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Samsung NV24HD 10.1MP Digital Camera with 3.6x Optical Ultra Wide Image Stabilization Zoom (Black)

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  • 10-megapixel resolution for high-quality prints; capture high-definition 720p video
  • 3.6x optical zoom; Dual Image Stabilization; ultra-wide angle 24mm Schneider lens
  • Face Detection technology; Self Portrait mode
  • 2.5-inch LCD touch screen for easy control
  • Capture images to SD cards (not included)
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Technical Details

  • Image Stabilization
  • Video Capability
  • Minimum RAM: 256
  • Mac Compatible

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.9 x 0.8 x 2.4 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001283GIM
  • Item model number: NV24HD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #19,679 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 16, 2006

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Manufacturer Description

Introducing the amazing 10.2-megapixel Samsung NV24HD camera. Representing the very best in compact camera technology, it boasts a 24mm wide-angle and a 3.6x optical zoom lens so you have a wider shooting range. Plus, now you can experience full HD quality with your camera. Capture images and record videos in high definition - then watch them on your HDTV in high-quality 720p resolution. Images are richly colored, crisp and clear, simply the best quality available in a digital camera.

Samsung NV24HD Highlights

The total HD experience

Samsung NV24HD digital camera highlights
To help you get the most out of your still images and videos, Samsung’s NV24HD comes fully equipped with cutting-edge HD technology. Crystal-clear, digital images that can be viewed on a HDTV for the ultimate slideshow via a single HDMI cable. What’s more, the NV24HD is enabled with Anynet+ technology, so all you need is one remote to take control of the action.

24mm ultra wide-angle technology
Samsung NV24HD digital camera highlights


Whether you’re indoors or out, snapping a landscape or friends around a table, the 24mm Ultra Wide Angle lens gives you a wider shooting range from a shorter distance and more flexibility for a greater variety of high-quality options. Now you have the ability to capture images of beautiful landscapes and entire buildings from a very short distance - not something you can do with a standard 35mm. The 24mm Ultra Wide Angle is a perfect marriage of advanced versatility with the convenience of a stylish, compact camera.

Face detection
Samsung NV24HD digital camera highlights


The NV24HD has a built-in face detection feature that detects up to nine different faces, enabling you to take perfect portraits of friends and family. In addition to automatically adjusting focus and brightness to optimum levels, this feature also senses and removes red-eye.

Dual IS (Dual Image Stabilization)
Samsung NV24HD digital camera highlights


Twice the technology for crisp, clear images. Dual Image Stabilization eliminates the blur caused by camera shake and delivers clear, crisp images every time, even under difficult lighting situations. Integrating the best lens shifting mechanisms of Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) with the sophisticated algorithms of Digital Image Stabilization (DIS), Dual Image Stabilization; another superior Samsung innovation, corrects even the tiniest of shakes.

Realistic color AMOLED technology has come of age with this beautiful display. A wider 180-degree viewing angle, enhanced color reproduction, ultra-high contrast ratio, and quick near-zero millisecond response time are just some of the advantages of this new, thinner, screen. Unlike standard LCDs, the bright 2.5-inch AMOLED screen reduces the glare from sunlight so you can see your images under any lighting condition. Add to that reduced image blurring and a broader color spectrum, and you’ll wonder why you ever considered an LCD screen in the first place.

Cutting-edge image processing algorithm DRIM's advanced image processing algorithm lets you capture crisp, rich color images with exceptional speed virtually eliminating artifacts and digital noise.

Product Description

Samsung NV24HD 10 MegaPixel 3.6X Optical 24mm Wide Angle Lens 2.5" AM OLED Optical Image Stabilization Digial Image Stabilization ISO 3200 Smart Touch Face Detection HD Movie @ 720p Li-Ion Battery

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Randall Kopf on May 29, 2008
I'm glad I did not read the poor reviews @ Amazon before I bought my NV24HD. Instead I relied on the Mfr SPECS and bought it. This is a GREAT camera. Anyone who says less does not understand modern technology. This camera fits a small niche... First it is a Point & Shoot with "Wide Angle" Optics. So if your expecting a Handycam with 30x Zoom this is NOT your camera. You should be doing limited zooming with this camera as it is limited to 24mm Wide to 85mm Portrait range. The camera is perfect for family environment. It takes amazing photos and the HD video is decent compared to any P&S considering it's size. Is the HD Video perfect? no but IMO it's pretty decent. While there are minor issues with the camera the key word is "minor". I don't agree the issues other reviewers cite are relevant I.e. its bad for landscape? Well Duh? The NV24HD delivers and is made really well. The AMOLED display is amazing, place this beside any other P&S with both on and see for your self how much more this offers with the Wide Angle Optics. If you have a need for a P&S and can accept Wide-Angle to Portrait range optics you owe it to your self to get this camera.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Scott on June 19, 2008
This camera is absolutely wonderful. After shopping around and looking at cameras for what seemed like forever, I finally found this little wonder. Now people may be hesitant, as to the Samsung brand, I was too, but I am in love with this camera. The price tag of only $250 was great as it is probably one of the cheapest HD cameras you can buy (from a reputable brand), and its image quality simply rocks. I must say that I am a more advanced user who was looking around for manual controls to make my images pop, and this camera's manual mode does just that. You can control virtually everything (minus some very complex things like manual focus, but you really don't need control over those in a little point and shoot.

The camera takes excellent quality videos in the HD mode (be forewarned that you may need a beast of a computer though to play back the movies smoothly). Also people have been complaining about average image quality from this camera and I see nothing of the sort. Colors are vivid and can be mad more or less so by changing effects either before or after taking the picture. One smart feature that Samsung included was the fact that the camera is so speedy with its smart touch interface that it gives a quick update of filters and effects when you roll your fingers over the button. This is great when you want to take pictures in oddly lit situations and you need to quickly find out what looks the best for your photo.

One thing I was really worried about was the pop-up flash on the top of the camera. Moving parts scare me as they tend to break easily and when I looked at the little brother to the camera, the NV15, I saw that the flash didn't really close all of the way after being played with.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By C. Riley on May 20, 2008
I've had the camera for about a week [see below for my update after a month and two months]. So far, I am quite happy with the camera. The zoom has worked well for me and is an improvement over my previous camera. Likewise, the HD video is great on my HD TV. I've been looking for a device to replace my camcorder and my digital camera. In many ways this is the device.

The only negative I have noticed so far is that when recording video if you zoom, the audio cuts out while zooming (or a second or two before the zoom starts). This is not a deal breaker, but it should be fixed so that you can zoom while recording audio. Seems like a pretty common thing to do.

Things to remember: get a large memory card if you intend to record HD video. I got a 16GB (SanDisk) card and it is working well and gives well over an hour of video. As most people know, the internal memory is small so if you are doing any video you'll get about 10 seconds without a card.

July 21, 2008:After using this for about a month, I had a few more comments: First, the battery life is the main drawback so far. On one trip I didn't get good battery life, but on a different one, I got more than 4 days of pictures (about 220), so watch the battery to make sure you aren't running low.

Second, someone has said in the comments that the audio cutting out while zooming is to ensure that you don't record the sound of the zooming and is consequently a feature, I must disagree. I have had a lot of other video cameras that can zoom while recording audio without recording the zooming sound, JVCs, Sony etc. To me, if you can't record sound while zooming there is a problem: either the sound cut-out or the fact that it would record the sound of zooming is a design flaw because other manufacturers have managed to have this feature for decades without a problem.
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29 of 36 people found the following review helpful By T. Johnson on May 15, 2008
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I ordered and received this camera from Amazon after seeing the ad from Samsung that it had the equivalent of a 24mm lens (on a full frame 35mm camera). 95% of these compact cameras have the widest equivalent to a 35mm which is fine for snap shot of friends, but really bad for photos of a room, or a landscape. the camera has a great feel, made of matte black metal. I have a lot of cameras and so I had others to compare it to-- that is where it falls down. You can't control the automatic noise reduction and even with the sharpening turned all the way down, and the images stabilization turned off, the files look very processed and the detail is very poor.. My favorite "happy snappy" is the Canon SD800 IS. Even though the technical maga pixel count is lower on the canon, and using interpolation to upres the canon file to the same res, using a professional focus chart from Century optics, you can see that the files from the Canon are WAY cleaner, and more color neutral and over all more pleasing. Even though the SD800 IS doesn't have as wide a lens (equ to 28mm) I much prefer it. That said, it is really amazing to get HD video out of this little guy!
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