I’m sure you’ve probably experienced taking a photo with your camera of something cool and immediately want to share it on your Facebook. The problem is, you don’t have a PC or laptop or if you do, you don’t have a way to transfer your photos into it. Well, Samsung has a solution for that.
The Samsung SH100 is a WiFi-enabled digital camera which is going to be handy if you have a way to share your wireless connection with you or have a wireless network at home. Imagine not having to remove your card or connect a USB cable just to transfer your photos? You can simply connect to your machine via WiFi and transfer your photos wirelessly. Or if you’re out somewhere and want to upload photos or videos that you took immediately, just find a WiFi connection and you can use the SH100 to upload to Facebook and YouTube.
You would probably say that most cameras can do that already but can your phone really take decent-quality photos? It probably can’t, well not the same quality as that of a dedicated digital camera with a larger sensor anyway.
Another cool feature this camera has is its remote shutter and remote viewfinder. With your Samsung Galaxy phone or tablet, you can position the camera from a distance then use your phone to see what the camera is seeing, then also use it to tell the camera to take the shot. Now how cool is that? Gone are the days of framing a group shot only to see that another person was cut off and do another take.
Outside that WiFi feature, the Samsung SH100 is a basic 14.2 megapixel camera that can do 5x optical zoom on its 26mm wide-angle lens. Nothing fancy with the lens or sensor but it has a digital image stabilization and can do 720p HD video recording. At the back you’ll see a 3-inch LCD touch display by the way and you’ll get all of these for just Php10,990.
Hmm”¦ what do you think?
|Samsung SH100 Specs:|
|14.2 megapixels, 26 – 130mm Samsung lens (5x zoom)|
|1/2.33″³ (Approx. 7.76mm) CCD|
|3″ touchscreen LCD display (230k dots)|
|1/2.33" (Approx. 7.76cm) CCD|
|HD 1280×720 @ 30fps|
|DIS (Digital Image Stabilization)|
|IEEE 802.11 b/g/n|
|Web upload (Facebook, Picasa, YouTube)|
|Out-focus object highlight|
|Colors: red, silver, and black|