Samsung today unveiled a new addition to its Samsung DualView line, the DV300F. The Samsung DV300F has a 1.5" front facing LCD screen that helps ensure users are capturing the most challenging shots, a Child Mode displays an animation to keep little ones focused, and the visual Self Timer makes it easy to put oneself in the picture. Here is more info:
The DV300F is the first DualView model to offer Wi-Fi connectivity. The camera's built-in Wi-Fi connectivity enables users to email their images or upload them to social media sites including Facebook, Picasa, Flickr and YouTube. In addition, images saved onto the camera's microSD memory card, can be saved to a home PC without wires, by using the Auto PC Backup function. Cloud services, including Samsung's AllShare Play and Microsoft SkyDrive, allows users to store and share their precious pictures from anywhere.
For consumers on the lookout for sophisticated design and premium quality, the latest model comes in several shimmering metallic colors, including mock black, silver, navy and red. The new DualView camera features a sleek, seamless, and rounded form factor for ultimate style without compromising ease of use and image quality. The DV300F boasts an impressive 16 Megapixels, 5x optical zoom and 25mm wide-angle lens to capture all the action, even from a distance.
The DV300F includes more features such as Magic Frame that includes 12 fun background templates, as well as the ability to create poster-quality art, perfect for sharing or hanging. The camera's Picture-in-Picture function lets users insert one image within another. With the Split Shot feature, users can merge up to three different images to create their very own artistic masterpiece! Pictures can even be imported from other cameras.
The new Artistic Brush feature can instantly take a portrait, landscape shot or even a movie clip and transform it into a black and white or full color sketch just like an artist would! Users can then show off their artistic creation via the camera's LCD, or by simply uploading their creation to social networking sites.
Finally, the model includes the new Motion Photo feature. Similar to the latest Hollywood blockbuster, users can freeze time around a moving subject for dramatic effect.