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The Samsung L73 is a compact 7.2-megapixel camera that takes a number of cues from Samsung's NV range. It doesn't have a profusion of buttons and control dials: instead, it uses the new Smart Touch interface, a cross between a touchpad and a directional control.

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Samsung L73 Review

Reader Score: 6.75 (out of 10)
First-Impressions: "The Samsung L73 is a compact 7.2-megapixel camera that takes a number of cues from Samsung's NV range. It doesn't have a profusion of buttons and control dials: instead, it uses the new Smart Touch interface, a cross between a touchpad and a directional control. This new control system, which was first seen on the NV7 late last year, replaces the touch screen with an array of touch-sensitive buttons below and to the left of the screen.

The Samsung L73 has an interesting selection of features, but there are a few missing that we would like to see at the price. There's no proper image stabilization, and no manual control. Although many users won't miss the latter, the lack of either electronic or optical image stabilization may be a deal breaker, with models that include it (such as the Canon PowerShot SD800IS) costing just a few bucks more...."

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