Samsung announces DV300F digital camera

Samsung Electronics has added a new device to its DualView line of digital cameras. The new device is called DV300F and comes with Wi-Fi and Visual Self Timer.

The new DV300F camera arrives with an impressive 16-megapixel sensor, 5x optical zoom and 25 mm wide angle lens. There’s also a 1.5-inch front facing LCD screen that eases operation if you want to take a picture of yourself and there’s no one to do it for you.

Samsung has also added several new modes to the camera. For people with children there’s the Child Mode. Motion Photo allows you to stop time around someone who is moving so that you can capture the movement while everything else around seems frozen.

Samsung DV300F

The Wi-Fi support allows the user to easily upload pics to the Internet or e-mail them to someone. At the same time users can download wirelessly files from laptops or desktop computers and the information gets saved directly to the microSD card inside.

The DV300F digital camera also provides Samsung AllShare Play and Microsoft SkyDrive which means you can make your photos accessible from anywhere.


Source: Gizmocrave

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