Samsung Extends Popular Dual LCD Camera Family with Two New Models

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Samsung Extends Popular Dual LCD Camera Family with Two New Models


“The introduction of the Samsung 2Veiw camera in 2009 was one of the most successful digital camera introductions in Samsung’s history,” said SJ Park, CEO of Samsung Digital Imaging Company. “The ST550 and the ST500 broke new ground and surpassed industry expectations thanks to a combination of technologies that directly addressed how families and consumers take pictures today.”The new Samsung 2Veiw PL150 and PL100 feature a 1.5-inch color LCD screen located on the front of the camera. This 1.5-inch display gives consumers the ability to perfect their self-portraits or join their friends and family in the shot.  New for the Samsung 2Veiw PL150 and PL100, consumers can now use the 1.5-inch front LCD to frame video in addition to digital stills.With the PL150, consumers can enjoy 720p HD video recording at 30 frames per second (fps).  An optional HDMI adaptor is also available for the PL150, so that consumers can enjoy their HD video, as well as digital still images, on an HDTV or HD monitor.  The new 2Veiw cameras also allow users to have more fun with the dual LCD screens thanks to the addition of the Couple Shot feature and the updated children Mode with music.Enhancements have been made to some of Samsung 2Veiw’s most celebrated features on the PL150 and PL100, including updates to the cameras’ children Mode and Self-Timer. In addition to playing a fun animation on the front LCD screen, the PL150’s and PL100’s Child Mode will also play a musical tune to better help capture a child’s attention in order to snap the perfect picture (additional animations are available for download at www. …

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