Samsung TL225 Digital Camera Review$349.99
A lot of features for playing back photos and videos are included with this camera. There are three viewing modes on offer (shown below), plus an extensive number of slideshow features with built-in music and transitions. The music and transitions are a little cliched (with the music sounding like the stuff you get on 3am infomercials), but it certainly helps to pep up a slideshow.
A surprisingly good set of image editing features are also present in this camera. You can rotate, crop and resize photos, and also tweak brightness, contrast and color. Any of the photo styles can also be applied, and several special effects are also offered: you can add snow to a photo, add noise or highlight a face (which blurs everything but the face itself). And if you accidentally take a photo of an ex boy or girlfriend, there's a mosaic feature that reduces a face to a pixelated blur. Most of these effects aren't that useful (although there's a certain thrill to blurring out faces in a crowd), but it is good to have a number of controls for tweaking color and brightness.
Direct Print Options
The TL225 supports the usual DPOF and PictBridge standards, so you can flag photos on the memory card for printing or connect the camera directly to a PictBridge printer.