Samsung has an entirely new Smart Camera portfolio that aims to bridge the gap between smartphones and point-and-shoots. But a Galaxy Camera these are not. But don’t fret. They’re all coming with new technology called Smart Camera 2.0, which makes sharing photos to your favorite social networks as easy as pie.
The lineup includes the WB250F/WB200F, WB800F, WB30F, DV150F and ST150F. Each and every one will come with the kind of functionalities and upgrades with a “One Click, Simply” concept Samsung is attempting to champion. This basically “enables connected devices to seamlessly connect so images can be shared flawlessly in one motion.”
There a new Smart Camera app, too, which allows smartphone users to download the app (Android and iOS) and connect directly with Smart Cameras through Wi-Fi. Additionally, the Smart Camera app introduces new features such as Remote Viewfinder and Mobile Link, and also a new AutoShare tool.
This one is pegged as the flagship. As part of the WB long-zoom series, the WB250F includes 18x optical zoom, 14.2-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor (or CCD for the WB200F model), 24mm lens, touch LCD and a pop-up flash for stopping action or taking wild bar photos.
Another notch to the long-zoom line, this 21x optical zoom and 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor is built for low-light. It’s built with a hybrid interface, Samsung said, so users have more flexibility when controlling the experience. Touch screen? Yep, it’s there.
This is touted as a “mini model,” which could make a nice companion for a first-time owner. The camera includes 10x optical zoom and 24mm, wide angle lens, slim frame (17mm thick) and features like Magic Frame and Live Panorama for “enhanced” photography. Also key: multiple colors, including black, white, red, purple, and pink.
This one is strange because it comes with a 2.7-inch FRONT LCD, and Samsung specifically highlights that fact for self portraits. I’m not sure how many people will use that as a criteria for their future camera buying, but there’s always a consumer out there who fits the mold. The camera itself sports a 16.2-megapixel CCD sensor, F2.5 25mm bright lens and 5x optical zoom, and an aluminum body for solid construction.
This one rounds out the boyband lineup of Smart Cameras, and includes a 16.2-megapixel CCD sensor, F2.5 Bright Lens (5x optical zoom, 25mm), and four different colors for those who are bored with white or black.
The Galaxy S20 Ultra's Space Zoom camera is amazing and a bit creepy
The Galaxy S20 Ultra supports up to 100X zoom, which Samsung calls Space Zoom, but is it any good? Can a phone really product usable photos at 100x zoom? We've got our Galaxy S20 Ultra already so join us to find out!
Win an iPhone, iPad and Apple Watch with the Reader's Choice giveaway!
What's the best phone of 2019? Is it the iPhone 11 Pro, Pixel 4 or OnePlus 7T? What about the best laptop, games console, tablet and more? Vote NOW in the Reader's Choice awards and win BIG in time for the holidays!
Here are the best products from IFA 2019!
Here are the products announced at IFA 2019 that were worthy of our Best of IFA 2019 awards. Also featuring MrMobile's single best product at the show!
Best large format printers for stunning professional-quality prints
Even with similar underlying technology as large format printers, standard desktop printers are not capable of handling large documents. The beauty of large format printers is that they have regular or smaller papers which gives you the freedom to scale up or down when printing. Whether you a seasoned printer looking to size up or a beginner, our list of the best large format printers...