It is even hard to spend money on the new Samsung S750; even buying batteries will save you the costs. The Samsung S750 camera runs on a pair of AA batteries or AA rechargeable ones. We expect at the new Samsung S750 will be showcased at the upcoming IFA 2007 event. Pricing and availability is not available yet.