Caution Level: Intermediate
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Operating System: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.1 / 12 Apr 2008
The Samsung Digimax 202 has slightly different cosmetic styling compared to other Samsung Digimax range cameras. The Digimax 202 camera features a 1/2'' 2.0 mega pixel effective CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) sensor, fixed-focus 9.0mm lens, 1.6'' LCD display, five-mode flash, Secure Digital / Multi-media card storage, 6MB of internal memory, USB 1.1 and DC input connectivity and power from 2 AA batteries or Samsung's new I-Pack battery. The Digimax 301 camera replaces the image sensor with a 1/2.7'' 3.2 mega pixel CCD sensor, and the lens with a 33mm-equivalent fixed focus lens. Other changes compared to the 202 are that the internal memory has been upgraded to 16MB, and NTSC / PAL video output has been added.
Unless you update your drivers regularly you may face hardware performance issues.
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The Samsung Digimax 202 is the most aggressively priced model within the rapidly expanding Digimax range, and was designed to virtually eliminate all remaining barriers of entry to the digital-imaging world. It is a 2.0 mega pixel digital camera with 2x digital zoom, the 202 features multiple flash modes including Auto, Fill-in flash, Flash off and Auto & Red-eye reduction, slow sync. The Samsung Digimax 202 has a host of white balance settings, such as Auto, Daylight, Sunset, Cloudy, Fluorescent, Tungsten and Custom. Unlike many 2 mega pixel cameras, the 202 is also capable of capturing both still images and video, further adding to the immense value it offers for the money. Like the other models in the entry level Digimax range, the 202 is compatible with eight different power sources, ensuring that users will always be able to get the shots they want. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Samsung Digimax 202 Driver errors before installing any driver updates.