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Samsung HZ10W / WB500 Digital Camera Washington DC

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Ritz Camera
(202) 861-7710
Washington Square 1750 L Street NW
Washington, DC
 
Ritz Camera
(703) 683-1194
600 King Street
Alexandria, VA
 
Ritz Camera
(301) 652-5646
Bethesda Row 7263 Woodmont Avenue
Bethesda, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(301) 419-3200
12200 Baltimore Avenue
Beltsville, MD
 
Ritz Camera Ultra
(301) 230-8993
The Shops at Congressional Village 1701 Rockville Pike Space A16
Rockville, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(202) 244-3800
5221 Wisconsin Ave NW
Washington, DC
 
Ritz Camera
(301) 592-0688
Burnt Mills Shopping Center 10737 Colulmbia Pike
Silver Spring, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(301) 365-3915
Montgomery Mall Space 1296 7101 Democracy Boulevard
Bethesda, MD
 
Ritz Camera
(703) 893-7570
Tysons Corner Center 7935L Tyson's Corner Center
McLean, VA
 
Ritz Camera
(301) 294-8515
Fallsgrove Village Center 14933 Shady Grove Road
Rockville, MD
 

Samsung HZ10W / WB500 Digital Camera Review at Cameratown.com

Samsung HZ10W / WB500 Digital Camera Review

Reader Score: 3.80 (out of 10)
Review (Summary): "The Samsung WB500 (also known as the Samsung HZ10W) is a pocket digital camera featuring a versatile 10x, 24mm wide-angle zoom lens. Taking on the popular Panasonic TZ series of cameras, the 10 megapixel WB500 has a 2.7 inch LCD screen, 24-240mm lens with Dual Image Stabilization, and can record HD video at a resolution of 720p. ...

... Even when left on its normal default color effect setting, the Samsung WB500 delivers warm, well-saturated images. Whilst this treatment is flattering for portraits, on occasion other subjects are rendered a tad 'hyper realistic', as if torn from the pages of a manga comic. ..."

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