[CES 2010] Samsung has paid more attention to the world of digital cameras in the past couple of years than before, knowing just how lucrative this market can be if they got it right. Well, while there wasn’t a game changer from the South Korea giant’s stable, they certainly didn’t put a foot wrong either, and have continued their earlier efforts with the SH100 digital camera that boasts built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, letting you share recently snapped photos almost instantaneously over Wi-Fi. To sweeten the deal, Samsung has allowed the SH100 to connect wirelessly to the Galaxy S (a Samsung phone, obviously), letting you view the shot of your choice in real time on the handset itself. If you want to do better, just zoom in and out to find the best image, activate the shutter remotely and you’re good to go – no longer do you need to run between the camera and subject.
Another endearing feature of the Samsung SH100 would be its ability to make back up of your photos automatically to the computer via DLNA or a couple of button presses, where doing so allows you to view your photos and videos immediately as they’re uploaded. High Definition recording is also supported here, so no worries about getting grainy images anymore. This 14.2 megapixel shooter will be available this March for $129.99 if you’re interested.
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