Samsung U-CA5 Digimax Sample Images

The 5 mega-pixel Samsung Digimax U-CA5 is quite an old digital camera now. It's a small point and shoot that's not too bad for carrying around and taking some fast, hassle free photos. This camera doesn't have that many settings and features, which can be a good thing for someone who just wants to be able to take some pictures without having one too many settings to mess with, which can be complicated and annoying for some people.

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A Brown Cow. All images Copyright © Still Paused

Anyway, here is two sample images that I took with the Digimax U-CA5 quite a while back that are sitting on a hard drive not being looked at, so I thought they might be of some use to someone who is looking for sample images from this camera.

A close up of a Prickly Chestnut with premature seeds showing

Castanea Sativa (Prickly Chestnut) Seeds looking a little flat and under developed.

You can buy a used Samsung U-CA5 for £10 - £20 in the UK, however, there are so many older digital cameras out there for sale at around the same price used, which offer a lot more value for the money. A few that come to mind, are the Panasonic Lumix TZ1 (excellent old camera - I bought mine for £10 on eBay), Lumix TZ3 (Review), Lumix FZ8 (here) Lumix FZ20 and the Canon Powershot S2 IS Bridge camera (I bought mine for £10).

Think the Cows want their milk back. Time to leave.

There are a lot more out there in this price range from many of the good brands, including Sony, Canon, Panasonic, Pentax and Nikon. Not forgetting Samsung also. I have a Samsung WB500, and that's a great little camera. However, if you can  pick up a U-CA5 for extremely cheap, it's still worth considering. It can take a decent picture.

Martial Law Graffiti UK

With everything that's going on at the moment, everyone's got a lot of time on their hands. I've been going through some of the many Graffiti folders of pictures I've took, and this one caught my eye. It's got that martial law type feel to it with the characters defensive pose, holding his truncheon and all. And those little fly things (like little bombs with wings) can be the drones that now follow people around in some countries (China for sure, did you see the video of the old woman) and tell them to go home if they're not wearing a mask.


Where do we draw the line. At this moment we are under the cosh. Good piece. Pretty sure this was done by MEF. The name at the bottom of the piece is a bit of a giveaway. Location: Bromford, Birmingham UK. Camera: Samsung WB500 - here - previous post - here - previous Graffiti post - here. Until the next time. #stillpaused


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