While Samsung isn’t busy creating new tablets or smartphones, it looks like the company has time to manufacture new digital cameras. It recently announced the launch of the EX2F, the latest model in its growing range of WiFi-enabled SMART CAMERAs. The camera is the successor to the EX1 and is said to deliver super-bright photography with its F1.4 lens (touted as the brightest in any compact camera). The EX2F will also have the ability to share photos over WiFi, eliminating the need for any cables when transferring photographs.
The EX2F also features Full Manual Control for DSLR enthusiasts who like a little more control when it comes to snapping their pictures. It packs a 1/1.7″ 12-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor which is claimed to produce clear, blur-free images when shooting in lowlight situations. 1080/30p Full HD Movie Recording with stereo is also present for those occasions when pictures aren’t enough to tell the story. A 3″ swivel AMOLED display tops off the package nicely, giving you a sweet screen to check out your photographs when you’re on the go.
The Samsung EX2F will retail for $549 and will be available in August.
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