Samsung Digimax S700: Samsung is pleased to announce the launch of a new “S” Series model within its Premium line of Samsung Digimax digital still cameras. The seven Megapixel Samsung S700 digital camera is a full featured model designed to deliver maximum value, style and performance for digital photographers of all skill and experience levels. Offering features useful to the entire family, the Samsung Digimax S700 boasts a crystal-clear 2.4-inch LCD and a 3x optical zoom in both still and movie modes. “The new Samsung Digimax S700 digital compact camera is perfect for everyone from beginners to advanced digital photographers,” says Stewart Henderson, National Marketing Manager at Samsung Opto Electronics.
Samsung S700 camera - MJPEG video
“With the addition of the Samsung S700, we have bolstered our already strong and comprehensive range of digital still cameras. This, combined with the recent launch of our NV Series, enables us to deliver products that meet the needs of a diverse dealer and consumer base.” The new Samsung S700 also features robust movie clip editing functions which allow users to be more creative with their images than ever before. The Samsung S700 supports MJPEG video recording.
Samsung Digimax S700 compact camera - Video editing
For example, “S” series owners can select and save a portion of a movie clip during playback and/or select part of a movie clip to be saved as a still image. All of this can be done right on the camera, without the aid of a computer or third party editing software. Also included is Samsung’s unique successive video function that allows shooters to pause and resume video recording at any time and merge multiple video files into one single file.
Samsung S700 digital camera - Digital special effects
For crystal-clear images under many lighting conditions, the Samsung Digimax S700 model features seven scene modes including: Landscape, Close-Up, Sunset, Dawn, Backlight, Fireworks and Beach & Snow. And, for the ultimate in creative control the “S” series models also features a Special Effects Hot Key, putting several special effects at the user’s fingertips. These effects include: Color Effect, offering a variety of colors, including B/W, sepia, blue, red, green or Negative depending on your photographic settings; Highlight, which keeps the subject in sharp focus while putting the rest of the image into soft focus; Photo Frame, allowing the shooter to choose from nine different types of photo frames to shoot their subjects in; and Composite Shot that allows the user to take two-to-four, and save them into a single file.