Samsung announces a batch of sharing-focused SMART cameras, including a dual-grip beast with 60x zoom

18 Jan


They don’t run Android, and we’re not sure if they even run Tizen OS, but a lineup of new smart cameras at CES represents Sammy’s best efforts to elevate point-and-shoots to a higher state of technological being. (Hopefully before the entire genre of the “cheap camera” is wiped out by smartphones.) We’re still lacking exact pricing and availability, alas, but the model numbers and specs hint at the essential hierarchy, starting with the huge WB2200F bridge camera with 60x zoom and going all the way down to the tiny WB35F with a 12x zoom. All the cameras come with WiFi and NFC for quick pairing to a smartphone or tablet; all deliver 16MP images as a bare minimum; and we’ll take a moment to cover each one in a little more detail after the break. by engadget

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Posted by on 18/01/2014 in IT


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