The Samsung Galaxy NX camera combines the company's smartphone savvy with its mirrorless interchangeable-lens camera skills. The result: a potentially no-compromise solution for photographers who crave connectivity, albeit at a steep price premium.
The Samsung HZ15W has good parts and features, but it ultimately disappoints on the whole.
Though it doesn't have manual exposure controls, the Samsung L77 puts some good shooting in a small package.
The Samsung NV7 OPS' novel, engaging interface can't compensate for merely adequate performance and so-so photo quality.
The 10-megapixel Samsung S1050 has lots of neat features, but its photos come up lacking.
The Samsung Digimax L85 offers a lot of flexibility and produces very good pictures, but watch out for fringing.
Despite a great feature set for the price, pro-level customization, and excellent photo quality, we can't think of a single reason to buy the Samsung GX-10 over its Pentax-made twin, the K10D.
The Samsung NX100 offers the straightforward operation of a compact camera while adding a larger, dSLR-size sensor, and the ability to swap lenses. The end result is largely a success.
With a flip-out USB connection arm at its base, the Samsung PL90 has purloined a good idea from the pocket-camcorder market, and edges ahead of compact rivals around the £100 mark.
If you can get past its unusual interface and sluggish performance, the Samsung NV10 is a nice digital snapshot camera with some great manual features.
The Samsung i8's tour guide, MP3 and video-playing capabilities would make this stand out from the crowd if wasn't such an undistinguished camera. Cheap-feeling build quality, a terrible zoom and noise issues mean this isn't the best of the i series
Samsung's HZ35W is pretty much an across-the-board improvement from its predecessor resulting in a GPS-enabled compact megazoom worth considering.
The technology-packed Samsung DualView TL225 is the ultimate ultracompact for those who like to be in front of the camera more than they like being behind it.