Samsung Announces DualView DV300F Wi-Fi Camera

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Samsung Announces DualView DV300F Wi-Fi CameraSamsung has announced a new addition to their popular DualView point-and-shoot camera family, which all have LCD displays on the front and back for easy self-portrait photos. The Samsung DualView DV300F has 1.5-inch LCD on the front and a 3-inch LCD display on the back of the camera. It has a 16-megapixel sensor, 5x 25-125mm wide-angle optical zoom lens, 720p HD video and it’s the first DualView camera to have Wi-Fi connectivity. With a Wi-Fi connection, DV300F users will be able to post photos directly from the camera to Facebook and other social networking sites, e-mail photos and even save to their Home computer without having to plug in to a USB port. The Samsung DualView DV300F also includes fun creative features like Magic Frame, Picture-in-Picture, Split Shot, which combines up to three photos into one; Artistic Brush, which converts photos to black-and-white or colored sketches; and “similar to the latest Hollywood blockbuster,” Motion Photo, which “can freeze time around a moving subject for dramatic effect.”

The Samsung DualView DV300F digital camera will be available in March in a variety of colors, including red, blue, black and silver. The suggested retail price for the DV300F is US $199.

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