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The Samsung WB600, when released was one of the longest pocket zoom cameras you could get, packed an impressive 15x optical zoom lens into a pocketable camera body (Starting at an ultra-wide 24mm, the lens zooms all the way to 360mm equivalent) – prior to the WB600, you needed an SLR-style / “bridge” ultra zoom camera if you wanted such a large amount of optical zoom, and in some cases you still do. Since the WB600, there have been a number of newer cameras announced, with 18x optical zoom, most however, cost a lot more (over double the price in some cases), such as the Samsung WB700, Olympus SZ-10, and Nikon Coolpix S9100. A year since the introduction of the Samsung WB600, find out if this, now, bargain priced, ultra zoom camera still performs…

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Samsung WB600 Photo - Cornwall
We’ve just uploaded sample photos from the Samsung WB600 – a great 15x optical zoom lens pocket zoom – it features a 12 megapixel sensor, 3″ screen, SD/SDHC support, lithium ion rechargeable battery, HD video recording, and a wide-angle lens. The Samsung WB600 is available for only £126 making it excellent value for money.

Samsung WB600

Photography BLOG has reviewed the new Samsung WB600 (aka HZ30W – announced 19th Jan 2010) – it features an impressive 15x optical zoom lens (24-360mm), Optical image stabilisation, 12 megapixel sensor, 3″ screen, 720p HD video with stereo sound, HDMI out, full Manual controls, and Lithium Ion battery. The Samsung WB600 is available for £189 in Grey or Black.

“With a 24mm ultra-wide angle lens and 15X Super-zoom, capture the whole world and bring it closer to you. Plus with Samsung’s Full Manual Control lets you capture those moments you might otherwise miss out on in auto mode.”