Besides the Samsung TL500, Samsung unveiled the TL350 digital camera today at the PMA 2010.
The Samsung TL350 is a high-speed, 10 mega pixel compact camera with 1080P, full-HD video recording.
With a maximum video recording speed of 1,000 frames-per-second (fps) and a burst mode capable of capturing 10 full-size digital stills per second, the TL350 takes high-speed imaging to a new level says Samsung.
The Samsung TL350 allows users to capture high-quality images no matter how fast the action may be. Its advanced CMOS sensor and re-engineered DRIMeIII processor yield impressive low light performance and most notably, speed, giving users the ability to capture up to 10 pictures-per-second (pps) at the resolution of 10 mega-pixels. Additionally, the TL350 features a 1,000 fps (138x78), high-speed video recording mode which today’s creative consumer can use to reveal details of a fast moving event in super slow motion.
In addition to its impressive speed, the TL350 also features a high-performance 24mm ultra wide angle Schneider KREUZNACH lens complete with a generous 5x optical zoom.
Much wider than traditional compact cameras, the TL350’s 24mm ultra-wide angle lens allows photographers to capture more of a desired scene, such as large groups of friends or family, while the 5x optical zoom will allow them to get in close when shooting from a distance. Samsung’s Advanced Panorama shot with Object Tracking will further enhance the camera’s wide-angle capabilities, ideal for the better capture of scenes such as vast landscapes. For blur free images, the TL350’s lens is also paired with Samsung’s Dual Image Stabilization technology.
The Samsung TL350 is equipped with a 3-inch AMOLED screen providing users with a higher contrast ratio, deeper blacks and more accurate, vivid colors, even when viewed from an angle or in direct sunlight. The AMOLED display is also more efficient when it comes to power consumption, allowing photographers to maximize battery life and shoot longer on a single charge.
The Samsung TL350 has an MSRP of $349.99 and will start shipping in Spring.
The PMA 2010 exhibition starts on February 21st and ends on the 23rd. The PMA trade-show is used by many camera makers as launch pad for new cameras for the Spring and Summer time frame.
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