[CES 2013] Since we are at CES, you know that Samsung is going to wade knee deep into the world of TVs and another market that they have taken a liking to – digital cameras. This time around, it would be the new flagship Samsung shooter under the WB long-zoom series that will come under scrutiny, with the WB250F leading the way (and the WB200F in tow, of course), where it is touted to deliver outstanding optical performance thanks to its 14.2-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor (the WB200F comes with a CCD sensor instead) and 24m lens alongside 18x optical zoom.
Sporting a classic looking design, it will feature a hybrid touch interface on the touch LCD display and 5-way navigational keys, so that you can adjust the controls accordingly. A full manual model option would definitely make photographers who want to have complete control over the camera’s settings more than happy. It will stash all captured photos and videos via its SD memory card slot (up to 64GB). Out later in this quarter, the Samsung WB250F will retail for $250 a pop, coming in black, white, red or gun metal shades.
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