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Samsung L74W Review at Digital Camera Review

Samsung L74 WideDigital Camera Review has a review of the Samsung L74W and writes, "If you really want a touch screen camera, this is one of three models that I can think of (the other two being the Pentax Optio T30 and the Sony Cyber-shot DSC-N2). If you're concerned about image quality (instead of having a touch screen), then there are plenty of other cameras out there that would do a better job. My biggest complaint with the images is that they lack crisp details and look over-processed. The Samsung L74W is built-well, operates as expected, and is easy enough to use, once you get used to a touch-screen. Battery life was not amazing and the camera speed (shutter lag, shot to shot times) was nothing to write home about. Bottom line, if you want a touch screen camera, consider the Samsung L74W. If not, then look elsewhere."

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