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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Dec 02, 2009
Best for what? The answer depends entirely on the sort of pictures you intend to take and also the price you want to pay.
The Nikon is a stills camera with some video capability, the Samsung is a video camera with some stills capability. They're completely different.
If you want to take mostly stills, then go for the Nikon. If not then get the Samsung. it's a very poor video camera and an even worse stills camera, but the video quality is far better than on the Nikon. The Nikon is a very capable stills camera and worse than the Samsung for video.
If price is a major factor then the Nikon typically costs £90 and the Samsung is typically £80 (current UK prices).
Posted on May 19, 2010
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