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Attractive styling, 27-124mm eq. lens is wide with decent telephoto reach, Very simple control layout, Excellent hi-res 3.5-inch LCD monitor, Front 1.5-inch screen a lot of fun, Dual Image Stabilization (optical/electronic), Captures 1,280 x 720p video...
A front and back LCD screen and full touchscreen capability make this a camera worth looking into.
Innovative dualscreen display, Cool touchscreen UI with gesturebased controls.
High-resolution widescreen LCD, Touch interface easy to use and responsive, Wide angle lens with 4.6x optical zoom, Surprisingly useful front LCD, Excellent build quality, Very good image quality, 720p HD video
Front LCD is fantastic for creating selfindulgent photos. Focal length starts at 27mm, which makes for great wideangle shots.
Unique DualView LCD technology, Small and stylish form factor, Haptic touch screen, Good image quality, Sharp lens.
Large automatic shooting feature set; responsive touch-screen navigation; unique dual-screen design.
The DualView TL225's "wow" factor is off the charts with two LCDs, Touchscreen LCD on back is large, bright, and sharp one of the best around, Image quality is very good, Autofocus works very well most of the time, Menu structure is easy to understand
Fantastic image quality, Frontfacing LCD & large touch screen LCD on back, 720p Video w/ HDMI output
Excellent image quality. Versatile front-facing LCD. Thin design. High-resolution 3.5-inch touch-screen display with haptic feedback. HDMI-CEC support.
Touch screen menu not nearly as sophisticated or intuitive as competitors, Tilt control doesn't work well, Uses easy-to-lose, hard-to-handle microSD/microSDHC cards, Minimal manual adjustments, Difficulty using touch screen when mounted on tripod, Sof
Low quality pictures in darker settings could be improved.
Expensive, Poor battery life, Supports only microSD and microSDHC storage cards
Zoom actually only 6 discrete steps, User interface sometimes uses cryptic English, Very slippery case, easy to drop, Front LCD a bit dim, Very tippy resting on flat surface, Colors a bit oversaturated, No HDMI cable included in box, Bundled software Wind
Soso image quality, especially in low light. Long shutter lag means many missed moments. Touchscreen isn't very responsive or protected by a plastic screen — we felt like it could get damaged pretty easily. Style: UltracompactResolution: 12.2 me
ISO performance not great, Uses MicroSD (Really?), Video quality subpar, Slow image buffer.
Adapter needed for HDMI output; microSD card requirement might irk some; touch-screen interface not for everyone; battery charges in camera; whole screen not used for framing shots at full resolution.
Camera can be a little tough to hold comfortably because of large LCD, Not surprisingly, an LCD that occupies the entire back of the camera is easy to smudge, Only can charge battery while it's in camera, Macro mode images sometime wash out when flash
Long shutter lag, Proprietary HDMI & USB connectors
Noticeable shutter lag. Audio is muted when you zoom during video capture. Proprietary USB and HDMI Ports.
By The Imaging Resource on July 15, 2010
I can easily understand why the Samsung DualView TL225 and its less expensive sibling, the TL220, are big sellers. The second screen makes it stand apart from the hundreds of digicams introduced every year, and actually does help get quality...
By TopTenREVIEWS on June 01, 2010
If you want a camera that can take overall good quality pictures and has multiple display screens this is the one for...
By PCWorld on January 25, 2010
Packed with innovative features, the dual-screen, touchscreen, gesture-controlled TL225 is more for gadget hounds than for hardcore photographers. Its whistles and bells drain the battery quickly....
By Gadling on December 28, 2009
This Gadling gear review is going to introduce you to one of the newest cameras from Samsung. The Korean electronics maker may not be one of the first names you think of when you shop for a digital camera, but their products are always quite...
By Everything USB on November 23, 2009
A triple base hit as far as higher-end slim digicams go, with many photographic charms. The widescreen LCD with touch interface is well executed and polished, the photo quality is everything one would expect from the premium class, and the front LCD,...
By Photography Bay on November 22, 2009
The Samsung TL 225 is a 12.2 megapixel point and shoot camera. The TL225 features a 4.6x optical zoom lens and optical image stabilization. It has a 3.5″ touchscreen LCD on the back. What makes the TL225 so different though, is that it has a...
By DigitalCameraInfo on November 18, 2009
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By Steves Digicams on November 06, 2009
For 2009, Samsung has taken a unique approach with their TL series of ultra-compact digital cameras. The new TL225 is the first digicam we have ever seen that features "Dual" LCD screens (called DualView), with a monitor mounted right on the front of...
By Wired on November 05, 2009
Your online coolness factor hinges on three things: your number of friends (or followers), the wittiness of status updates (or tweets) and the quality of your self-taken picture (or poorly framed mess). You'll have to explore other sections of Wired...
By DigitalCameraReview on November 03, 2009
As camera makers rush to try and come up with the next big thing to move camera volume during these economic hardships, Samsung has engineered a new idea that will either turn on new customers or have them scratching their heads. My first thoughts...
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