35x Super long Zoom
What if you could be anywhere you wished to go? The 35x optical zoom telephoto lens delivers crisp detail and sharp focus every time, putting you in the middle of the action no matter where it’s happening.
16 M BSI CMOS sensor
Your photos will be sure to match your memories. The super-fast, super-sensitive 16-megapixel BSI (back side-illuminated) CMOS sensor needs less light for proper exposure and focuses quicker than conventional sensors.
Full HD Video Recording with Movie Zoom Button
The 35x optical wide zoom delivers smooth Full HD 1.080 / 60i video and amazing low-light performance. Movie Zoom automatically adjusts and optimizes sound settings to eliminate the motor “whir” sound giving you crystal-clear audio performance.
- BSI CMOS Image Sensor
- Approx 16,38 Megapixels
- Approx 16,79 Megapixels
- OIS (Optical Image Stabilization)
- Contrast AF
- Normal: 80 cm - Infinity (Wide) / 150 cm - Infinity (Tele), Macro: 10 - 80 cm (Wide) / 150 - 350 cm (Tele), Auto Macro: 1 cm - Infinity (Wide) / 150 cm - Infinity (Tele), Super Macro: 1 cm (Wide)
- Program AE
- Metering: Center Weighted / Multi / Spot / Face Detection AE
- Compensation: ± 2 EV (1/3 EV Step)
- Auto / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1.600 / 3.200 / 6.400 (1 EV Step), Auto ISO Upper Level is Selectable (Up to ISO 6.400)
- Mode: Auto WB / Daylight / Cloudy / Fluorescent_H / Fluorescent_L / Tungsten / Custom / Color Temp.
- Samsung Lens f = 4,5 - 157,5 mm (35 mm Film Equivalent: 25 - 875 mm)
- F No.: 3 (W) ~ 5,9 (T)
- 35X Optical Zoom Lens
- Still Image Mode: 1 - 2X, Play Mode: 1 - 14,4X (Depends on Image Size / Size (Min) is 1.024 x 768)
- TFT LCD Type
- 3" Size
- 3" (75 mm) 460.000 Display
- Auto: 1/8 - 1/2.000 sec / Program: 1 - 1/2.000 sec, Night: 8 - 1/2.000 sec
- Auto / Auto + Red-Eye Reduction / Fill-In / Slow sync / Off / Auto + Red-Eye Fix
- Wide: 80 cm - 6 m, Tele: 1,5 - 3 m (ISO Auto) Range
- 5 sec Recharging Time
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