Samsung MV800 touches down in the Indian market

We had talked about the Samsung MV800 when the IFA 2011 took place in early September. The ability to move the screen around was pretty nifty. The camera has now been officially launched in India. A quick recap of some of its features - the MV800 uses a 16.1 MP sensor and has a 5x optical zoom lens. The 3-inch display at the back supports touch so you don’t have to depend on physical controls. The camera gives its users a bunch of filters and effects to play around with. The touch screen controls means that users can also play around with features such as Funny Face that let you warp photos of subjects by simply moving the finger on the image.

The MV800 sports a touch sensitive screen

The MV800 sports a touch sensitive screen


Specifications of the Samsung MV800
Sensor: 16.15 MP CCD sensor
Focal length: 4.7 - 23.5mm
Shutter speed range - 1/2000 to 8 seconds
Aperture range - F3.3 - F5.9
Face detection supported
Stereo microphone integrated
Dimensions: 3.62 x 2.21 x 0.72 inches

The MV800 has been launched along with a bunch of other cameras with prices starting at Rs. 5,490. The MV800 specifically will sell at Rs. 15,990.

Published Date: Oct 21, 2011 10:11 am | Updated Date: Oct 21, 2011 10:11 am