Samsung’s latest ST80 digital camera not only claims to capture good quality photos and videos, but with built-in wireless connectivity, users can now share their pics with friends and family easily.
Samsung has unveiled their new ST80, a 14.2-megapixel point-and-shoot camera that comes with wireless technologies including Wi-Fi and Samsung’s AllShare (DNLA) connectivity.
Available in charcoal black, white, fuchsia pink and mint blue, the ST80 features 3x optical zoom, 3-inch wide touchscreen and is capable of HD video recording at 720p resolution, H.264 format.
With Samsung’s “Smart Crop” feature, user can crop images and straighten them easily. The manufacturer also included Smart Auto (Still & Movie) scene recognition technology that can automatically select the appropriate settings at any situation for best results.
The ST80’s wireless connectivity allows users to upload or share digital images or videos with others directly from the camera without the need of a PC. In addition, with Samsung’s AllShare technology, you can sync the ST80 wirelessly to popular DLNA-compliant (Digital Living Network Alliance) devices on the network like HDTVs and digital photo frames.
Source: Korea Newswire