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Samsung Introduces EX2F Smart Camera

Along the line of the latest compact cameras, Samsung has recently announced their new product EX2F “smart camera”.  The Samsung EX2F is the company’s brand new point and shoot model which claims to have the fastest lens compared to any compact digital camera in the market.  It features 12.4 Megapixels imaging, wide 3-inch screen, Full HD movie capability, and smart options which the user can enjoy convenient internet connectivity in this compact camera model.

Source: examiner.com

The most impressive feature that Samsung boasts about the EX2F is its impressive capability to adjust to different light situations.  It does not take a professional photographer to know how essential light is to photography.

The Samsung EX2F is equipped with a fast f/1.4-2.7 optic lens that resembles the 35mm film equivalent of 24-80mm range.  Its user will be able to shoot even at the dark that exceeds the usual capacity of the previous compact cameras in the market.  The ISO sensitivity can be adjusted as high as 12,800.  Thus, better quality of photos even at nighttime.

Moreover, the Samsung EX2F allows full manual control that an enthusiastic photographer can truly enjoy.  The camera has external buttons, dials, and control rings which basically provides convenience to the shooter.  Shooting RAW images and full HD videos are also made possible.  And as to answer the current trend in the society, the Samsung EX2F has enhanced Internet connectivity with its WiFi feature. Indeed this “smart camera” makes it easy to share and send photos.

The Samsung EX2F is set to hit the market by August 2012 at a suggested retail price of $550.

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About Melivea Melgazo

My constant exuberance to traveling and fascination to nature are the reasons why I love photography. Not everyone has the same definition of beauty and that is how photography permits an individualized form of expression. I believe my forte is landscape photography.
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