Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Samsung's WiFi-enabled SH100 shoots in 14.2MP, uses your Android as a viewfinder

Engadget posted a review of Samsung SH100 Wi-Fi camera.
Here is the link:

WiFi cameras are hardly anything new, but there are a few features on this Samsung SH100 that caught our attention. For one, this 14.2 megapixel imager lets you use your Android smartphone -- Galaxy S is specifically mentioned here -- a "real time" remote viewfinder and trigger over WiFi! Additionally, users will also benefit from the camera's DLNA and wireless PC sync capabilities. While this sounds all awesome, we'll have to wait until March before our wallets take a $199.99 damage. Full spec sheet after the break.

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