Be transported: 35x telephoto zoom captures what the eye can’t see
35x Super Long Zoom
What if you could be anywhere you wished to go? Now you can be there when the winning goal hits the back of the net. Or get a front-row view of the school play—from any seat in the house. The Samsung CAMERA WB2100’s 35x optical zoom telephoto lens delivers crisp detail and sharp focus every time, putting you in the middle of the action no matter where it’s happening.
Capture brilliance in low-light settings
16M BSI CMOS sensor
Trust your equipment and shoot with confidence. The super-fast, super-sensitive 16-megapixel BSI (back side–illuminated) CMOS sensor needs less light for proper exposure and quicker focus than conventional sensors. So even if a moment happens in a heartbeat, or is lit only by the reflected glow of the moon, with the Samsung CAMERA WB2100, your photos will be sure to match your memories.
- BSI CMOS Image Sensor
- Effective Pixel: Approx 16.38MP
- Total Pixel: Approx 16.79MP
- OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation)
- Contrast AF
- Normal: 80cm-Infinity (Wide) / 150cm-Infinity (Tele), Macro: 10-80cm (Wide) / 150-350cm (Tele), Auto Macro: 1cm-Infinity (Wide) / 150cm-Infinity (Tele), Super Macro: 1cm (Wide)
- Programme AE
- Metering: Centre Weighted / Multi / Spot / Face Detection AE
- Compensation: ±2EV (1/3EV Step)
- Auto / 100 / 200 / 400 / 800 / 1600 / 3200 / 6400 (1EV Step) , Auto ISO Upper Level is Selectable (Up to ISO 6400)
- Samsung Lens f=4.5-157.5mm (35mm Film Equivalent: 25-875mm)
- F No.: 3 (W)~5.9 (T)
- 35x Optical Zoom Lens
- Still Image Mode: 1-2x, Play Mode: 1-14.4x (Depends on Image Size / Size (Min) is 1024 x 768)
- TFT LCD Type
- 3" Size
- 3" (75mm) 460000 Display
- Auto: 1/8-1/2000sec / Programme: 1-1/2000sec, Night: 8-1/2000sec
- Auto / Auto + Red-Eye Reduction / Fill-In / Slow sync / Off / Auto + Red-Eye Fix
- Wide: 80cm-6m, Tele: 1.5-3m (ISO Auto) Range
Point & Shoot or Interchangeable Lens?
Which camera fits you? Choosing the right camera depends on a number of factors, like where you’ll be shooting and what you’re shooting for.