While the feature set looks great on paper and the Wi-Fi capabilities work as advertised, the WB150F comes up short in several ways. If it's the photo capabilities you're after, there are other options at this price point that will produce better images at mid ISO. If it's quick sharing and connectivity you're looking for (without much regard for image quality), your phone still does a better job of that. Android users (and iPhone users soon, I'm told) will be able to share photos from the camera without much fuss, but then you're still carrying an extra device. If Wi-Fi is a must-have camera feature, then I would steer you toward the WB150F. If it's great pictures you care most about and connectivity is a take-it-or-leave-it feature, then I would encourage you to look elsewhere.
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