Samsung has recently released two new digital cameras. The TL34HD (lower left) is said to be one of the â€œmost advanced point-and-shoot digital camera in Samsungâ€™s historyâ€, and the other camera, the TL9 (upper left), is advanced too, despite its most non-advanced feature.
The TL9 has two analog (thatâ€™s right, analog) gauges that display the amount of memory, as well as the battery life. Donâ€™t let the old school display fool you, as this guy has 10 megapixels of action, a 2.7 inch LCD, 5x optical zoom, face detection, and dual image stabilization.
As for the TL34HD, it has 14.7 megapixels, a three-inch touchscreen LCD, plus a Schneider lens with 28mm wide-angle focal length and 3.6x optical zoom. It can also shoot video in 720p high-definition at 30 fps. It also has â€œH.264 compression, a codec for high-definition video that has become an industry standard and which yields three times the recording length than of MPEG4â€.