Samsung L100

Samsung L100

The Samsung L100 is an 8.2 megapixel point and shoot camera with a 3x optical zoom lens (37mm – 111m equivalent) and 2.5 inch LCD display (230,000 pixels).

The L100 measures features Face detection, red eye fix and auto contrast balance.  It measures 87.7 x 56.3 x 20.0mm, has an ISO range of 80 to 1600 and a shutter speed range of 8 seconds to 1/1500.

Samsung L100 Features

  • 8.2 Megapixels
  • 3x Optical Zoom Lens
  • DIS (Digital Image Stabilization)
  • Face Detection
  • Red Eye Fix
  • ACB (Auto Contrast Balance)
  • 2.5 inch Intelligent LCD
  • Movie Mode (Record, Zoom, Pause and Edit)
  • Self Portrait Mode

Samsung L100 Press Release Summary

Samsung Cameras raises the bar with the next generation L-series cameras

6 January 2008 – Samsung Cameras, leaders in digital imaging and innovation, is pleased to announce the release of the 8.1 mega pixel L100, the 10.1 mega pixel L110 and the 10.1 mega pixel L210. These three, easy-to-use, digital compact cameras are the next generation cameras from Samsung’s popular L-series. All three combine Samsung’s Digital Image Stabilization and Intelligent Face Recognition Technology in a compact aluminium body.

Samsung’s Intelligent Face Recognition Technology detects the subject’s face and automatically adjusts auto focus and auto exposure to ensure better composition and image quality for portraits. The AF function instantaneously recognises the faces of subjects and accurately focuses on them before the AE function takes over, setting appropriate exposure to ensure the highest image quality.

All three models also feature 3x optical zoom, a bright 2.5” LCD display and a suite of advanced video and editing features including:
*MPEG-4 Movie Recording mode lets users edit and zoom during filming
*Shutter speeds of up to 1/1500sec for fast moving subjects
*An ISO equivalent of 1600 for better pictures in low light
*Auto Red Eye Fix
*Various scene modes, continuous shooting and exposure bracketing to help get the best shots
*10 megabytes of internal flash memory

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