The Samsung Digimax S800 has tons of controls for its price range, but confusing menus and poor image quality outweigh these advantages.
The Samsung NX200's photo quality stands out from the crowd, but its performance and features -- while good -- don't merit its relatively high price.
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 Galaxy Camera is a great point-and-shoot for the everyday photographer who wants to instantly share to social media. Discerning photographers will find issues with its image quality, though arguably they're the wrong target audience for this camera.
Samsung doesn't ask for much money upfront for the PL50, and it doesn't deliver much in return.
If you're happy with the photos from your smartphone, but wish you had an actual camera with a long zoom lens and wireless sharing and backup, check out the Samsung WB150F.
The Samsung Digimax 350 SE's slow performance and inefficient control logic offset its good feature set for automatic snapshooting and video-clip capture.