Samsung announces EX2F SMART camera
It seems to me that Wi-Fi connectivity in digital cameras these days seem to be an in-demand feature. It makes perfect sense, really, especially when you have GBs of photos as well as videos to transfer over to your computer, why not rely on a wireless connection to get the job done instead of wasting precious minutes hunting down that ever wayward cable? Not only does it reduce the clutter around your workspace, it also looks a whole lot neater. Before I rant on to another topic altogether, let us see what is the main reason for this story – the Samsung EX2F digital camera that will come with Wi-Fi connectivity (which we will talk about in greater detail later), where it will target the prosumer class of users.
First of all, the Samsung EX2F might seem to be a compact camera with its $499.99 price tag, but don’t be fooled by its outward appearance. For starters, it will boast of a bright f/1.4 lens for premium image quality and performance, continuing the good work of its predecessor, the TL500. Those who want to up their game in the world of digital photography will definitely find the inclusion of full manual controls a boon, where the entire get up comes in a strong yet lightweight magnesium body.
It does seem to be an option for professional photographers who want something more portable than a dSLR, and yet can shoot above average images. The Samsung EX2F is said to excel in dim atmospheres with its 1/1.7” 12-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, where accompanying the full manual control would be Aperture and Shutter Priority modes. There is a Dual Dial and front wheel keys so that photographers are able to quickly and easily adjust exposure for effortless manual control.
Last but not least, there is the 3-inch Swivel AMOLED display that makes it ideal to line up shots from a creative angle, and you can view your images under virtually any lighting conditions, now how about that? Throw in Dual Optical and Digital Image Stabilization (OIS and DIS) to the mix, and you have quite the pocket rocket there in terms of digital cameras for shoppers on a budget.