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Samsung Digimax A502 digital camera
Digimax A502
at a glance
2560 x 1920
5x digital zoom
1.8" lcd viewer
2 AA batteries
Samsung Digimax A502 review summary
camera date Sep 05  out of production
pixels / class 5.2M  compact digital camera
overall rating not rated overall camera rating  no reviews
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Samsung Digimax A502 specifications
lens / zoom  35mm (dig: 5x)
focus / macro  fixed focus / 1m / 20cm
metering mode  multi, spot
aperture  auto / F3.5 / F7.0
white balance  auto / 5 presets / custom
shutter  auto | manual / 8s - 1/1000s
exposure  +/-2EV in 1/2EV steps
flash / mode  internal - 5 modes / 0.2m - 2.5m
viewfinder  lcd screen
iso ratings  100, 200, 400
image size  2560x1920 / 2048x1536 / 1600x1200 / 1024x768 / 640x480
image format  jpeg (exif 2.2)
image compr.  super fine / fine / normal
lag/cycle times  
remote control  self timer 2s / 10s
video options  avi 640x480 / 320x240 (24, 15fps)
audio options  wav
connectivity  usb 1.1 / video (NTSC / PAL)
storage  16MB internal, SD, MMC
platform  Windows 98/98SE/2000/ME/XP, Mac OS 9.0 ~ 10.3
extra features  PictBridge compatible
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21Aug05 Samsung DIGIMAX A502 press announcement
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The Digimax A502 is a 5 mega-pixel high-resolution digital camera with 5x digital zoom (7x zoom during playback). Its compact, lightweight design makes it easy to carry around as well.  
The camera provides a built-in image editing function, allowing you to edit a variety of images without a PC. You can use the Trimming function to cut an unwanted portion of an image, saving only the part you want. When you are short of memory, you can use the Resizing function to recover memory space by resizing and saving images in a smaller size. You can use the Rotating function to rotate an image in a desired direction and save it. With PictBridge you really can go from picture to print without a PC.

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