Samsung F90 Black Camcorder
Samsung isn’t really known for video cameras, but their budget entry F90 is nothing to dismiss. While the F90 tops out at 720p instead of the near standard 1080p, you do get a Schneider 52x optical zoom lens allowing you to capture far away objects with relative ease. The video looks pretty standard and the image stabilization is pretty good.
The F90 has a built-in editing mode where you can piece together multiple clips and add Smart Background Music with a few taps. When you’re done editing, you can share your video with a One Touch button. With no wireless capabilities though, the camera uploads the files as soon as it’s plugged into a computer a USB cable.
When sharing, the 720p does have provide some benefits as it produces smaller file sizes making the uploading process much quicker. Time lapse is actually a surprising feature to find on this camera, and good feature to find on a budget consumer camera. For a product a little over $100, this budget camcorder provides basic features with a few special additions making it perfect for anyone who values a user-friendly interface.