6.0 Megapixels 3x optical zoom 2.5 TFT colour LCD ASR (Advanced Shake Reduction) Ergonomic Grip for Steady Shooting
Memory Card Support: MultiMediaCard (MMC), Secure Digital (SD) Card, Secure Digital High Capacity (SDHC) Card
LCD Screen Size: 2.5 in
Camera Type: Compact Camera
Image Stabilization: Optical
Optical Zoom: 3~
Product Title: Samsung S630 6 Megapixel Compact Camera - Silver
Power Score: 3.2 | 19 Reviews
Image Sensor: CCD
Total Pixels: 6100000
Maximum Video Capture Resolution: 640 x 480
Flash: Auto Flash, Flash ON, Flash OFF, Red-eye Reduction
Interface Connection: 1 x USB, 1 x Audio/Video Out, 1 x DC Power In
Optical Zoom: 3 X
Digital Zoom: 5x
Max Aperture: 2.8 1/f
Installed Memory: 20 MB
Height: 2.5 in
Width: 3.9 in
Depth: 1.0 in
Weight: 4.80 oz
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited
URL: Manufacturer Link
General Features: Photo Date/Time Stamping, Pictbridge Support, Self Timer, Voice Memo Recorder
Image Format: EXIF 2.2, DPOF 1.1, JPEG
Included Components: Cables - USB
Max Focal Length: 17.4 mm
Max Horizontal Image Resolution: 2816 pixels
Max Vertical Image Resolution: 2112 pixels
Max Zoom: 12 X
Min Aperture: 12.4 1/f
Min Focal Length: 5.8 mm
Min Focus Distance: 80 cm
Power Source: (2) AA Battery, Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH) Battery, Rechargeable Battery, DC Input
Maximum Shutter Speed: 1/1500 sec.
Minimum Shutter Speed: 1 Seconds
Bulb Setting: No
Exposure Settings: Auto Exposure, Multiple Exposure
Focus Features: Auto Focus
Maximum Frame Rate: 30 frames/s (fps)
Video Capture Format: AVI, MPEG
Image Sensor Quantity: 1
Image Sensor Size: 0.4 in
ISO Equivalencies: 100, 200, 400, 80
Metering Characteristics: Multi-Segment, Spot
Number of Resolution Modes: 6
White Balance: Auto, Preset Modes
Product Reviews (11)
Strengths: Its a Camera
Weakness: Pretty much Everything
Terrible image resolution. There is no battery life, the camera takes maybe 40 pics and the batteries are dead. Only us rechargeable batteries otherwise it will cost a fortune to use. Shutter speed is slow, and the focal length is odd. If you are physically five feet from something it appears you are ten feet away. Nothing more than a childs point and shoot beginner camera.
By anonymous; - Mar 27, 2011
Camera will Fail on YOU!
Strengths: Cheaply Made
Weakness: Will Have Card Lock error!
This camera is cheaply made, over priced, and will eventually have a card locked message. This message will come up no matter what you do, even trying different cards with no lock on them.
By anonymous; - Mar 25, 2009
S630 Silver Digital Camera
Strengths: Picture quality, size
Weakness: Battery life, feels cheap
For the price this can't be beat, but like others have said battery life is what gives this 3 stars. This was a present to my nephew which i also included an Eneloop battery pack and he was taking pictures right away. Easy to learn, small body and light makes this perfect for anyone starting out with their first digital camera. If you can find it under 100 don't hesitate to buy.
By GO BLUE - Aug 4, 2008
Some usesful Tips for this Camera users
Strengths: Cheap & Best
Weakness: Shutter is slow
I found this cheap camera is shooting high quality pictures & very easy to use. I have an expensive digital camera of another brand (better not to mention the name) and it is very difficult to use. Someone complained that the pictures are blur. Even I had the same problem because I pressed so many wrong settings. To correct it, I read the manual, went to Setting2, and selected RESET, I got my...
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I found this cheap camera is shooting high quality pictures & very easy to use. I have an expensive digital camera of another brand (better not to mention the name) and it is very difficult to use.
Someone complained that the pictures are blur. Even I had the same problem because I pressed so many wrong settings. To correct it, I read the manual, went to Setting2, and selected RESET, I got my camera back to excellent condition.
Someone has problem with battery. Use Rechargeable batteries. Pls note that there are different capacities like 2000, 2500 etc. This camera needs 2500. Use a good charger, and you get a lot of shots. NiMH type is good.
Take care to inform this camera which type of battery you use. There is a menu called BATTERY. Select the type of battery you use, ie Alkaline or Rechargeble and the camera knows the type. If you use one type of battery and the camera doesn't know it, perhaps there could be a problem.
One thing I loved in this camera is to view the stored pictures on LCD, without pressing the Power ON button. In my previous camera, I had to press the Power ON button to see the playback. The disadvantage was the lens zooms out. There are lot of occasions when you need to only see the already taken pictures, or show to someone. Zooming out the lens unnecessarily wears it out, drains the battery. So this camera avoids this and prolongs battery life by showing/editing the display without making on the Camera lens.
I would prefer to retain this camera and dispose the other brand.
By anonymous; - May 26, 2008
Strengths: Price, compact, easy to use
Weakness: Battery life, Shutter speed
This camera does score better than others with this sub-$100 price range. Although it does not have whole lot of features as those in a higher price range, it is basic enough for day-to-day use or give it to a young teen. The camera size is compact that can put into your pocket. You do not need to read the manual to start using the camera. The picture quality is above average. However, it seems...
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This camera does score better than others with this sub-$100 price range. Although it does not have whole lot of features as those in a higher price range, it is basic enough for day-to-day use or give it to a young teen. The camera size is compact that can put into your pocket. You do not need to read the manual to start using the camera. The picture quality is above average. However, it seems to me that the shutter takes a little bit longer to capture the picture than others. The battery life on this camera is not desireable. Make sure you always keep some extra rechargeable batteries with you.
By sssxyz - Feb 21, 2008