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Samsung NV8, NV15 and NV20

Samsung today announced the addition to its NV series of three new compact cameras.

Cameras in Samsung's NV range now enjoy the enhanced Smart Touch User Interface which needs only a gentle touch on the screen to navigate around its menus and select images to view on the cameras' 2.5in screen.

The processing technology in the latest NV models has also been improved, enabling quicker operation without jeopardising the cameras thin build. Noise reduction capabilities have also been enhanced and Advanced Shake Reduction made faster to 0.7 seconds.

The NV20 is Samsung's first 12Mp compact to implement improved processing technology alongside a 3x optical zoom, shake reduction and red-eye reduction. The Smart Touch interface makes viewing images using the photo gallery function far easier. The NV20 also includes the ability to capture TV quality Mpeg4 VGA 30fps (frames per second) video footage. The Samsung NV20 comes with a multi-charging system and rechargeable battery.

Samsung NV20

Samsung NV20

Another new model in the NV range, the Samsung NV15, is a 10Mp compact with 2.5in wide-view LCD screen that includes similar features to the NV20. The camera also comes with a rechargeable battery and can be charged via USB.

Samsung NV15

Samsung NV15

The final new model in the range, the 8Mp Samsung NV8, features the same shake reduction system and red-eye fix technology along with a 3x optical zoom and 2.5in screen.

Samsung NV8

Samsung NV8

All of the new models in the NV range will be available from September, the NV8 priced at £199, NV15 at £299 and NV20 at £249.

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