Samsung EX2F Smart Camera by langit18


									So we have smart cars as well as smart phones (and in some instances,
smart windows as well on select buildings!), but how about a smart
camera? Seriously, cameras could not come any more smarter than they
already are at this point in time, don’t you think so? After all, how
difficult is it to point and shoot at a particular subject, and with the
kind of lenses and modern day performance, you know for sure whatever
your DSLR or Micro Four Thirds shooter picks up, it is going to be the

Well, Samsung intends to improve on the digital camera front with their
latest smart camera known as the Samsung EX2F, where their latest model
is said to be the world’s brightest compact camera lens with F1.4
aperture, and will also be part of its growing collection of Wi-Fi-
enabled Smart Cameras. It will continue where the Samsung EX1 with F1.8
lens left off, where this new model was specially engineered to deliver
super-bright photography.

What stands out in particular would be its F1.4 lens that clearly makes
this the brightest in any compact camera. Not only that, you can also
store and share images remotely using Wi-Fi connectivity. Those who are
more serious and are thinking about taking the next step can always check
out the Full Manual Controls which is featured in a strong but
lightweight body. DLSR owners who want something more portable to shoot
images at impromptu moments would definitely want to consider getting the
Samsung EX2F as part of their stable of extra devices.

Other hardware specifications include the ability to capture 1080/30p
movies in Full HD quality complete with stereo sound, so that you are
able to enjoy playback later on a Full HDTV. The EX2F will also snap 12-
megapixel stills while shooting video simultaneously, where this is made
possible thanks to the Dual Capture feature, making sure you will no
longer lose a single precious moment down the road. There is also a 3.0”
Swivel AMOLED display that helps you line out great looking shots, while
all your captured photos can be stored on its SDXC/SDHC memory card slot.

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