Samsung have been showing off five new smart cameras and camcorders at this year’s CES. The WB850F, WB150F, ST200F, DV300F and QF20 models come after three earlier Samsung models were revealed at the show.
Of the “WB” range, the WB850F is the most impressive. With a 21x optical zoom, it can send images wirelessly directly from the camera itself to sites like Flickr and Facebook, meaning the days of hooking up a transfer cable would be well and truly gone.
The DV300F is Samsung’s latest dual-screen offering. A social camera that lets you preview those vanity shots you and your mates take on a night out clubbing, it too has sharing features that let you post straight to YouTube and Facebook.
Thinnest of all Samsung’s newly-announced smart cameras is the ST200F. Perfectly pocketable, it has a one-click camera-to-PC back-up button, protecting your valuable shots from being lost should you mislay your SD card. It also supports Microsoft’s Sky Drive if you’re looking to push your snaps to the cloud.
As with most of Samsung’s CES announcements, no word yet on pricing or availability, but we’ll pass the details on once the hit our inboxes.