Samsung showcased the WB150F camera at CES 2012 and we were impressed with its wireless capabilities. This 14-megapixel camera features an 18x wide zoom lens and a 3in AMOLED display with VGA (640 x 480 pixel) resolution.
The highlight of the camera is its wireless connectivity feature. The camera can automatically backup and upload your clicked photographs to the Samsung AllShare Play cloud service or Microsoft SkyDrive. You can also email the clicked photos right from the camera and share them on social networking sites like Facebook or Picasa and even upload recorded videos directly to YouTube. The camera records video at 720p with 30fps.
The AllShare Play works with all Samsung connected devices like phones, tablets, TVs and more. Good thing about the wireless connectivity feature is that it also supports login feature for connections. You can also use the Samsung Moblie Link app to share the photos. With the login browser, one can log in to wireless networks that require a web login before getting on to the internet. The presence of a Remote Viewfinder app lets you remotely take the pictures using an Android mobile device.
The camera also has a unique Split Shot function that actually divides the display into three seperate sections and allow you to frame a different image in each of them. Once all the frames are captured, it combines a frame. Besides this, the camera also has built-in image editing capability.
The WB150F will be launched in Korea this week and is available in Black, White and Red colours and is expected to retail for 295,000 won (263$).