- Built-in Microphone
- Image Stabilization
- Video Capability
- DC in Jack
- Minimum RAM: 256
Samsung TL320 12.2MP Digital Camera with 5x Schneider Wide Angle Dual Image Stabilized Zoom and 3.0 inch OLED Screen (Black)
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- 12.2-megapixel effective recording
- 5X optical zoom (5X digital/25X total zoom)
- 3" AMOLED (Active Matrix Organic Light-Emitting Diode) viewscreen for improved contrast ratio and better power efficiency
- Dual Image Stabilization (optical and digital)
- Wide-angle lens for shooting landscapes and large groups
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The 3 inches AMOLED LCD screen is very clear and nice to look at especially indoor. But when I use the camera outdoor, like other compact cameras, it still have problem under bright light condition. Glare and reflection obstruct your view, and it can be annoying when you are composing the picture . The LCD screen has 4:3 ratio instead of 3:2 ratio that we usually see in DSLR.
Sensor and Image resolution
One other thing that important to mention is the sensor and image size. The sensor size is 1/2.33 inch (1.09cm) CCD and 12 megapixel maximum resolution. The sensor size is considered small for advance compact camera. Competitors such as Canon S90 IS has 1/1.7 inch and Award winning Panasonic LX3 has 1/1.63 inch. AS a result, image in ISO 400 and above are not that clean. But to be fair, those competitors have a $100-150 higher price tag.
There are several aspect ratios we can choose. But to get full resolution (12 mp or 4000 X 3000) we need to shoot in four thirds (4:3) ratio. If you want to shoot in 3:2 ratio, you will get only 10 mp. and if you shoot in 16:9 ratio (wide screen), you will get 9 mp. Samsung suggests that 9 mp image is good to print up to A2 size and 12 mp is good up to A1 size.
Body and Handling
Samsung TL32 has a sleek, compact body. The lens is fully collapsible when camera is off.Read more ›
Pros: Shirt-pocket small, light weight, solid metal feel, wide-angle zoom lens, f2.8, optical stabilization (in addition to optional digital stabilization), absolutely sweet OLED screen, optional fully manual controls for the photog in me, optional automatic controls for the pull-it-out-of-my-pocket-and-shoot photog in me, long battery life, quick startup, "drive' mode for ~1 frame per second bursts, surprisingly useful flash, excellent color and contrast quality, really sharp lens, 2000 x 3000 pixel images for magazine pub quality, quick response to shutter button, very good 720p video and audio with zooming possible during shooting video), plenty-good-enough-for-me 5x optical zoom, little/no spherical aberration at full wide angle (for architectural shots), decent low light usefulness (but not a D3, for sure), and so on.
Biggest Pro: Due to Samsung's announced TL-350 replacement model, dealers are selling these at cost.
Cons: Very Low light is a bit noisy, similar to others of this genre.
Bottom line: Do not think I could be happier with this purchase. At <$200, you'll have to pay twice as much for a Nikon or Canon with equivalent features. Highly recommended.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So when i got this camera I loved it, really loved the dials at the top. Took great pictures. It didn't auto turn them for me like my old canon camera used to when I imported... Read morePublished on January 19, 2014 by Christopher Wrobel
The first one of these had a faulty charger or battery - impossible to say which. I returned it and re-ordered. Read morePublished on November 9, 2012 by d a settle
Nice weighted camera with excellent video capability. I purchased it mainly for the video option and love the HD 720 image. Read morePublished on November 26, 2010 by Amazon Customer
First off, this camera is gorgeous. People compliment me on how good this camera looks. Brushed steel look on the front is fantastic, same for the blue outline of lens. Read morePublished on July 28, 2010 by Ethan
Fits in pocket. Large screen. Lots of manual settings. Long battery life. Wide angle distorts a bit but it is great for scenery, group shots, tourism.Published on July 12, 2010 by Marvin Klein
I got this camera back in November. Loved it and took many photos with it. Its like my DSLR but pocket sized. The reason i rated it so low is to get your attention to warn you. Read morePublished on June 27, 2010 by Pat
This camera is great. You know, the price is so reasonable and the quality of picture is so good.
I recommend this one strongly.
I purchased this camera in part because of the use of the OLED display ( which does add to battery life significantly), I took a number of close up photos using the flash and the... Read morePublished on November 28, 2009 by CEK