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Samsung digimax l70 1 small
 
Samsung st10 cl50 front small
 
Effective pixels
7.2 megapixels
9 megapixels
Max resolution
3072, 2304
3456, 2592
Sensor type
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CCD
Sensor size
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5.744 x 4.308 mm
Sensor photo detectors
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9 megapixels
Image ratio w:h
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16:9, 4:3, 3:2
Other resolutions
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3456x2304, 3456x1944, 2592x1944, 2048x1536, 1024x768
ISO minimum
100
80
ISO maximum
800
1600
Supported file formats
JPEG
MJPEG
ISO Auto
-
Boosted ISO maximum
-
3200
Uncompressed format
-
Optical zoom
3 x
3 x
Digital zoom
5 x
5 x
Maximum aperture
57
4.9
Minimum aperture
94
3.7
Focal length equiv
37.5 - 112mm
38–114 mm
Image stabiliser
Electronic
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Filter thread
-
Autofocus
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Contrast Detect (sensor), Multi-area, Center, Single, Touch, Face Detection, Live View
Manual focus
-
Normal focus range
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80 cm
Macro focus range
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1.97 in
Articulated LCD
Fixed
Screen size
2.5 in
3 in
Viewfinder
Screen (LCD/OLED)
None
Screen dots
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460000
Touch screen
-
Live view
-
Built-in flash
Manual settings
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Minimum shutter speed
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1 sec
Maximum shutter speed
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1/1500 sec
Shutter priority
-
Aperture priority
-
Manual exposure mode
-
Exposure compensation plus
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2
Exposure compensation minus
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-2
Expousure compensation steps
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1/3
Subject / scene modes
-
Flash range
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3.1 m
Self-timer
-
Metering modes
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Multi, Center-weighted, Spot
Flash modes
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Auto, Redeye Reduction, Fill-in Flash, Slow Sync, Flash OFF
Self-timer options
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10, 2
Maximum resolution
640, 480
800, 600
Max frame rate (highest resolution)
30 fps
-
Video recording
-
Supported file formats
JPEG
MJPEG
Microphone
-
Mono
Body type
Compact
Compact
Available colours
Black, Brown
-
Weight
113 g
-
Width
94 mm
90 mm
Height
57 mm
60 mm
Length
17 mm
19 mm
Environmentally sealed
-
Storage types
MMC, SD
SD, SDHC, MMC, MMC Plus
Battery type
Li-Ion
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Rechargeable battery
-
USB version
2.0
2.0
HDMI
NFC
-
PictBridge
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Wireless network (Wi-Fi)
-
AV output
-
Remote control
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Retracted optics (even in power-on mode)
-
Orientation sensor
-
Timelapse recording
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