Samsung has unveiled four new digital cameras bearing the VLUU series name, and these are: NV100HD, NV9, L310W and L201. Although these models are available only in Korea for now, we’re hoping that some, if not all, of these cameras will hit the US sometime soon. Anyway, here’s a quick look on what these new models have in store for us digital photography enthusiasts.
First, we have the the 14.9-megapixel touting NV100HD with a 3.0-inch touchscreen LCD, a 28mm wide-angle and Schneider Lens with 3.6 optical and 5x digital zoom, a dual optical image stabilization feature, high ISO sensitivity of up to 3200, HDMI output for full HD viewing and face detection technology.
Then we have the 10.2-megapixel VLUU NV9 featuring a 2.7-inch TFT LCD, 5x optical zoom, dual image stabilization, ISO sensitivity of up to 3200, supports MPEG movie capture with optical zoom feature, and some face detection capability as well.
Next up is the VLUU L310W boasting of a 13.6-megapixel camera resolution, a 2.7-inch TFT LCD, 3.6x optical and 5x digital zoom, dual IS, ISO sensitivity of up to 3200, video capture in MPEG-4 format, and face detection.
Finally, we have the VLUU L201 with a 10.2-megapixel camera resolution, a 2.7-inch TFT LCD, 3x optical and 5x digital zoom, electronic anti-share feature, ISO up to 1600, video capture MPEG-4, face recognition and some data cables.
Although there’s nothing quite impressive about these new Samsung cameras, they would still be worthy addition to the current crop of digital cameras available in the US market today. And if Samsung wants to market them successfully, a competitive price for each of these cameras would more than compensate for their lack of outstanding features. Unfortunately, pricing information as well as release dates for these cameras are not yet available.
Via [Aving USA]