Samsung to release EX2F Camera with WiFi and F1.4
Samsung has announced a new digital camera on its EX series. The new camera is EX2F and is successor to the EX1 with F1.8 lens. The new Samsung EX2F is also coming with WiFi functionality so snap and share with your friends and family is so easy. The Samsung EX2F is more portable with light weight body that hosts all of these features in it.
The Samsung EX2F is coming with a a 12.4-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS, and features 3-inch AMOLED swivel display, F1.4 lens, A 3.3x optical zoom, ISO 80 to 3200 (12800 extended) and HDMI connectivity. The Samsung EX2F can shoot at 1080/30p Full HD videos as well as capturing stills simultaneously using the Dual Capture feature.
The camera also features WiFi Direct for point-to-point transfers, and Samsung’s Mobile Link app that is used on Android Smartphones as remote viewfinder, trigging shots while away from the EX2F itself. With WiFi connectivity you can make Auto Backup to a PC or save to the Cloud. In addition, sharing to social networking sites such as Facebook or Picasa is easy – or send via email. There are also accessories like external mic and a secondary flash.
Samsung hasn’t announced the price and release date for the EX2F camera, but expected to be released soon.