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Samsung TL105 Digital Camera, Black

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  • Features
  • Ultra-slim Body, Stainless Steel Cover - The Samsung TL105 packs a lot of performance into an ultra-stylish, ultra-slim design complete with a stainless steel exterior for added durability. Measuring just under 0.7 inches wide, the TL105 can easily slip into your pocket so you can take it wherever you go.
  • Capture More of Your Life - You already have the eye. Now all you need is the camera to capture the world exactly the way you see it. The TL105 combines a 27.5mm wide-angle lens with a 4x optical zoom. Letting you can fit more in frame while delivering a deeper perspective. And the 12.2 mega pixels provides the sharp, crisp detail to reveal all kinds of things. Including what a great photographer you are.
  • HD movies in the palm of your hand - Record high-quality video at a resolution of 1280 x 720 (SVGA) at 30/15 frames per second (fps). The TL105 also features helpful in-camera editing controls, which lets you pause and then resume filming without having to save each clip as an individual file.
  • The simple way to go pro - Stylishly slim, yet beautifully intelligent, the Samsung TL105 is everything you want in a camera and more! Take professional-looking photos with Samsung's Smart Auto feature. Smart Auto analyzes key elements of your composition such as color, brightness, motion and subject; then automatically adjusts to take the perfect shot.
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Product Description

Samsung TL105 Digital Camera, Black12MP; 28mm Wide 4x;2.7" LCD; Perfect portrait system w/smart Auto. Digital Image Stabilization, 720p; Supported Flash Memory: SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory Card; Integrated Memory: 31 MB.Specifications:Product Type: Digital camera - compactSupported Flash Memory: SD Memory Card, SDHC Memory CardIntegrated Memory: 31 MBSensor Resolution: 12.2 MegapixelShooting Modes: Frame movie modeLens System: 4 x zoom lens - 4.9 mm - 19.6 mm - f/3.2-5.9Focus Adjustment: AutomaticMin Focus Range: 31.5inDigital Zoom: 5 xImage Stabilizer: ElectronicCamera Flash: Built-in flashRed Eye ReductionMicrophone: Microphone - built-in - electret condenser - monoDisplay: LCD display - TFT active matrix - 2.7" - colorSupported Battery: 1x Li-ion rechargeable battery ( included )Dimensions (WxDxH): 3.6 in x 0.7 in x 2.2 in

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.6 x 0.6 x 2.2 inches ; 3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • ASIN: B0036R85OM
  • Item model number: EC-TL105ZBPBUS
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: October 2, 2001

Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model: EC-TL105ZBPBUS
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 12.2 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CCD
  • Optical zoom: 4 x
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Customer Reviews

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In video mode the default is no sound on zoom because it's a horrid noise but you can turn it on although you really don't want to, trust me it sounds awful.
L. Rice
After using the camera for a week i am very impressed with the video quality and pictures from this diminutive camera.
Maria Cocker

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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Maria Cocker on April 15, 2010
This is my review of the Samsung TL105.Let me start by saying that i was looking for a camera that would cost under $150. and be able to record HD video but it had to record in the new MP4 H.264 format because this is what is needed for uploading to YouTube.The TL105 is the only camera in this price range to have this format.My first impression of the camera was it is small but well built with it's stainless steel body.After using the camera for a week i am very impressed with the video quality and pictures from this diminutive camera.The HD videos download to the computer from the camera very quickly because of the H.264 format and look very good on YouTube.Just make sure you are using a class 6 SDHC card or better.A big plus is the software that comes with the camera (intelli-studio) it is very good.You can do all the editing you have to do like cut,trim,splice and transitions and even convert your video to a different format if you like,bravo samsung.Just made sure your computer has been built in the last five years to run the software.The only negative and it is not with the camera is that the USB cable that comes with it needs to be a little longer.Let me end by saying if you are looking for a compact camera under $150. that you would like to post HD videos to the internet i highly recommend the Samsung TL105.Videos taken with the TL105 can be seen at richpin06a on YouTube.
P.S.The camera comes with the zoom set to mute so when you zoom it does not record sound when you get it.If you want it to record sound while zooming put the camera in video mode press the menu button.Then move down the right frame to voice there are three options the middle one will let you record sound while zooming.One last thing to use the digital image stabilization in video mode you have to turn off Smart Auto mode.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By L. Rice on November 15, 2010
I was very surprised by this little camera. I won it in an auction and didn't think much of it until I actually played with it.

Cool features include
*Iso adjustment up to 3200
*Smile shutter
*HD video
*Custom color effect editor
*Smart filter for special effects in picture AND video mode
*Continuous shot
*More effects that can be added in playback mode

Another cool thing if that you can register a face and it marks the face every time you take a picture of that person. That may link to the software but I run linux so I don't know.

The zoom and focus is very loud, at first I thought it was defective because of all the ticking noises but that is normal. In video mode the default is no sound on zoom because it's a horrid noise but you can turn it on although you really don't want to, trust me it sounds awful.

The picture quality is about normal. I'll rarely shoot 12mp, maybe 3 or 5mp max ever so it doesn't look the greatest there on the tiny sensor but for snapshots it's awesome.

Overall this is a great little camera. All the little editing effects add a nice touch for teens and adults who don't know how to edit on a computer or don't want to spend the time doing it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Greg Shovlin on November 26, 2010
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As the title suggests, this camera does very well for the price I paid for it and the size of it.
It's very small but packs many features. It's slightly smaller than the size of a deck of cards.
The pictures are really nice, crisp and vivid. The best photos are usually achieved with tampering with the manual settings to get the right photo. Like any good "photographer," you don't take just one picture of the same subject, but multiple to get that one great shot.
The smart setting does an admirable job with calculating which setting is best for the current situation. This smart setting works best outside, and inside (if lighting is really good). Smart setting also works well for action shots once it recognizes your subject is moving around a lot. I found that my best shots were achieved with manual settings, but when I'm out and about outside, I stick to the auto-smart setting.
The manual settings has many shooting options and they are as follows: Photo Size, Quality, EV, ISO, White Balance, Face Detection, Smart FR Edit, Focus Area, Metering, Photo Style Selector, Smart Filter, Image Adjust, ACB, Drive, DIS, and Voice.
From this list, it becomes evident that a good amount of tinkering can find the best setting and that good photo.
There is a button to the left of the power button that allows the user to switch between their personal manual settings and the automatic settings. Manual options also include whether to use normal AF, Macro, and Super Macro. The options to choose from multiple flash settings are in both the manual and automatic.
My 1 gripe has a both a pro and a con. It is the charger that comes with the camera. It's really short. The con is obviously the length but the con that it's two parts and the one part that I like is the wall-plug itself.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By USF2012 on November 26, 2010
I spent a long time researching different cameras before I decided to by this one and it's everything I hoped it would be. I decided on the Samsung over the Sony Cyber-shot W310 and the Kodak M575, which was a tough choice because my last two cameras have been Cyber-shots. The nod went to Samsung over the Kodak because of the ISO (up to 3200 on Samsung and only 1000 on Kodak as per the two respective brand websites) and the size (less than .7" vs .9" thin, and weighs slightly less). The Samsung and the Sony were very close, but it came down to price and universality (as in the Samsung's compliance with more types/brands of SD cards than the Sony, and the price of said cards). All three cameras were on sale and the Samsung was also the least expensive by $10 (not a significant dollar amount, but when the cameras were this close, it matters). The 4X optical zoom is perfect for what I need to shoot and the adjustable video quality is a nice feature. The "smart" mode gets the shot right 9 times out of ten and the interface is rather user friendly so adjusting settings isn't too difficult. I've heard complaints about the USB door not closing and mine works fine (I opened and closed it 20+ times in the parking lot to make sure that it worked fine) and that there's no volume on video when it's zoomed in, which is a simple fix under the video and then audio menu, turn it to the middle selection which is just a microphone and it will record sound at all points. This is the best point and shoot camera I've owned and I would definitely recommend this to anyone!
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