Samsung WB2200F SMART Camera
Over the last few years, the Korean technology powerhouse entered just about every product segment you can think of and cameras were one of them. Unsurprisingly, they have really gone all out to prove that they can be top players in the digital imaging scene and have released quite a few innovative cameras along the way. As a testament that their cameras aren’t just designed for casual photographers, they went ahead and brought out the WB2200F SMART camera.
Known as a Super Bridge Long Zoom camera, the WB2200F features an insane 60x optica! zoom that will bring photographers closer to their subjects without having to move. Other than the 60x optical zoom, this camera also features a 20mm Ultra Wide-Angle lens and 16-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor that promises to produce images with accurate colours and rich details. It is also capable of recording Full HD 1080p 30p videos, which can be easily viewed on the 3.0-inch hVGA LCD screen.
Another very unique thing about the camera is its dual-grip design that not only gives it a very professional appearance but also makes it very comfortable to hold. Much like other Samsung Smart cameras that came before it, it also comes with a slew of SMART modes that easily sets the camera to the best settings for different types of shots and subjects.
Being a SMART camera, the WB2200F also comes with the latest SMART Camera 3.0 connectivity features such as NFC and Wi-Fi. One of the newest features is the ‘Tag & Go’ feature that enables the camera to connect to a smartphones just by touching.
Canon PowerShot N100
As one of the leading brands in cameras. Canon doesn’t just focus on their DSLRs and has produced some very good point-and-shoots that are affordable, portable and produce great images. Noticing the trend of selfies and users shooting in unique angles and perspectives. Canon released the PowerShot N that was design to meet these needs of casual users. So after a year. Canon has finally released a successor to the PowerShot N, the PowerShot N100.
While the PowerShot N didn’t really come with a traditional digital camera form factor, the N100 comes in a design that resembles some of their older digital cameras. In its svelte little body, the N100 houses a 12.1-megapixel High Sensitivity CMOS sensor, the latest DIGIC 6 processor, a 5x optical zoom 24mm Wide-Angle f/1.8 lens that enables it to produce stunning image quality. Since it is now a norm when it comes to digital cameras, it can also record high-quality Full HD 1080p videos.
One of the main selling points of the PowerShot N100 like the device that came before it, is the three-inch capacitive touch, tilt LCD panel that enables users to capture images at unique angles, up to 90-degrees. Other neat features include the Dual Capture mode that creates a picture-in-picture effect by simultaneously capture a subject in the framed shot while a rear-facing sub camera, takes an image or video of the photographer.
Of course, the PowerShot N100 comes with a slew of connectivity options such as Mobile Device Direct Connect Button, Wi-Fi and NFC.