My Photo Adventure with Samsung’s SH100

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Every so often we here at Unreality are offered an ad campaign that’s a few steps above you looking at a simple banner ad on the side of the site.

This time around we were approached by Samsung, and they asked  if I would like to be a part of their “coast to coast” photoshoot where they travel across the country taking pictures with their new camera, the SH100.

I said, sure, why not, and I received the camera in the mail. At 14 megapixels the thing’s kind of a beast for a casual camera, and the touchscreen and HD video and endless amount of cool filters make it the best camera I’ve ever owned, that’s for sure. And they didn’t even pay me to say that!

Anyway, I thought I’d share with you a few of the better pictures I was able to take in my hometown of Ann Arbor. They swiped a few of my best ones for their Facebook campaign which you can see here. That’s my superpowered GF above, and the rest of the pics feature me and a few of my friends. You can click on any to blow them up, but know that I had to knock down the size on some because the resolution was actually TOO high to be able to upload to WordPress.

More pics below:

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  1. Yeah I did, you can email or FB pictures directly from the camera, which is pretty cool. Only catch is you obviously have to be in Wifi range, which if you’re out and about, often isn’t the case, so when you’d ideally want to use that feature, sometimes you can’t. If you’re on your Wifi network at your place, you might as well just plug the camera into a comp. It is nice it has that functionality though.

    I took a bunch more pics, but I didn’t want to go overboard with a giant gallery. These are just the highlights.

  2. Debate of the day: who would win in a fight – a Dilophosaurus or a lion!! J/k (kind of). Kudos to you guys for getting recognized as an advertising opportunity for a big company like Samsung!

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