Samsung’s latest cameras can see through fog

I would not even mention the latest release of Samsung point and shoot cameras here, but one line caught my eye on AmateurPhotographer website: "Samsung invents cameras to cut through fog":

The ST60 and ST70 (pictured) also feature digital effects such as DeFog Clear/Fog Lifting which, the firm claims, 'cuts through the haze to take clear photos'.

That's right, Samsung found a way to bring something new in this otherwise boring batch of compact cameras (they have different model names in the US: TL105 and TL110).

FYI, Samsung's CEO is aiming for a 15% compact cameras market share (source).

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  • Marcus

    If it’s just increasing the contrast then it’s hardly new, nor newsworthy.

  • WoutK89

    Will it be able to make cloudless sky photos on an overcast day too? 😛

  • NikoDoby

    Sony use to make cameras that could see through womens clothing. I wonder why they never but that on the press release? 🙂

    • WoutK89

      My camera can do the same with an SB600 on top 😀

  • Lolly

    A camera that de-myst-ifies … finally !

  • Michal

    What about a camera that can see through marketing BS?

    • mochapaulo

      Samsung herself is already blind. She just can’t see through the market and miss the fact that Casio Exilim EX-H10 already has this function! Jesus….

  • Sky

    Hm… and what for this camera has different name in US anyway? Seriously… cameras named TL sell better in US than those named ST? rotfl! We live in globalisation century, but I guess both Samsung and Canon haven’t figure it out yet.

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