Expand your range of photo opportunities
12X Optical Zoom, 24mm Wide Angle From up close or far away, preserve the moment exactly how you want to remember it. Capture a spectacular mural that takes up the entire side of a building—or a field of colourful wildflowers that seems to stretch for miles—with the 24mm wide-angle lens. When you can’t get physically closer to your subject, such as a windsurfer sailing across the sea, the 12X optical zoom lets you capture every sharp detail.
Share as fast as you snap
Tag & Go (NFC / Wi-Fi) Tag & Go (NFC / Wi-Fi) features like Photo Beam, AutoShare, Remote Viewfinder and MobileLink let you share images to compatible smartphones right next to you or on the other side of the world. Photo Beam easily sends any photo that you’re viewing to a smartphone instantly. AutoShare saves photos to your smartphone as you shoot and with Remote Viewfinder, you can control your camera with your smartphone. Effortlessly post photos to social networks and store them on the cloud.
The safe and sweet way to capture memories
Soft flash New parents will especially appreciate the WB50F Camera. Slim enough to slip into your packed diaper bag, it's capable of shooting high-quality images you just can’t get with a smartphone. It features Soft Flash so you can take beautiful portraits without fear of harming your baby’s eyes, and it captures clear shots of your child in action, even from a distance, thanks to optical image stabilisation and 12x optical zoom. Snap away, then share your cutest shots with one touch, via Tag & Go.
The easiest way to shoot like a pro
Smart Mode Stop being jealous of the pros with their big cameras, and start taking great shots. Like the perfect trails of light at night on a busy intersection full of red taillights. Or instantly capture a high-speed scene with Action Freeze. A quick tap of Smart Mode and you’re set with various special modes. Just choose the one you want and shoot perfection.
Capture brilliance, not noise
16M CCD Sensor Tiny sensors tend to lead to noisy pictures. The WB50F, however, comes equipped with a 16-megapixel CCD sensor that’s larger—1 / 2.3”, to be exact—than those found in most compact digital cameras. The results are vivid yet natural images, whether you’re shooting in a dimly lit room or outside on a sunny day.
75.0mm (3.0") LCD Screen Its 3.0" (75mm) Intelligent LCD provides for improved contrast and colour reproduction, which allows you to enjoy a wider and clearer image. And its Intelligent LCD brightness automatically detects environmental illumination and adjusts the LCD brightness for optimal image viewing. It does the thinking for you, which makes the WB50F a smart choice.
A palette of artistic filters to express yourself
Photo/Video Filter Just because you can capture reality as you see it doesn’t mean you have to. Samsung’s Smart Filter gives you creative license to produce artistic images. Reignite childlike wonder with the Miniature filter, which can make a cityscape look like a play set. Other effects include Vignetting, Classic, Retro, Cross Filter, and Fish Eye.
It’s easier than ever to be social
Facebook / YouTube / Picasa / DropBox / Email Show off a fabulous selfie with the rest of the world in no time flat. As long as you have a Wi-Fi connection, you can post images and videos directly to Facebook, YouTube, and now Picasa. Tag and add comments, too. You can also upload photos right to your blog, or email them to your family. Feel free to keep shooting, because your SMART CAMERA also comes with 2GB of free Dropbox web storage or 50GB if you have a GALAXY smartphone.
Seamless sharing and play—across all devices
Samsung Link Effortlessly save every moment you’ve captured. Samsung Link instantly and wirelessly streams your photos your PC or favourite web storage service such as DropBox. No more waiting to go home to manually upload images. With one touch, you can show off photos and videos on your Smart TV or send them to any compatible smartphone. Sharing has never been this easy.
See what you are going to get
Live Panorama With Live Panorama, you can capture a seemingly endless procession of gondolas gliding past a magnificent Venetian palace with an astounding 180° panoramic image. And you can preview the image on the LCD before you even snap it. Just hold the shutter button, sweep across the scene and see what you’re going to get before you get it.
The easy way to capture perfection
Smart Auto Turn fleeting moments into memories with professional-style results. The Samsung SMART CAMERA’s Smart Auto automatically analyses the shooting environment and then chooses the appropriate scene mode for the best possible results. Smart Auto analyses key elements in the composition and automatically adjusts its various modes to capture the best shot.
- CCD Type
- 1/2.3(Approx. 7.76mm) Sensor Size
- 75.0mm(3.0") Size
- 460K dots Resolution
Rated 4 out of 5 by pac48 from Great little camera, but NFC is no longer of any use... It is a great camera to carry around and for day to day use. I specifically like the soft flash when taking pictures of small children. The focusing is not always fast, but it does work and the camera produces decent photos. My biggest complaint is that the NFC feature is no longer of any use, since Samsung stopped updating the firmware of the camera, and the photos can no longer be downloaded into a smartphone with android 6, or at least it stopped working when pairing with my Note 4 after a certain update. I used this feature a lot.... And the "Samsung smart camera app" has not been updated for over 1.5 years now, maybe there is a problem too (?!).
Date published: 2017-04-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by jaen from Please upgrade FW! Please upgrade FW! so that it can support dropbox or picassa, otherwise your product does not comply with its own specification!
Date published: 2016-03-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by angietennant from Easy to use with great results Bought this to go on my first Cruise. Was perfect for the job. Small and easy to carry around with beautiful clear pictures
Date published: 2015-06-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by ag85 from very poor quality of pictures I'm very disappointed with the quality of pictures. Technical support advised to restart the camera. Unfortunately, it did not help at all. I had to buy a new camera to have decent pictures from my holidays! Not recommend.
Date published: 2015-06-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by jaen from Wireless weakness functionality I'm very, very, very disappointed with this camera. We've bought WB50F as one camera for team of 20 people who need to share pictures at work. So according samsung's description the camera should support dropbox, picassa, email, facebook (behind NFC)... Dropbox is ideal for sharing pictures within a group, but it simply doesn't work... Picassa doesn't work either. The only working wifi service is email but the camera reduces size of the pictures!!! so for us it's useless. Neither FW upgrade helped to solve the problem. I'm very, very, very disappointed... don't buy it.
Date published: 2015-05-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by antoninag from Very poor quality of pictures The pictures are sharp only in the central area. There are too bright or too dark.The colors are distorted. I tried different settings, restarting to manufacturer's settings and nothing helped. I do not recommend this camera to anyone.It is much worse than my old digital camera from another manufacturer. I would expect something better than this! No Samsung again and I don't recommend it to anyone.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by Speedy from Not happy with speed of photo processing I love all the features but one. This camera is slower than the old one mega pixel camera. When you take a picture the screen goes black. The camera then shows the word "processing". Three to five seconds later you can see your photo. In the meantime you have missed many other photographic moments. If I can't find a way to speed this slow poke up, it is going back!
Date published: 2015-05-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by Aunt Tee TEE from Easy to handle Very easy to use, simple operations . auto focus and anti shake make taken photos simple.
Date published: 2014-08-27