At CES 2010, Samsung took some time to introduce seven new and exciting digital cameras that they have planned for 2010. The cameras include the CL80, TL240, TL210, TL205, NX10, SL600, and the SL50.
The CL80 features 14.2MP, 7x optical zoom, 3.7 AMOLED LCD display, Wireless connectivity, Dual Image Stabilization, Bluetooh 2.0, Email, and HD video capture. To complement the HD video capture, the camera sports an HDMI output. Unfortunately, this high end digital camera does not come with a price tag at this time, but is schedule for a Spring 2010 release.
The TL 240 also features 14.2MP, 7x optical zoom, and HD video capture. In terms of differences, it features a 3.5 inch LCD touch screen and no wireless connectivity. Since it doesn’t come with quite all the features as the CL80, it probably costs a little bit less, however no word on pricing is available at this time. Expect this camera to be available in February 2010.
The TL210 sports 12.4MP, 5x optical zoom, dual image stabilization, 1.5 inch LCD on the front and a 3.0 inch LCD screen on the back, the reason of having a screen on the front is for a “couple shot.” In addition it can capture HD video, features Child Mode with Music and Touch of Color Design. Expect this camera to be available by March 2010.
The TL205 comes with 12.2MP, 3x optical zoom, dual image stabilization, 1.5 inch LCD screen on the front with a 2.7 inch screen on the back, Child Mode with Music, and the Couple Shot feature. Expect it to be available by March 2010.
The NX10 comes with 14.6MP, a 3.0 inch AMOLED screen, HD video capture, HDMI output, and a Mirrorless Interchangeable Lens System. Expect it to be ready in the Spring.
The SL600 features 12.2MP, 5x optical zoom, digital image stabilization, a 2.7 inch LCD screen, and 480p video capture. It is slated for a February release.
Lastly, we have the SL50 digital camera which features 10.2MP, 5x optical zoom, a 2.5 inch LCD screen, digital image stabilization, and 480p video capture.