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The digital media South Korean giant, Samsung has unveiled its latest smart cameras at CES 2013 including the WB250F/WB200F, WB30F, WB800F, ST150F and DV150F. The WB series cameras are typically long-zoom models and have high optical performance combined with style.
The ST series are Style Feature cameras and DV series are dual view cameras. All these series have a better performance optically and comes with improved connectivity of SMART Camera.
Samsung had announced SMART CAMERA 2.0 at CES 2012 and has now evolved with its enhanced Wi-Fi technology and functionalities. The new features of the SMART CAMERA allow the users to shoot and capture their favorite locations instantly and also share images with a simple click.
Samsung has designed the SMART CAMERA focusing on smartphone users as the new interface combines the functions of touch and big screen. This gives the users faster editing technology and uploading options to other devices as well as social networking sites.
The devices experience a simplified connectivity with an upgraded Wi-Fi capability. The option of Autoshare allows the images to be shared and stored to a smartphone simultaneously at the click of a picture. The cameras also incorporate features such as the one to select the best facial expressions and to capture it, known as the Best Face.
It also has Motion Photo Modes and Smart modes to enable users to achieve a standard quality and implement their creativity in any condition. WB250F is available in four colors namely gun metal, white, cobalt black and red. All these cameras are stylish in their own respect and give a good choice to color-specific users.