Samsung has new DualView cameras for the masses
Samsung Electronics made quite a splash with its DualView cameras some time ago, and has recently expanded its family of DualView devices with another two models – we’re talking about the 14.2-megapixel ST600 and ST100. Both models aim to continue where the successful TL225 and TL220 left off, delivering a stylish design, a full-range of smart and easy-to-use features, as well as Samsung’s now famous and revolutionary dual LCD technology. The ST600 and ST100 will be the new flagship models for the DualView camera family, where both of them have received an upgrade to the front LCD displays that can be activated using a mere tap. Its LCD display size has also increased to 1.8″ compared to its predecessor’s 1.5″ display.
The Samsung ST600 will come in a purple shade, while the ST100 will be pink in color as seen above. Both of them will come encased in a slim and sleek compact frame complete with a metallic finish that will definitely help you stand out from the crowd. You will find a high-quality Schneider KREUZNACH lens on both models, where it supports Optical and Digital Image Stabilization which will help you snap blur-free images under most conditions. The ST600 will sport a powerful 27mm wide-angle focal length with a 5x optical zoom, while the ST100 boasts the virtue of being the first Samsung DualView digital camera that will come with an internal, 5x optical zoom which helps keep the design chic and small with a 35mm focal-length.
Apart from that, the new ST600 and ST100 will come with Samsung’s Smart Auto (Still & Movie) scene recognition technology, letting you take out the guesswork when it comes to snapping a great looking photo or video. Smart Auto (Still & Movie) will analyze key elements of the composition, ranging from color to brightness, motion and subject, while picking out the appropriate scene mode which will produce the best results. A self-portrait mode and couples mode also comes in handy, where the latter requires two faces tilted toward each other before it snaps a photo. Both models will hit the market this September, with the ST600 and ST100 retailing for $329.99 and $349.99, respectively.