Samsung DV300F DualView Digital Camera Comes with Wi-Fi

Samsung DV300F DualView Digital Camera Wi-FiSamsung’s DualView digital cameras currently had a great and convenient front-facing LCD screen for convenient self-portraits. For this year, the latest DualView digital camera gets a new feature: a built-in Wi-Fi.

Incorporating Wi-Fi to the Samsung’s DV300F allows the digital camera to upload pics and vids to YouTube, Flickr, Facebook, and Picasa. Furthermore, pictures can even be wirelessly moved to a home Computer and also to cloud storage services like Microsoft SkyDrive.

The digital camera itself features 5x optical zoom, 16-mp image resolution, and a 25mm wide-angle lens. Aside from the dual LCD screens, the camera comes with several picture layouts and image adjustment features.

Incorporating Wi-Fi is really a worth it comfort – one that narrows down the characteristics gap in between point-and-shoot camera such as the DV300F and smartphones, that have become the easy option for easy and quick photography for several people.

Hopefully, the DV300F can provide much better build quality and low-light photo efficiency compared to last DualView design 2011’s Samsung DualView TL205, which CNET evaluated.

The Samsung DualView DV300F is said to be availble in March 2012 starting at $199.


  1. January 4, 2012 at 6:50 pm

    I 1st time saw this latest digital camera made by Samsung here.Dual view and wi-fi support make it different from other out there.%x zoom is not bad at all.Ultimately one more good creation by Samsung.

  2. January 31, 2012 at 8:17 pm

    I am yet to try any cameras manufactured by Samsung. Cannon has been the trusted brand for me over the years. But now the time has come when I am open to experiment with the other cameras too. In that case these guides are going to help me immensely.

  3. February 3, 2012 at 5:32 pm

    Samsung’s all products covering the markets most of the share.Everyone accepting the products weather it mobile technology of else electrical and electronic products.It happen by long vision and implementation of advanced technology.

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