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TIPA announce award winners

TIPA announce award winners - Samsung Cameras have won a TIPA award for the third year running.

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Samsung Cameras have won a prestigious Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) award for their NV24HD. The TIPA recognises the best camera products from across the globe every year and is comprised of editors of 31 camera and video magazines from 12 European countries.

It is the third year running that Samsung Cameras have scooped a TIPA prize - clearly illustrating Samsung's ongoing strength in the photography and multimedia arena. The NV24HD is Samsung's first HD digital camera yet enjoys all the style and smart functionality of the rest of the NV range.

Samsung's innovative NV24HD was launched in January 2008 and enables users to record high definition videos for super sharp movie quality recordings. The camera's High Definition Multimedia Interface and Consumer Electronics Control (HDMI) deliver crystal-clear images via a single cable. It boasts 10Mp and even comes with a remote control for use with compatible Samsung TVs.

The NV24HD also includes dual picture stabilisation - by integrating both the optical picture and digital picture stabilisation the user obtains vastly improved image quality and outstanding exposure without the blur.

"We're absolutely delighted to receive another TIPA award," said Robert King, Commercial Director of Samsung. "We're committed to providing quality products and the NV24HD offers photographers of all levels the ability to take fantastic photographs and high-quality video recordings at the touch of a button. These awards highlight the fact that we're identifying the needs of our customers and delivering unique innovative features to meet and exceed expectations."

The NV24HD is priced at £249 and is available from leading high street and online retailers.

Customers requiring further information should visit the Samsung website

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I must be mad, because I've just ordered one purely on the strength of this announcement, and I can't find a single review or test of it on the web to date.
Oh well, ho hum as they say...

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Don't hold your breath waiting for that review. It seems, traditionally, Samsung have always rated poorly for digital compact cameras.
Not much motivation then for Samsung to make available any new models for scrutiny when they know they are going to be universally panned.
Don't get me wrong, I love the AMOLED screen (I wish Canon SLRs had this), the effecient HD video codec (I wish the Canon TX1 had this), and the wide-angle lens (I wish Canon compacts had this); it's just not likely to take good quality pictures.

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