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Six new digital cameras were unveiled by Samsung at CES 2011. At first we will look at three slim compacts WB700, ST700 and SH100.
is an ultra-slim 24X zoom camera that packs professional features into a pocket-sized camera. It has a 24mm ultra-wide Schneider Kreuznach lens and a 24X zoom function, which consists of an 18X optical zoom and 1.3X Smart Zoom. Fine detail can be captured with the camera's 16-megapixel CCD sensor. WB700a can record in 720p high definition video. The WB700 replaces the HZ35W and HZ30W compact megazooms. I'm guessing GPS didn't work out well for Samsung as it's axed that feature from the WB700. It will retail for $299 and will be available in April.
The DualView ST700 is equipped with a 1.8-inch front display, the largest ever undertaken in the lineup.Front screen model ST700 complements the main screen with a widescreen 3-inch. The touch screen on the rear panel is different sharp picture and optimized management through a new proprietary interface Smart Access UI. The camera is also equipped with a 16.1 megapixel sensor and the light-sensitive 26-mm wide angle lens with a 5-fold zoom lens - making it the most technically advanced 2View camera to date. Hitting the market in March, the device will sell for $279.99
The SH100 is a point-and-shoot that camera enabled with Wi-Fi for connectivity and convenience. It could be linked via Wi-Fi to an Android-powered Samsung Galaxy phone, and its user can even remotely activate the shutter, which is great. The camera will retail for $199 and will be available in March...