A versatile lens for any situation
The WB150F features a 24 mm wide angle lens, allowing you to get wider shots at close range with incredible detail. It also boasts an incredible 18x zoom Schneider-KREUZNACH lens, making capturing distant subjects in perfect detail easier than ever.
Share your moments wirelessly
With built-in Wi-Fi capability, you can share any special or exciting moment on the move. Send photos by uploading to Facebook™, Picasa™, Photobucket™ or email directly from the camera. You can also upload videos to YouTube™ then sit back to wait for the raves. Samsung Mobile Link allows you to send your images directly to your smartphone or tablet. You can also save the images to your PC by just one click with Auto Backup. No more searching for the cable, it's that easy.
Capture every peak of the mountain range
With the live panorama feature, you can capture the entire shot without stepping back. It lets you see the fi nal image in advance, so you know you're getting the picture that you want.
- 1/2.3″ (Approx. 7.76 mm) CCD
- Approx. 14.2 Mega pixels
- Approx. 16.4 Mega pixels
- Optical Image Stabilization
- Manual Focus
- Normal: 80 cm ~ Infinity (Wide), 350 cm ~ Infinity (Tele)
Macro: 5 cm ~ 80 cm (Wide), 180 cm ~ 350 cm (Tele)
Auto Macro: 5 cm ~ Infinity (Wide), 180 cm ~ Infinity (Tele)
Manual: 5 cm ~ Infinity (Wide), 180 cm ~ Infinity (Tele)
- Program AE, Aperture Priority AE, Shutter Priority AE, Manual Exposure
- Multi, Spot, Center-weighted, Face Detection AE
- ± 2 EV (1/3 EV steps)
- Auto, 80, 100, 200, 400, 800, 1600, 3200
Samsung WB150F (Black)
While camera manufacturers like Sony, Panasonic, and Canon are dabbling in Wi-Fi cameras, Samsung's really invested in the concept for 2012, offering four cameras with a big helping of wireless functionality. Included in those models is the WB150F...
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