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Wb750 12.5mp 18x Optical Zoom 1080p Hd Video 3in Lcd Black

by Samsung

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  • 12.5M BSI CMOS
  • 24mm 18X Zoom (24x Smart Zoom)
  • 3.0 TFT LCD (hVGA)
  • 1080@ 30fps Movie recording / H.264 Format + HDMI (D Type)
  • Dual Image Stabilization
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • ASIN: B005IQGUMI
  • Item model number: wb750
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (23 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,367 in Camera & Photo (See Top 100 in Camera & Photo)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 23, 2011

Product Description

WB750 12.5MP 18X OPTICAL ZOOM 1080P HD VIDEO 3IN LCD BLACK

Customer Reviews

Great low light sensitivity.
Bob Tobias
This camera takes very good video.
Michael Christofield
The manual modes great as well.
P. Tuggle

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Randy Wakeman on July 10, 2012
2012 Travel Zoom Digital Camera Round-Up

Way, way back in 2009, a lengthy group test of pocketable long-zoom travel cameras was performed by one of the most popular sources for digital camera reviews. It was only three years ago and the camera specifications were all within a narrow range: The tested cameras all had 10 - 12MP CCD sensors, zoom ability was 10x-12x, none could record video at full 1080 HD, and most screens were of the 230k pixel, 2.7 inch to 3 inch variety. The winners in that match-up happened to be Panasonics, with Panasonic ZS-3 having a street price of $380 or thereabouts, at that "ancient" time.

Onto 2011, where another, larger group test was conducted. The cameras as a class offered BSI (back side illumination) sensors more often, LCD screen resolution was improved to 460k (or better) and the long zoom notion was no longer 10x, but 14x to the (at that time) 18x Nikon S9100 as the class leader in the zoom department. GPS units were added as a "feature" and the winners were the Canon SX230 (a verdict I agree with) and the Nikon S9100 which I personally found to be a spectacular disaster of a camera.

It is just a year later, and BSI sensors have become standard fare, claimed to be twice as sensitive as the CCD variety. The 14x zoom of the 2011 Canon SX230, actually a fine camera, now seems anemic compared to the 16x - 20x base capabilities of the current crop. I don't particularly subscribe to putting a price on a memory, but as a bonus 2012 compact long zooms, despite having more expensive sensors, greater usable magnification ranges, better video capability, and more features the price of entry is no more, often less than three years ago.

Some of the common "complaints" about this class of camera are nonsensical.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Bob Tobias #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on March 5, 2012
Bottom line: This is a real nice camera.

What I liked: (just about everything)

- Very good lens. The images are clear, sharp.

- The 3" display is bright, even in daylight.

- The camera has a well made and solid feel to it.

- Smart Mode (the Samsung version of full auto) really is pretty smart. All I have to do is make sure the image is composed properly and the camera does the rest. I do most of my picture tak'n with a DSLR in manual mode and even though this camera does allow me to do that too, I leave it set to Smart Mode most of the time, relax, and still get great pictures.

- 24mm wide angle. I know everyone raves about the 18x zoom (and I will too). However, also important is that this camera zooms out wider than most in its class. That means I can capture large groups or wide expanses without having to back up or rely on the (excellent) panorama capabilities. Wider also means greater depth of field but either you already know that or it's too geeky to explain in this review.

- 432mm optical zoom. This is extremely long and the camera still manages to capture clear images even without a tripod. That is because the optical stabilization works real well.

- Great low light sensitivity.

- Panorama mode. Very well thought out. None of this taking multiple images and having the camera stitch them together afterwards. Just hold down the shutter and pivot. The camera builds the image as you turn.

- Movie mode that works. It's true hi def. Also handy (and not available in some other cameras in this class) is the zoom works while you are making the movie. I also like that you can capture stills at the same time you're taking a video.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Michael L. Petty on January 21, 2012
I was a professional photographer years ago and have owned many cameras. This is by far the best consumer point-and-shoot super zoom camera I have owned. It is a small easy to use camera with some outstanding features.

You need to know that it has incredible zoom capabilities:
18X OPTICAL Zoom which is fantastic.
24X Smart Zoom supported in some shooting modes.
72X Digital Zoom with acceptable image quality. I'm taking pictures of things a mile away!

1080P video recording is excellent and smooth on a Class 10 SD card. The camera also has slow motion video recording in lower resolution.

Low light picture quality is very good. This camera also has an easy to use High Dynamic Range (HDR) feature.
Night shooting mode is phenomenal, but you still may need to set the camera down or use a tripod.

Note: This is one of the few point-and-shoot cameras that has a Full Manual Mode so you can manipulate Shutter, Aperture, Focus, +/- Exposure settings, etc.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By rog7254 on December 31, 2011
Like me if you like the point and shot camera for convenience of size but wanted more optical zoom, to be able to take your kids pictures from fall away and take hd video.

I'm not a expert in photograph, I just wanted three basic things in my camera with price range of $200 ~ $300

1. small (point and shot).
2. long optical zoom, also this camera has very good anti shake from far away.
3. 1080p HD video recording, you can take pictures while you are recording video.

after playing with it for 20 minutes. if i would of made a camera, this would be it.

it takes great hd video and pictures, and anti shake real works great even at full 18x.
i just put the function in Smart Auto and let the camera do all the work.

only time i change menu dial on top from smart auto to panoramic, to take wide angle pictures. (its a nice feature)
video maker on board the camera is fun and easy, and gives your video and pictures different/fun look.

Like me, if you need to take pictures for your kids in sports, play, this is it.

I had this WB750 camera for three weeks now, getting to like it more and more, every time i use it.
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