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Samsung has snapped into action with a raft of new lightweight point and shoot cameras, including one with a 16Mp sensor set to hit the shelves in the next few weeks.

Samsung ST95

The ST95, ST90 and ST65 are all less than 20mm thick, shoot 720p HD video and come with a 5x optical zoom.

The ST95 leads the way with its 16Mp sensor, a 3in touchscreen and H.264 recording, a compression technology which means the camera can capture up to four times the content its counterparts can, Samsung claimed.

The ST90 and ST65 both have 14Mp sensors and a large range of pre-sets.

Samsung ST65

The ST95 and ST90 both have a 26mm wide-angle lens and come in black, silver, pink, purple, indigo and orange. They'll set customers back about £180. The ST65 packs a 27mm wide-angle lens and comes in silver, indigo, emerald and red. It'll probably cost about £130. All three cameras go on sale next month. ®

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