Samsung EX-1 review
The Samsung's strength is its combination of features, performance and value for money. It's not the best-handling high-end compact, but it does the job. The question is: do cameras like this have a future when they're up against a new generation of...
Another of those fashionable SLD (single lens, direct view) cameras? Not quite. The EX1 still qualifies as a compact camera, lacking interchangeable lenses and sporting a small 1/1.7in CCD image sensor. Nonetheless its design and features borrow...
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Consumer Ratings & Reviews
‘‘Outstanding compact camera.’’
This camera never fails to surprise me. It performs well in low light when others would not. The range of features give you complete control and over the last year it has replaced my SLR without compr...
Lofty. on 2012-06-18
Since I bought this hefty little beauty I have left my SLR in the cupboard. A well made large compact with excellent manual features, fast lens and good display. Barrel distortion on the wide end of t...
sparrowshanks on 2011-09-02
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Is there a possibility of increasing the minimum aperture by applying some future firmware update ?
Yordan on 2011-12-01
Sadly the aperture is a physical attribute and a firmware update can in no way at all influence its size whatsoever.
peterkin101 on 2012-03-19
Could you please tell me what is the minimum aperture at telephoto end ?
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