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Samsung ST1000 Digital Camera - Black (12MP, 5x Inner Zoom) 3.5 inch LCD

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  • Dual Image Stabilisation, optical and digital, gives you sharper images without flash in low light conditions
  • GPS for location tagging to locate where the photo was taken
  • WiFi and Bluetooth embedded to instantly share photos with family and friends
  • Face Detection optimises focus and brightness of up to nine faces, for stunning portraits
  • Photo Help Guide: troubleshooting instructions are provided if a problem is encountered during shooting

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 1.9 x 10 x 6.1 cm ; 154 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 481 g
  • Item model number: EC-ST1000BPBGB
  • ASIN: B002JM1GR8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 July 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 276,307 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

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Manufacturer's Description

Stay connected with Bluetooth and Wi-Fi: Samsung’s ST1000 Wi-Fi capability makes it easy for you to share photos with friends and family. Simply type in your friend’s e-mail address—or select it from your camera’s address book—add a message and hit “Send.” That’s it! You can also upload your photos directly to Facebook, Picasa, YouTube and even Samsung’s own website. And with Bluetooth, you can send your photos directly to someone’s mobile phone. Label every photo with its location: Samsung’s ST1000 adds the name of the city where the picture was taken directly to the photo itself. The camera stores the longitude and latitude of your exact location in your images and when you upload your photos from the ST1000 onto Google Earth or Google Maps, photo thumbnails appear in the exact spot you took them, creating you a photo diary for years to come. GPS: Know where you are, and where you’ve been. With ST1000’s GPS, you’ll never forget the names of the places you’ve visited. You can now tag your photos by location and even categorise them by city. So spend less time adding captions to photos and more time enjoying them. Bluetooth 2.0, Enjoy the freedom. Connect with other Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones or portable devices and make the ST1000 the centre of your mobile entertainment. Wi-Fi (DLNA Supported): The freedom to go wherever, whenever. Upload your photos and videos right after you take them with your Samsung ST1000! With the ST1000’s Wi-Fi, you don’t need to wait to get to a computer to keep your friends and family updated.

Box Contains

  • ST1000 black/black digital compact camera
  • Wrist strap
  • Lithium Ion battery
  • User Manual
  • Software CD
  • Warranty
  • AC Adapter
  • USB Cable
  • A/V cable


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    Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
    This camera has to be the camera of 2009! Its loaded with features and has a firm, solid build - but does it live upto its claims?

    This camera has as many good points as it has bad points, unfortunately. One of the few bluetooth cameras currently on the market, it will have instant appeal to the gadget seekers everywhere. However, its here that the problems begin. Firstly this camera will not pair with your computer. Strange but true. It will pair with your mobile phone and some other devices but not with your computer. This defeats the purpose of claiming its bluetooth status, since most computers/laptops have some sort of bluetooth capability.

    Ever onward, we find that the camera can get photos to the internet without the need to connect wires and exchange memory cards. This sounds too good to be true also - and indeed it is. The camera does indeed use your wireless network (broadband router/hub) to connect to the internet and automatically upload to facebook and picasa etc etc. This etcetera does not include Flickr unfortunately. It can also send the photos by email attachment through the same wireless network but it encounters problems if you do not have a googlemail account. But theres a catch. It will only upload 2Mb per picture. Strange but true. I'm not sure why Samsung came to this decision of imposing such a limitation. Certainly to have a 12Mp camera and compress the image (usually 3+mb) down to something more manageable, defeats the purpose again of uploading the images, even in an email.

    Despite all these restrictions, it looks like we're going to have to extract the memory card (which is a microSD by-the-way) and load it into our card readers after all. Strange but true. (You'll be needing a microSD adapter too of course.
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    Colour Name: Silver/Red Verified Purchase
    This camera has to be the camera of 2009! Its loaded with features and has a firm, solid build - but does it live upto its features.

    This camera has as many good points as it has bad points, unfortunately. One of the few bluetooth cameras currently on the market, it will have instant appeal to the gadget seekers everywhere. However, its here that the problems begin. Firstly this camera will not pair with your computer. Strange but true. It will pair with your mobile phone and some other devices but it sort of defeats the purpose of claiming its bluetooth status, since most computers/laptop have some sort of bluetooth capacity.

    Ever onward, we find that the camera can get photos to the internet without the need to connect wires and exchange memory cards. This sounds too good to be true also - and indeed it is. The camera does indeed use your wireless network (broadband router/hub) to connect to the internet and automatically upload to facebook and picasa etc etc. This etcetera does not include Flickr unfortunately. It can also send the photos by email attachment through the same wireless network but it encounters problems if you do not have a googlemail account. But theres a catch. It will only upload 2Mb per picture. Strange but true. I'm not sure why Samsung came to this decision of imposing such a limitation. Certainly to have a 12Mp camera and compress the image (usually 3+mb) down to something more manageable, defeats the purpose again of putting the pictures even in an email.

    Despite all these restrictions, it looks like we're going to have to extract the memory card (which is a microSD by-the-way) and load it into our card readers after all. Strange but true. You'll be needing a microSD adapter too of course.
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    Colour Name: Black Verified Purchase
    Camera takes good pics and is easy to use, especially touch screen. But I bought it for wireless and GPS. Wireless works ok at home and a very few hotspots but not most of them as they require a log in code which the camera doesn't support. So all you really gain is not having to attach cable from camera to computer to download (or use SD card with adaptor) Wireless is pretty fiddly in any event so no quicker or easier. GPS has only worked on a couple of occasions - it takes ages to find satellites by which time camera has usually turned itself off.

    So the two gadgets on the Samsung aren't great - and for great pics the Canon Ixus is hard to beat, or for touch screen as well the Sony Tx1.

    Minor detail - ordered black and gold as black/black wasn't featured but black/black actually arrived which is what I preferred anyway!
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    Colour Name: Black
    I've had the camera for a couple of months and, while I'm generally pleased, the techie bells and whistles I bought it for have some significant drawbacks.

    The GPS is pretty quick, and the locations are picked up by iPhoto on my Mac on import, but the receiver sucks the battery dry, even when the camera is switched off. I was caught out a couple of times with a dead camera before realising that the GPS is still active with the power off.

    The Bluetooth, as pointed out, only connects to other phones, and only transfers tiny images (50kb), which seems bizarre as I can't think of any mobile phone camera that imposes similar restrictions. My old Sony Ericsson K800i lets me browse files on the phone's memory and an external memory stick and transfer them without complaint, so this seems a step backwards.

    The WiFi connection is fine with public hotspots with or without simple passwords - although those that require you to register through a web form won't work, and your home network (as long as it's not 'closed' for security, so that the network name is broadcast). Mine connects happily through a WPA/WPA2 wireless network at home. But, again, I can't see the camera on the network to connect to and download files like I'm able to with any other device on the network that has storage built in. It'll email files (but they're only 2Mpx). It'll connect to upload photos to Facebook or Picassa, but why not Flickr or (given the GPS) Panoramio? Hopefully, they could be resolved by some software or firmware updates.

    And, one of my perennial moans (well to my wife anyway) - why does Samsung and so many other manufacturers insist on putting proprietary, non-standard USB connectors on their equipment? Yet another lead to pack...
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