Samsung says its ‘One Click, Simplify’ concept “enables connected devices to seamlessly connect” for image sharing, “revolutionizing the connected camera experience.” The AutoShare on its new cameras sends full-resolution images to a paired smartphone as they are shot.
The Smart Camera app also provides remote viewfinder and mobile link functions.
There are two new long-zoom models:
• The WB250F combines an 18x zoom with a 14-megapixel sensor and 3-inch touchscreen. It has a full manual mode, and is $250.
• The WB800F has a 21x zoom, 16-megapixel sensor, and a touchscreen for $300.
Also: The DV150F adds a 2.7-inch LCD on its front for “DualView” self-portrait taking. It has a 5x zoom, and is $150.
The WB30F is a ‘mini model,’ the company says, with a 10x zoom in 17mm-thick body, for $180.