Samsung PL120 Digital Camera Review
Front-facing secondary LCDs are usually geared to the most casual users, but the PL120's test results say otherwise.
The Samsung PL120 is a competitively priced point-and-shoot distinguished by its front-facing LCD for framing self-portraits. None of this camera's test scores stood out, but consistent numbers across the board make it a fantastic value for casual shooters.
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