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Samsung TL350 10.0 MP 5x Optical Zoom Digital Camera (Black)

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Samsung
  • Model: EC-TL350ZBPBUS
  • Optical Sensor Resolution: 10 MP
  • Optical Sensor Technology: CMOS
  • Optical zoom: 5 x
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 10.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0036RDP9C
  • Item model number: EC-TL350ZBPBUS
  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,512 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 1, 2010

Product Description

Samsung TL350 10 Megapixel Compact Camera - 4.30 mm-21.50 mm - Black EC-TL350ZBPBUS Digital Cameras

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The camera arrived in a compact box containing the camera, the battery, a wall charger with USB cable, a CD-ROM containing RAW conversion software among other items, Quick Start Manual, warranty, and wrist strap. Apparently to save cost, the 131 page user's manual is located on the CD-ROM rather than provided in hard copy format.

It took 2 hours and 20 minutes to fully charge the battery before the camera could be used. The charging cable is quite short about 20", so an extension cord will probably be needed to reach from the power outlet to the camera. The cable provides a relatively large red lighted arrow on the camera side when the camera is charging that turns green when the camera is fully charged. Although the cable has a standard USB profile at one end, the other end has a profile I hadn't seen before. The "mini dashboard", i.e, the two analog dials on top of the camera, one for battery charge and the other for memory usage, do not work in the charging mode. Thus, you can't see charge progress on the battery dial and need to rely on the charging light's 'not charged'/'fully charged' indicator.

Operation of the TL350 is not obvious. For example, a red circled button on the camera back can be pressed to begin and end a movie, This was done to allow the shutter button to be used for still photos while recording a movie. An outstanding feature, but this implementation is not intuitively apparent. Some options are unavailable in certain modes when other modes were previously selected, which options are available or unavailable in what mode is not immediately obvious. For example the 'Image Adjust' mode for changing contrast, sharpness, or saturation appears as unavailable if any 'Photo Style" or 'Smart Filter' choice was previously made.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By powerop on May 28, 2011
UPDATED: 6/1/11
My main impression of the camera is great. I'm no professional but very picky with the end product that I choose to keep. I've owned the Panasonic lx3, Canon A590is, and Canon T2i, and currently own my old Fuji s6000fd and Pentax k-x. Some of my comments are direct observations, some are opinions.

I'll start with the CONS and let the camera try to redeem itself.
- Charging the battery is done within the camera. Works, but can't use camera while charging and only one battery at a time unless you buy an independent charger. Plus the provided cable is 18 inches long only.
- Drive modes such as bracketing, shooting speed in fps, and timer countdown are handled via a slow barrel-type roller on the side (see pic). Its not intuitive, still getting used to it.
- No distance scale information (Focal/zoom length you are at) displayed anywhere.
- No blinking clipped shadows or highlights. Although, you can display a histogram.
- Not enough info during playback. Shows ISO, aperture, shutter speed, histogram, flash, date, and photo number. Wish it showed resolution, white balance, mode used, etc.
- No program shift in P mode. But thats an advanced feature, no biggie.
- Macro mode does not focus on infinity. Not surprised, but some compact cameras still do (albeit slowly).
- Vice versa for Normal mode. Without focal length info, there are times when I have to guess whether to start in macro or normal. Keep in mind, however, Auto mode changes this for you, PASM modes do not.
- ISO value, whether auto or defined, is not displayed during capture mode. Stinks.
- Panorama shots seems lower resolution than normal shots. One example shot was 3200 x 720 pixels.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Cheryl M. Todd on April 1, 2011
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After an extensive review of cameras that could be considered in this class, performance wise, (Canon G12, Sony NEX3/5, Panasonic Lumix LX5, Olympus E-PL1, Canon S95, etc.) I selected the TL350 for several reasons. First, I wanted a quality camera that would fit in a coat pocket because we travel a lot and take a lot of photos on the fly. While I appreciate the inter-changable lens features of other cameras I didn't want to carry additional "gear". I want to be able to shoot quickly without stopping to change the lens to get the proper perspective. I wanted good manual controls because I prefer the flexibility and creativity available in one of the priority or manual shooting modes. I wanted an ergonomic camera. I wanted a good quality lens. I wanted fill-flash options. I wanted a bright LCD screen. I wanted the ability to shoot in JPEG and RAW. I wanted an intuitive user interface. I wanted a good panorama option, and I wanted a camera that has good battery life. I don't care much about video so I didn't spend a great deal of time on the pros and cons of video for each camera.

The TL350 does virtually everything I wanted plus it has an excellent video interface, ease of use with good quality images and sound. You can even take a photograph while shooting video. It has many more features including Smart Automatic, Program, Aperture Priority, Shutter Priority, Multiple Scene, Burst, Manual, Movie and Dual Image Stabilization Modes. There are a lot of portrait options and the panorama scene mode is a piece of cake to use and worked flawlessly on my last trip.
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