Photo of Reinhart One Room School Taken With Samsung WB100 Digital Camera
In need of a new digital camera I spent quite a few hours reading camera reviews. Searching for a digital camera that wouldn't break the bank! A camera with optical zoom that I could use on my antique picking adventures.
Photo of One Room School Builder's Block Taken With Samsung WB100 Digital Camera Using Zoom
I take lots of photos for each of my antique auctions. Many of which are taken under less than great lighting conditions. So a camera that could take decent low light photographs without the necessity of a flash was quite important. Hopefully the chosen camera would have macro capability for those close up shots that are sometimes necessary!
Close Up Photo Taken With Samsung WB100 Digital Camera Using Macro Setting Without Flash
I didn't place much concern on the flash abilities of the cameras I previewed online. Other than that I could easily disable the flash for most of my picture taking.
Photo of Dark Interior of a Michigan Dairy Barn Taken With Samsung WB100 Digital Camera Using Flash
While recording videos on occasion is a great feature. It was not a major concern when making this camera purchase!
Onsite Auction 720p HD Video recorded using Samsung WB100 Digital Camera
Having taken thousands of photos since buying the Samsung WB100 Digital Camera I am quite happy with it. Without a doubt the Samsung WB100 is the best camera that I have owned! However it is certainly not for everyone! The size is larger than what many people would want to carry around for an occasional photo. The camera uses 4 AA batteries which some users consider a negative. While the batteries do add camera weight. I appreciate the ease of charging and interchanging batteries. My only real complaint is that the Samsung WB100 Digital Camera has a noticeable time lag between photos. Certainly not a deal breaker considering the low cost and many other features that the camera does offer!
Please note that full size 4608 x 3456 pixel images of the above photos can be viewed by clicking on each individual photo.
Author: John Reinhart