Samsung Australia will release four new easy-to-use digital cameras this month.


September 9, 2010: Samsung Australia will release four new easy-to-use digital cameras this month.
The new Samsung PL90 includes a built-in USB connector that eliminates the need for cables to connect the camera to a computer. Simply connect the PL90 to a USB port and images can be easily uploaded, tagged and shared from anywhere in the world. The camera’s battery will also be recharged while it remains connected. The PL90 has a 12.2-megapixel sensor and 4x optical zoom lens plus a 2.7-inch, 230K-pixel LCD monitor. It comes with Samsung’s new Smart Auto (Still & Movie) technology and Perfect Portrait System and can record video clips at VGA resolution (30/15fps). RRP is $179.


The new Samsung PL90. (Source: Samsung.)
The 14.2 megapixel Samsung ST80 features in-built Wi-Fi, High Definition (HD) video recording in 720p format and a 3-inch LCD touch-screen. Images and video clips are easily uploaded to social networking sites such as Picasa, Facebook, YouTube or Photobucket by simply logging into a local network. They can also be emailed directly from the camera or streamed to DLNA-compatible devices. RRP is $349.


Samsung’s ST80 is designed for social networkers. (Source: Samsung.)
The 14.0 megapixel Samsung PL200 (RRP $249) features a 7x optical zoom lens, while maintaining a slim and compact design. Features include 720p HD video recording, dual image stabilisation and an easy-to-use menu. Also offering 14-megapixel resolution is the Samsung ES75 (RRP $149) with a 5x optical zoom lens that has a 27mm (equivalent) wide angle of view. Rubber-protected buttons and a scratch resistant cover for extra protection while travelling.
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