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Here in this article is a review of Samsung GX-1S Digital SLR. If you are fans of digital SLRs and shooting photos, you can know more about this SLR by keeping on reading this article.

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Samsung GX-1S Digital SLR Review

Reader Score: 7.33 (out of 10)
Review: "With a resolution of 6.1 Megapixels, the Samsung GX-1S has enough on board to produce attractive A4 prints. Although we see many of its rivals offering a higher amount of pixels, a consumer should never trust blindly in the amount of pixels alone. Moreover, the difference between six and eight Megapixels isn't even all that significant, and the actual pixel quality is known to be much more important than the amount itself. The image sensor in the Samsung GX-1S isn't exactly a stranger; besides the Pentax, it is also found in the, for example, models of Konica Minolta and the Nikon D50 and D70s.

The Samsung GX 1S is an attractive compact digital SLR camera that leaves very little to be desired as far as clarity and simplicity are concerned. What's more, it is a camera that will grow along with the skills of the user; the Samsung 1S offers a wide variety of options that will come in more than handy as you expand your photographic skills. This also makes the Samsung GX-1S a very suitable camera for the experienced photographer looking for a compact SLR camera, perhaps in addition to a larger model. Because the GX 1S truly is a small camera." ...

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