Monday, June 10, 2013

Samsung Galaxy Digital Camera Review

 Samsung has inevitable that the company would bring its Android know-how to a full-fledged digital camera. Samsung Galaxy Digital Camera not only boasts the speed and smooth operation of Google's Android 4.1 platform (Jelly Bean), but also includes both Wi-Fi and either 3G or 3G/4G wireless data connectivity.

For its photo-taking capabilities, the Samsung Galaxy Camera far outpaces what's offered in your typical smartphone, providing a 16.3-megapixel BSI CMOS sensor, a 21x f/2.8-5.9 lens that delivers a 23-483mm equivalent range, optical image stabilization, Full HD 1080p video (30fps) and a huge 4.8-inch LCD Super Clear Touch Display.
The most exciting about the Samsung Galaxy Camera is its ability to save and share your photos to the cloud and on your social networks the moment you take them, via the Auto Cloud Backup and Share Shot feature. You can also connect the Galaxy Camera to a range of other Samsung Galaxy devices via Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi with Dual Band and Channel Bonding, or 3G/4G .

Like any Android-based device, Samsung Galaxy Digital Camera lets your browse the web and download a host of apps for both work and play. It comes with both Google's Play store, and 
Samsung's S Suggest application.

Samsung Galaxy Digital Camera comes with built-in memory -- the amount varies depending on your version, with 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB variants available. Many of Samsung Galaxy Digital
Camera's features are aimed at making it easier for photo novices to take, edit and manage pictures with ease. Samsung Galaxy Digital Camera's Smart Pro mode -- analogous to the Scene mode found on many cameras -- has 15 different options that configure the camera appropriately for preset photographic scenarios, ranging from Macro to Action Freeze.

Pros: Powerful zoom lens; Fast processor; Huge and bright display; Modern Android operating system; Vast selection of available apps.

Cons: Large, heavy body; Expensive price tag; 3G/4G data plan adds to cost; Sedate performance; Image quality doesn't compare well to other similarly sized / priced cameras.



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