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Samsung SH100 ISO comparison (Cnet)

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Photo quality from the SH100 is good up to and including ISO 400. Like most sub-$200 point-and-shoots, it's not a camera you'd want to use in low-light conditions or indoors without a flash. The photos get spectacularly worse above ISO 400, picking up a lot color noise and losing detail.

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  1. 1. Link:http://news.cnet.com/2300-17938_3-10009486.html?part=rss&subj=news&tag=2547-1_3-0-20ISO comparison1 of 11 from Samsung SH100 sample photosPhoto quality from the SH100 is good up to and including ISO 400. Like most sub-$200 point-and-shoots, its not a camera youd want to use in low-light conditions or indoors without a flash.The photos get spectacularly worse above ISO 400, picking up a lot color noise and losing detail.Actually, noise is a bit of a problem even at its lowest ISO sensitivities when photos are viewed atfull size; if you need to enlarge and heavily crop your photos, I would skip the SH100. However, ifyoure considering this for its online-sharing capabilities and dont typically make large printsabove 8x10s or view them at large sizes on screen, the SH100 is a safe choice for the money.September 20, 2011 6:37 AM PDTPhoto by: Matthew Fitzgerald/CNET| Caption by: Joshua Goldman

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