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Great review on MobileMag: Samsung ST1000(CL65) scores 7.5 out of ten

talknews 086 title Great review on MobileMag: Samsung ST1000(CL65) scores 7.5 out of ten
We’re proud to announce that, the Samsung ST1000(CL65) scored 7.5 out of 10 points in a review published by MobileMag(www.mobilemagazine.com).

Along with an unboxing video, which was available since last week, MobileMag described the Samsung ST1000(CL65) as a very solid choice, with fantastic results, in terms of, build, picture-quality and optical zoom.

Besides, these basic functions, MobielMag also highly praised the touch screen of the 12.2 megapixel powered camera, and connective nature of the Samsung ST1000. Including GPS for geo-tagging, Bluetooth for wireless transfer and Wi-Fi, to upload pictures on-the-fly.

Anyhow, if you want to read the whole review, click here

Thank you for your interest,

SamsungImaging.net

Comments (3)

  • Jonathan Stewart says:

    I’m very interested in this camera, but posting this “review” as an accurate assessment is not encouraging. The review barely touches on the feature set of the camera and shows no knowledge of photography whatsoever. It is not a credible review.

  • SamsungImaging.net says:

    Hello, Jonathan.
    We feel sorry for your disappointment.
    Reviews that you want will be update soon, so please wait for that. Other detailed reviews about ST1000(CL65), please check ‘ST1000′ at ‘Review’ category.
    Thank you for your interest!

    Best Regards,
    SamsungImaging.net

  • Jonathan Stewart says:

    Thank you for your speedy reply. I looked at the reviews on the page you indicated and they were informative. I still am left with some specific questions regarding the GPS functions. My intended use for this camera will be on multi-day backpacking adventures in the outdoors. I want to be able to geotag my images using the built-in GPS, but have concerns over GPS-signal acquisition times upon each camera startup and also about battery life. I hope you can answer my questions.

    1. Assuming I have a clear, unobstructed view of the sky, how long will I typically have to leave the camera on before it gets a GPS location fix? After my initial fix in a given location, will subsequent fixes be quicker, requiring less acquisition time?

    2. Assuming I will take between 30-40 geotagged pictures daily, how long can I expect the battery to last? In other words, for a weeklong trip, how many fully-charged batteries will I expect to go through?

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