Is the world ready for an Android-powered digicam that is just as much smartphone as it is point-and-shoot?
As the pre-eminent photo fair in Cologne winds down, we take a look at some of the hits and misses of this years' show.
Samsung recently unveiled its innovative digital camera/smartphone hybrid, the Galaxy Camera, at this year's IFA. So is it a groundbreaking trendsetter?
Samsung has announced a new digital camera, the Wi-Fi enabled MV900F, the successor to the MV800 that was released in 2011.
Samsung announces the advanced EX2F point-and-shoot today, taking the place of the TL500 with Wi-Fi sharing capability and a bright f/1.4 lens. A swiveling 3.0-inch display and a sturdy magnesium construction are the icing on the EX2F's cake.
Samsung refreshed its NX series earlier this year, the first manufacturer to add WiFi to interchangeable lens cameras. We got an overview of the new products at Samsung's US headquarters and managed to snap a handful of NX20 sample images.
Three new Compact System Cameras join the NX lineup today, each equipped with built-in WiFi sharing capabilities. These cameras offer variations in styling and advanced photo features, staging an appeal to a wide range of shooters.
Samsung announces the availability of the CES-announced WB150F and DV300F compact cameras.
Samsung's newest ultracompact is the MV800, set apart from the competition with a flip-out LCD. The 3.0-inch touchscreen can be tilted, twisted or flipped on top of the camera for easier self-portrait framing.
Samsung's NX series of mirrorless interchangeable lens cameras gets a new member today - the NX200. It boasts a whopping 20.3 megapixels on an APS-C sensor and burst shooting up to 7 fps. We've got some hands-on photos and impressions of the brand new NX200.
Samsung has announced the launch of the WB750, the latest in a line of compact ultrazooms - pocket-sized digital cameras with long zoom lenses.
Samsung introduces the rugged W200 camcorder today, capable of recording 1080 HD video in hostile environments and nasty weather. It will be equipped with a 5 megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor, an f/2.2 lens and underwater recording capability up to 9 feet.
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