With the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) just around the corner, Samsung made it to the tech headlines this early with the unveiling of DV300F, its latest DualView (DV) point-and-shoot camera which is fitted with a WiFi connectivity feature for easy sharing of videos and photos.
The digital camera sports 2 viewing panels: a 1.5-inch 61K-dot front screen, a 3-inch 460-dot rear LCD for catching photos, videos and viewing menus. The front-facing LCD screen is ideal for self-portraits in a snap thru a Visual Self Timer and some entertaining animated stuff for the toddlers thru the Child Mode. The WiFi feature allows users to email or upload pictures to social networking and picture and video sharing sites such as Facebook, Picasa, Flicker, Photobucket and YouTube or to a PC thru an Auto PC Backup app.
Cloud services are also tapped for photo sharing and saving with the WiFi feature particularly to Microsoft SkyDrive and Samsung’s AllShare Play. The cam’s form factor has a rounded form and is sleek and seamless in look offering a stylist design and improved image quality. In addition, it is fitted with a 25mm wide-angle 16Mp lens with 5x optical zoom for distant shooting and micro SD card support for storage purposes. Other features include a Magic Frame, Picture-in-Picture Shot, Split Shot, Artistic Brush and the Motion Photo.
Shipping for Samsung DV300F camera is expected to start in March this year with a price tag of $199. Would you like to get one? Let us know in the comments!