Samsung has added several new point-and-shoot cameras to its digital camera line. The new models include the SL820, SL620, SL202, and SL30. The SL820 and SL620 are both 12.2MP cameras with 3-inch LCDs and 5x optical zoom. The 820 has a 28mm wide-angle lens and the 620 uses a 35mm lens.
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Both cameras also feature dual image stabilization. The 820 can record video at 720p resolution and has HDMI out. The 620 records video in standard VGA resolution using the MPEG4 format. The cameras also have an array of features and modes for automatic shooting.
The SL202 has a 10MP sensor, as does the SL30. Both cameras have 3x optical zoom. The 202 has a 2.7-inch LCD and can record video at VGA resolution on MJPEG format at 30 fps. The SL30 has a 2.5-inch LCD and records video along with other features for easy picture taking. All of the cameras will be available in March at the following retail prices. The 820 sells for $279.99, the 620 for $199.99, the 202 for $149.99, and the 30 for $99.99.
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