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Samsung shows off i70 compact digicams

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Samsung has announced the newest addition to it's digital compact camera range: the i70. The 7.2-megapixel camera is available in a choice of four colours: silver, black pink and gold.

Samunng i70 digital compact camera

The i70 features 3x optical zoom and a 3in LCD plus a portable media player so you can have video and music on the go. It also has a text viewer that enables you to read whilst listening to music. The i-movie capability supports TV quality MPEG 4 (720 x 480) at 15fps, combining image stabilisation and in-camera editing.

samunng i70 digital compact camera

The Seoul-based electronics manufacturer is proud to boast that this compact digital camera also sports Samsung's very own "intelligent face recognition" technology, which detects the subject's face, automatically adjusts exposure etc. to ensure better composition and image quality in shots featuring people. Just like every other camera maker's face-recognition system...

The i70 is available in the UK now for around £200 inc VAT.

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