Samsung WB350F

  |   by DigitalCameraReview Staff

At first glance the 16 megapixel WB350F looks (and handles) like a typical point-and-shoot digital camera, but hidden under that mild mannered exterior is a much more competent imaging device. The WB350F’s finish includes dust and moisture seals, as well as a nice looking leatherette appearance. In addition (and unlike its simpler siblings) the WB350F permits lots of individual input into the image making process via an enhanced feature set, plenty of creative flexibility, and the option to manually control exposure. The Samsung WB350F is available in White, Black, Brown, Red or Blue and priced at $300.00, but widely available for $249.00.

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  • Pros

    • Fast maximum aperture
    • 21x zoom
    • Very good image quality for the beginner photographer
  • Cons

    • LCD is prone to glare
    • No RAW mode
    • Image noise increases exponentially at sensitivities higher than ISO 400 (indoor shots in low light conditions will appear grainier)

Quick Take

The Samsung WB is a great little camera for new photographers or ones looking to step up from a smartphone. It has good functionality as well as Wi-Fi and NFC.

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