Summary Samsung WB2000

Prices Price
Camera only
Score Snapsort rank
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Specifications Key specs
Help 5x
Screen size
Help 3"
Help f/2.4
Screen resolution
Help 920k dots
Wide angle
Help 24 mm
Movie format
Help 1080p @ 30fps
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Also known as: Samsung TL350

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Samsung WB2000 Full HD Movie Sample #4 (Night)
  • 1080p Full HD
  • Sample video
Samsung WB2000 High Speed Sample (1000fps) Butterfly fly
  • Slow motion
  • Sample video


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The Samsung WB2000 vs other recent compacts

Aperture Very wide aperture Help
Wide angle Great wide angle lens Help
24 mm
Size Quite small Help
Compact (100×59×22 mm)
Screen type OLED Screen Help
Bright and vivid
Built-in flash Built-in flash Help
Usually standard
Screen size Above average sized screen Help
Image stabilization Image stabilization Help
  1. Lens
Thickness Thin Help


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The Samsung WB2000 vs other recent compacts

Zoom Below average zoom Help
Light sensitivity Very poor maximum light sensitivity Help
3,200 ISO
Screen flips out Fixed screen Help
Less flexible
Viewfinder Can only preview photos on the screen Help
Continuous shooting Slow continuous shooting Help
10 fps
Touch screen No touch screen Help
More buttons
Announced Old Help
February 2010
Popularity Not so popular Help
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Samsung WB2000

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billydon (1:07 PM, February 16, 2012)
I have owned the camera for about 6 months and am delighted with the camera's performance.
Being a keen amateur of mature years, I have owned many cameras. Many have given satisfaction,
particularly Canon film SLRs. I joined the 'digital revolution' some years ago and have owned many.
Stand out ones (compact) Canon S710 IS and Fuji F70EXR. I had a Pentax K-x DSLR which I found
to be heavy and not a great handling camera (although capable of excellent results). I changed this
for a Samsung NX10 which I like. However I wanted a camera to back-up and carry around easily, so
I bought the WB2000 (which I was familiar with through many reviews). Ilove the camera - superb lens,
excellent videos and overall great performance. On the downside, the battery life is poor (I keep a
couple of spares) and the UI can be a bit tricky to come to grips with. However, if you can pick one
up at a decent price, you're unlikely to be disappointed. The Canon S100 is very similar but costs
quite a bit more.
Guest (8:00 PM, August 04, 2011)
love this camera! just order it!
though i have a query ...whats hapenning with the aperture? some sites it mention as 2.8...
but officialy in Samsungs page its 2.4.... :P
Guest (1:42 PM, May 24, 2011)
any results?
Avatar for Snapsort Snapsort (0:21 AM, April 08, 2011)
Thanks for letting us know, we'll double check that and update the specs.
Foo (10:50 PM, April 07, 2011)
It cannot take any 60fps video at all. Samsung simply lied about this when announcing the camera as well as on the product web pages; the manual shows all those modes as 30fps, and when contacted, Samsung refer to the manual. They have neglected to correct the product pages.