"Samsung WB850F hands-on"
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CNET First Look
CNET First Look
Samsung WB850F hands-on
-- I'm Josh Goldman senior editor with CNET and this is a look at the Samsung WB fifty --
-- -- cameras perks include a 21 X zoom lens that starts an ultra wide angle 23 millimeters.
A brilliant and a three inch amoled display -- back up a speedy sixteen megapixel BS I've seen that sensor for improved low light shots.
Built in GPS and a large number of shooting options including manual and semi manual modes.
And like most of Samsung's cameras for 2012 it has built in Wi-Fi.
And that can be used for many things including direct upload to FaceBook or email and photos or transferring stuff to your Smartphone.
Some of its drawbacks are it's pretty mediocre battery life and makes shooting performance and its interface which while very good.
Can't take some time to learn.
It's also kind of expensive.
Snapshot quality is very good though and the lenses vs tiles so overall it's worth checking out especially if you want your next camera to be connected.
I'm Josh Goldman and that's Samsung WP -- yet.
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