Samsung EX2F Digital Camera Review$499.00
Video clips are free of trailing, however we noticed moderate compression artifacting, as well as a general lack of smoothness that's hard to avoid when shooting 30 frames per second. For the most part, frequency interference is not a problem, and only manifests as small jaggies against moving edges. More on how CamcorderInfo tests motion.
The EX2F's sharpness results are marred by extremely distracting moire patterns that show up every time the camera records fine repeating detail. The effect is highly noticeable, but if you can look past it, you'll find a sharp video camera underneath. The EX2F is capable of resolving 675 lw/ph horizontally and 650 vertically. More on how CamcorderInfo tests video sharpness.
Under low light (60 lux), the camera's sharpness performance barely drops off at all, coming in at 650 lw/ph both vertically and horizontally. The reason why this happens is a matter of low light sensitivity....
Low Light Sensitivity
The EX2F is highly sensitive during low light video, and this is clearly by virtue of its wide aperture, which lets in far more light than the average compact camera. In fact, this model requires only 5 lux of ambient illumination to gather 50 IRE of image data, a figure that's on par with some of the best camcorders on the market.