New Samsung Camera Features DualView Screen and Wi-Fi
This time, there’s no need for trial and error method in capturing portrait photos.
Samsung was the first to solve the problem in getting good snapshots of yourself with the introduction of the DualView camera line in 2011. These cameras have rear-facing LCD plus a front-facing LCD screen to check your angle when taking photo of yourself.
Now, Samsung got another DualView camera in tow, the 16-megapixel Samsung DV300F. It is the first ever DualView camera to sport a Wi-Fi feature.
According to Samsung’s press release:
The camera’s built-in Wi-Fi connectivity enables users to email their images or upload them to social media sites including Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and YouTube. In addition, images saved onto the camera’s microSD memory card, can be saved to a home PC without wires, by using the Auto PC Backup function. Cloud services, including Samsung’s AllShare Play and Microsoft SkyDrive, allows users to store and share their precious pictures from anywhere.
The DV300F will hit stores in March for the price of $200.View Article Source »