You can share any special moment or exciting info on the move. Send photos by uploading to Facebook, Picasa and more or email directly from the camera. You can also upload videos to YouTube then sit back to wait for the raves. The SH100 keeps you connected.
The Samsung SH100’s Smart Touch interface makes operation as easy as using a touchscreen smartphone. Familiar “drag and scroll” functionality on the 3.0” Wide-Touch LCD puts full power at your fingertips. Plus, the camera’s menu features a “Home” selection so you can easily return to the home screen, no matter what you’re doing. The latest LCD technology displays rich, crisp images so you can shoot in virtually any light.
The unique Magic Frame feature creates sophisticated images and poster-quality visuals that express your mood and personality. Magic Frame uses a predefined template to merge two photos into one. Just select a background and the area where you want the other photo. Place the captured image into the background and combine. The image you attach takes on the texture of the background for one-of-a-kind effects. It’s that simple.
Record movies in the palm of your hand. With HD Movie you can capture video in 1280 x 720p resolution at 30 frames per second.
Smart Auto 2.0 (still and video) – Captures the perfect shot by first analyzing key composition elements and then selecting from 17 different photo and 4 different movie modes: Portrait, Night Portrait, Backlight Portrait, Macro Portrait, Night, Backlight, Landscape, White, Natural Green, Blue Sky, Sunset, Macro, Macro Text (with grid), Macro Color, Tripod, Action, Fireworks.
Your camera does the work for you by detecting and adjusting the lighting on up to nine different faces at one time, automatically shooting the subjects when they laugh or smile, and prohibiting the shot from happening if any eyes are closed.
When shooting in low light, zooming in on a shot, or when your camera is unsteady, Digital Image Stabilization helps eliminate blurry results. This feature stabilizes your photos by changing their path to the image sensor before they are recorded digitally. Your photos come out sharp and ideally focused.
Color of the casing of the camera.
Amount of pixels in a camera's chip that detect light and contribute to the final image.
Technology that minimizes or prevents blurred images due to unwanted camera shake.
How images and data are stored when uploaded to a computer or printed directly from camera.
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