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Samsung WB250F

Samsung WB250F

Samsung WB250F

Samsung WB250F

Samsung WB250F

Samsung WB800F

Samsung WB800F

Samsung WB800F

Samsung WB30F

Samsung WB30F

Samsung WB30F

Samsung WB30F

DV150F and ST150F

DV150F and ST150F

LAS VEGAS--Last week's announcement of the NX300 interchangeable lens camera gave us a look at what wireless features would be coming to Samsung's other Wi-Fi cameras. Those include wrapping its multiple apps for iOS and Android into a single app for each OS and an AutoShare option, letting you take a picture, then automatically send it wirelessly and save it straight to a smartphone.

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The flagship point-and-shoot Smart Camera model is the WB250F, featuring an 18x, f3.2-5.8, 24mm-432mm lens, a 14-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, and a 3-inch touch screen. (A less expensive CCD-sensor version will also be available as the WB200F.)

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Like the NX300, the camera can be controlled either with the touch screen or via five-way navigational buttons. It also has a Direct Link button to which users can assign a sharing function, so, for example, you can quickly upload a photo or e-mail it without entering into the camera's sharing options first.

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The camera can be controlled using the touch screen or the five-button control pad.
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It's not exactly slim, but it's still plenty compact despite the wide, long lens.
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The WB800F is Samsung's 21x compact megazoom with a 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor for better low-light shots.
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It, too, has a hybrid interface allowing you to use the touch screen or physical buttons to control the camera.
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It has the same 21x, f2.8-5.9, 23mm-483mm lens as the Galaxy Camera.
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Also joining the lineup for 2013 is the 10x zoom ultracompact WB30F.
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Despite its 10x 24mm zoom lens, the camera is 0.7 inch thick.
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No touch screen on this model.
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Also, unlike the WB250F and WB800F, the WB30F uses a 16-megapixel CCD sensor, which will likely put its performance and low-light photo quality behind the BSI CMOS models.
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Rounding out the Smart Camera 2.0 lineup are the DV150F and ST150F. The first is one of Samsung's DualView cameras (a 2.7-inch LCD in back and a 1.5-inch one in front) with a 5x zoom lens, while the latter is the same camera, but with just a 3-inch LCD on back. Both use a 16-megapixel CCD sensor.

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From the back. No pricing or availability was announced for any of the new point-and-shoot models.
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