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bucky0926 May 21, 2010 9:23 AM

samsung sl720 or samsung tl105
 
Both cameras are the same price so that is not a factor. The only really big thing that is missing from the tl105 is optical stabilization. My old sony h1 has it and I find it works well. I'm hesitant to get a camera without it. Other than that I don't see too much difference. Any thought? I want the samsungs because this is for my son who has acne and I thought the "beauty shot" would help a lot. Is there another camera out there with this kind of fix or effect that I might consider?

Hards80 May 21, 2010 11:22 AM

the SL720 is definitely the better choice with the optical stabilization. It actually is well specced camera for the price. I am not really aware if a beauty type shot is available on other models as it is something I never looked for, but it could be, it may be under other names like "smooth skin" etc.

mtclimber May 22, 2010 10:34 AM

bucky-

Yes, the SL720 is the better camera for sure. Most users are pleased with the camera. However, you must keep in mind that this is a low priced camera, and it is not going to perform like a $350.00 camera.

Sarah Joyce

bucky0926 May 23, 2010 12:05 AM

Yep I'm aware of its limitations. Its for my 14 yr old so it doesn't have to be heavy duty. At 129 dollars from call one on amazon seems like a pretty good deal. Because it shoots hd video would I be better off getting a sdhc class 6 or class 10 card?

shoturtle May 23, 2010 12:12 AM

A class 6 is all you need with HD. You really will not see any gain with a class 10 as the buffers on point and shoots are so small, and do not have high burst rate. But if the difference is ont 1 or 2 dollar, get the class 10 for the heck of it.

IS does help out in video, and it is more apparent.


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